Stainless Steel Electrodes handle high temperatures.

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Bare wire Arcos 310 is designed to deliver high temperature oxidation resistance up to 2,100°F, making it suited for welding in chemical processing and nuclear power plants as well as for furnace and heat treatment equipment. Covered Arcos 310, for chemical processing plants and nuclear facilities, is used to weld stainless steel of similar composition in cast and wrought form as well as surfacing low alloy steels where 310 deposit is required. Both meet military approval.



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Stainless Steel Electrodes for High Temperatures Introduced by Arcos



Date: September 30, 2008

Mount Carmel, PA - Arcos Industries, LLC now offers new bare wire and covered stainless steel electrodes, Arcos 310, which are manufactured for high temperature welding applications.

The bare wire version of Arcos 310 (ER310) is designed to deliver high temperature oxidation resistance up to 2100 degrees F. This electrode is ideal for welding in chemical processing and nuclear power plants as well as for furnace and heat treatment equipment.

The covered Arcos 310 electrode (E310) is also utilized for chemical processing plants and nuclear facilities. In addition, this wire is used to weld stainless steel of similar composition in cast and wrought form as well as surfacing low alloy steels where 310 deposit is required.

Both Arcos 310 electrodes also meet military approval.

For more information on bare wire and covered Arcos 310 electrodes, contact Arcos at (800) 233-8460 or visit the website at www.arcos.us.

Arcos Industries, LLC

One Arcos Drive

Mount Carmel, PA 17851

Phone: (800) 233-8460

Fax: (570) 339-5206

www.arcos.us

Contact: chenninger@arcos.us

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