Welding Electrode eliminates cross checking.

Press Release Summary:

Available in both .045 and 1/16 in. diameters and packaged on 33 lb spools, Stoody 964 Wire can reach 64 Rockwell C hardness and not cross check when welding on mild steel, 300 Series stainless, and manganese steel alloys. Applications include farm implements, valve bodies, and trim and screw conveyors.

Original Press Release:

Amazing New High Hardness Hardfacing Wire Doesn't Cross Check

St. Louis, MO (July 18, 2006) -- Stoody's new 964 welding electrode can reach a 64 Rockwell C hardness and not cross check when welding on mild steel, 300 series stainless and manganese steel alloys. The welding wire is available in both .045 (1.2 mm) and 1/16 (1.6 mm) diameters, and is packaged on 33-pound spools.

Stoody 964 is used where cross checking is undesirable and where the user requires better operating appeal versus conventional chromium carbide alloys. Applications include farm implements, valve bodies and trim and screw conveyors. It has a U.S. patent pending.

For further information about this product, visit Stoody's website at www.stoody.com, contact Stoody at 800-426-1888, or contact your local welding distributor.

Stoody is a global leader in the design and manufacture of hardfacing and joining welding electrodes used to combat various types of wear and corrosion. Its extensive family of products includes iron, nickel, cobalt, tungsten and vanadium based alloys. Some of the major industries Stoody serves are power generation, mining, construction, railroad, steel, foundry, oil and gas production and exploration as well as the pulp and paper industry.

About Thermadyne
Thermadyne, headquartered in St. Louis, Missouri, is a leading global manufacturer and marketer of cutting and welding products and accessories under a variety of leading premium brand names including Victor®, Tweco®, Arcair®, Thermal Dynamics®, Thermal Arc® , Stoody®, Turbo Torch®, Firepower® and Cigweld®. Its common shares trade on the OTC Bulletin Board under the symbol THMD. For more information about Thermadyne, its products and services, visit the company's web site at www.Thermadyne.com.

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