Product News: Welding Equipment & Supplies

Flux Cored Electrode suits stress-relieved applications.

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September 10, 2013 - Delivering smooth, stable arc, Select 7000-SR is designed for welding carbon and certain low alloy steels where optimal mechanical properties are required in both as-welded and stress-relieved conditions. Gas-shielded, flux cored, all-position electrode has low spatter emission and fast freezing slag. Available in .045, .052, and 1/16 in. diameters, Select 7000-SR is suitable for welding vessels, piping, and other applications demanding low temperature toughness before and after stress relieving.

Select-Arc, Inc.

P. O. Box 259, Fort Loramie, OH, 45845-0259, USA

Original Press Release

Select-Arc Introduces Low Temperature Toughness Electrode for Stressed-Relieved Applications

Press release date: September 3, 2013

Fort Loramie, OH – Select-Arc, Inc. offers a new gas-shielded, flux cored electrode specially designed for welding carbon and certain low alloy steels where excellent mechanical properties are required in both the as-welded and stress-relieved conditions.

Select 7000-SR is an all position electrode that delivers a smooth, stable arc with good drive. It has a low spatter emission and a fast freezing slag, which removes easily and cleanly. The deep penetrating characteristic of this electrode dramatically reduces lack of fusion.

Select 7000-SR features the unique capability to maintain good toughness and low hardness after long term stress relief. This electrode is a superb choice for the welding of vessels, piping and other specialized applications demanding good low temperature toughness before and after stress relieving.

Select 7000-SR is available in .045”, .052” and 1/16” diameters.

For more information on the new Select 7000-SR nickel-based electrode, contact Select-Arc at 1-800-341-5215 or visit our website at www.select-arc.com.

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