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Filler Metals/Electrodes

Filler metals are alloys or pure metals that are heated to liquefy, melt and flow into the space between two close fitting parts, creating a brazed or soldered joint that meets specific requirements for strength and corrosion resistance. Welding electrodes are metal wires with baked-on chemical coatings. The rod sustains the welding arc and is the filler metal used for the joint being welded. The coating protects the metal from damage, stabilizes the arc, and improves the weld. The type of base metal being welded, the welding process and machine, and other conditions determine the type of welding electrode used.

Busted: 5 Myths About Metal-Cored Welding Wire

Metal-cored wire isn’t new, but there are often misconceptions about applications, cost, performance, strength, and workability compared to solid wire. Read on to learn how you might be missing opportunities to increase welding operation productivity for less cost.

Filler Metals/Electrodes: Articles

Busted: 5 Myths About Metal-Cored Welding Wire

Metal-cored wire isn’t new, but there are often misconceptions about applications, cost, performance, strength, and workability compared to solid wire. Read on to learn how you might be missing opportunities to increase welding operation productivity for less cost.

Metal-cored wire isn’t new, but there are often misconceptions about applications, cost,...

Wired for Success

To improve welding productivity, quality and cost savings, select the type and weight of welding wire packaging that balances out the time and cost for changing over the package with the equipment being used and the rate at which the product is consumed. Here’s how it works.

To improve welding productivity, quality and cost savings, select the type and...

Misconceptions About Filler Metal Strength

Selecting the proper filler metals for a given welding application can be difficult and confusing. To better understand what impacts filler metal strength, consider these four common misconceptions, along with guidelines to rectify them.

Selecting the proper filler metals for a given welding application can be...

Four Questions About Qualifying Wire and Advanced Wire Processes for the Jobsite

Resisting change is human nature, but change doesn’t have to be difficult. Qualifying different MIG, pulsed MIG or RMD welding procedures and processes for your jobsite is easier than you think – and a smart investment that can significantly improve productivity and save you money.

Resisting change is human nature, but change doesn’t have to be difficult....

Filler Metal Considerations for Pressure Vessels

Filler metal used in welding pressure vessels must provide the appropriate impact toughness to meet strict design temperature requirements. Let’s examine the challenges of finding filler metal combinations, along with obtaining necessary documentation or testing to support welding procedures that can meet the mechanical properties of A516 Gr 70 plate.

Filler metal used in welding pressure vessels must provide the appropriate impact...
Filler Metals/Electrodes: Products

ESAB MARATHON PAC™ ULTRA BULK PACKAGE HOLDS 22 PERCENT MORE WELDING WIRE IN A STRONGER PACKAGE

ESAB Marathon PAC

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products has introduced Marathon Pac™ Ultra, a new 1,100-lb. bulk welding wire drum, that features a robust outer box and reinforced corners for stabilizing the inner drum to prevent wire movement during shipping. Marathon Pac Ultra retains ESAB’s trademarked octagonal inner drum, known since 1989 as the industry benchmark, as well as ESAB’s reverse coiling technology to ensure that the wire comes out straight for greater process stability, less spatter and better targeting, positioning the wire at the center of the weld joint.

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products has introduced Marathon Pac™ Ultra, a new...

ESAB Launches New Series of Chrome-Molybdenum Filler Metals

ESAB, welding, filler metals

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products (Denton, TX) has introduced a new series of B3 SC electrodes and fluxes for SMAW and SAW for 2.25 percent Cr, 1 percent Mo alloyed steels, SA-387 Grade 22, A335 Grade P22, and similar materials.

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products (Denton, TX) has introduced a new series...

Cost-Effective Alternative to Thoriated Tungsten Electrodes

Comprised of three scientifically balanced oxides that promote migration and evaporation rates, Diamond Ground Products’ thorium-free Tri-Mix tungsten electrodes are a cost-effective and safe alternative to Wolfram Industries’ 2% thoriated tungsten electrodes.

Comprised of three scientifically balanced oxides that promote migration and evaporation rates,...
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