Welding Electrodes minimize cracking and corrosion.

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SelectAlloy 307T0-3 contains weld metal composition of 21% chromium, 10% nickel, 4% manganese, and 1% molybdenum and is utilized to weld armor plate as well as join carbon and low alloy steels to SS. It is also suited for surfacing or welding over gaps. Composed of 20% chromium, 10% nickel, and 0.7% columbium, SelectAlloy 347T0-3 is designed to weld Types 321, 347, and 348 SS. Self-shielded, flux-cored, austenitic SS electrodes are available in .045, 1/16, and 3/32 in. dia. units.



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New Austenitic, Self-Shielded, Stainless Steel Electrodes from Select-Arc



Fort Loramie, OH - Select-Arc, Inc. has introduced two self-shielded, flux cored, austenitic stainless steel electrodes that are designed to reduce cracking and improve corrosion resistance.

SelectAlloy 307T0-3 (E307T0-3) contains a nominal weld metal composition of 21% chromium, 10% nickel, 4% manganese and 1% molybdenum. It is utilized to weld armor plate as well as join carbon and low alloy steels to austenitic stainless steels and for the cladding of carbon steels. This electrode produces a well washed bead and a globular arc transfer with low spatter and is ideal for surfacing or welding over gaps. SelectAlloy 307T0-3's relatively high manganese content helps reduce the chances of cracking in dissimilar metal welding.

SelectAlloy 347T0-3 (E347T0-3) is composed of 20% chromium, 10% nickel and 0.7% columbium. The columbium forms a stable carbide which reduces chromium carbide precipitation and makes the weld metal more resistant to intergranular corrosion. This electrode features the same welding characteristics as SelectAlloy 307T0-3 and is designed to weld Types 321, 347 and 348 stainless steels and may also be used for the cladding of carbon steels.

Both electrodes are available in .045", 1/16" and 3/32" diameters.

For more information on the new SelectAlloy 307T0-3 and SelectAlloy 347T0-3, contact Select-Arc at 1-800-341-5215 or visit our website at www.select-arc.com.

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