P92 steels have been developed as a candidate material for power plant components that operate in a temperature range of 620o-650°C. A heterogeneous microstructure formation across the P92 weldments makes the wettability of P92 steel a serious issue. The other problem that arises in P92 steel weldments is the formation of δ-ferrite due to the presence of a higher weight percentage of ferrite stabilizers such as V and Nb. as well as W and Mo. In the present work, the shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) process was utilized to prepare the P92 steel weld joints. After welding, postweld heat treatment (PWHT) was performed at 760°C for 2 h. To characterize the weld joints, room-temperature tensile tests and microhardness measurements were performed in the as-welded and PWHT conditions. The subsequent PWHT resulted in a decrease in the hardness gradient across the weldments. The PWHT resulted in enhancing the : ductility of the weld joints. © 2018 American Welding Society. All rights reserved.