Welding stainless remains complicated. Besides paying close attention to heating and cooling the stainless, the filler metal must be properly matched to the base metal with electrodes of the same grade.
Filler metal selection is critical to maintain the integrity of the final weldment. Here is a review of their general properties that can help you determine which filler metal is ideal for the job.
These tips may involve an investment of time, effort and resources, but they can pay off in the long run for welding operations that use a variety of welding processes and equipment.
The time and energy it takes to make the conversion from smaller-diameter wire to a larger one could save countless hours and improve quality. Here are several initial steps that are necessary to make the conversion.
Here are some tips on how to maintain exceptional cleanliness, select the right filler metal and employ the correct welding preparations to remove the oxide layer on the surface of the material.
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“It’s the tie that binds” celebrates the journey from the filler metals customers use to the relationships developed on the journey to find the right filler metal solution.
The new Robotic Welding Cell Rental Program allows end users to test automation in their own welding operation before purchasing equipment, minimizing risk and barriers regarding capital expenditures, and helping businesses meet short-run production demands.
Designed specifically for toughness in critical applications, these new flux-cored wire solutions meet the most unforgiving demands of shipbuilding and offshore fabrication.
ESAB offers two wires in its series of flux-cored welding consumables: Dual Shield II 4130 SR and Dual Shield II 70-Ni1 H4.
Premium UltraCore gas-shielded flux-cored wire from Lincoln Electric creates a tough weld that stands up to temperature extremes, corrosive saltwater, constant moisture and other adverse conditions, while exceeding demanding industry requirements.