- The kind of welding wireCopperized
Low carbon (or mild steel) - is a steel that contains approximately 0.05 - 0.15% of carbon. It has a relatively low tensile strength, but it is easy to form. Low alloy steel - is a steel with Ni, Cr, Mo, and other alloy elements content of less than 10.5%. It can be divided in several groups:
- high heat resistance steel (Cr-Mo steel);
- low temperature use steel (Ni steel);
- weathering steel;
- high tensile & yield strength steel.
Low carbon and low alloy steels are generally weldable and it is important to know the service, joint conguration and subgroup of the material type. They can be welded by most processes, as long as adequate precautions are taken to avoid defects. It is important to know the composition of the material, either from a mill sheet or a dedicated chemical analysis, as composition inuences weldability signicantly.
We offer gas shielded welding wires for carbon & low alloy steel applications with excellent technological properties:
- fast melting rate;
- high depositing efciency;
- little spatter and beautiful seam;
- smooth steady feeding.
|Size range, mm||Type of packing||Finish|
|0.60 - 1.60||Spool||Copper-coated, non-copper coated|
|1.00 - 5.00||Plastic box|
|2.00 - 5.00||Coil
20 - 100 kg
|0.60 - 2.00||Drum|