Press Release Summary:
Suited for offshore, pressure vessel, shipbuilding, and structural fabrication industries, LincolnweldÂ® 888(TM) flux meets AWS H4 requirements for low diffusible hydrogen levels under 4 mL/100 g of weld metal. Designed for low alloy and mild steel as-welded and stress relieved applications, it can handle up to 5 welding arcs. Available in moisture resistant packaging, unit can remove slag from deep grooves and narrow gaps, and has cap-pass impact properties.
Original Press Release:
Lincolnweld® 888(TM) Flux Reengineered for Excellent Multi-Arc Operation-up to Five Arcs
o Enhanced cap-pass impact properties
o Meets AWS H4 requirements for low diffusible hydrogen levels
o Delivers easy deep groove slag removal
Cleveland - The Lincoln Electric Company has reengineered its Lincolnweld® 888(TM) flux for excellent operation in critical multi-arc welding applications typical of the offshore, pressure vessel, shipbuilding and structural fabrication industries.
The flux is specifically designed for low alloy and mild steel as-welded and stress relieved applications. It is engineered to handle up to five welding arcs and has optimal slag removal from deep grooves and narrow gaps.
Lincolnweld 888 flux is classified to meet AWS H4 requirements for low diffusible hydrogen levels - under 4 mL/100 grams of weld metal. It yields excellent cap-pass impact properties and features improved packaging for enhanced moisture resistance.
This product is available at local welding distributors. Or, call (888) 355-3213 or visit www.lincolnelectric.com to obtain Bulletin C5.10.2 to learn more about the Lincolnweld 888 flux.
The Lincoln Electric Company, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc-welding systems, plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment and has a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market.
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