Electrodes

Stainless Steel Electrodes resist cracking.
Electrodes

Stainless Steel Electrodes resist cracking.

Composed of nominal weld metal compositions of 30% chromium, 9% nickel, and 0.1% carbon, SelectAlloy 312 and SelectAlloy 312-C produce 2-phase weld metal with substantial ferrite in austenitic matrix. Flux-cored SelectAlloy 312 welds dissimilar metals such as carbon steels to stainless steels high in nickel, while metal-cored SelectAlloy 312-C welds dissimilar metals at elevated speeds. Both...

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Arcos Covered Stainless Steel Electrodes Weld Hardenable Steels
Electrodes

Arcos Covered Stainless Steel Electrodes Weld Hardenable Steels

Mount Carmel, PA ---Arcos Industries, LLC offers two covered stainless steel electrodes that are specially designed to weld dissimilar joints and hardenable steels. Arcos 309H is utilized for welding similar alloys in wrought or cast form, dissimilar metals such as joining Type 304 to carbon steel, and the clad side to Type 304 clad steels. This electrode is well suited for joining Type 304...

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Sensorex to Feature Calomel Free pH Electrodes, Free Chlorine and Chlorine Dioxide Sensors at Pittcon 2011
Gas and Chemical Sensors / Detectors

Sensorex to Feature Calomel Free pH Electrodes, Free Chlorine and Chlorine Dioxide Sensors at Pittcon 2011

See Us At Pittcon 2011, March 13-18, Atlanta, Booth 1829 Garden Grove, CA- Attendees at Pittcon 2011 will want to stop by Exhibit Booth 1829 to learn more about Sensorex's advanced sensor technology, with demonstrations featuring the advanced Calomel Free pH Electrode, FCL Series Free Chlorine Sensor and CLD Series Chlorine Dioxide Sensor. Calomel Free pH Electrode The Sensorex Calomel Free pH...

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Stainless Steel Electrodes resist intergranular corrosion.
Electrodes

Stainless Steel Electrodes resist intergranular corrosion.

Composed of 19.5% chromium, 14% nickel, 3.5% molybdenum, and max carbon content of 0.03%, SelectAlloy 317-C handles solutions of sulfuric acid and sulfur bearing gases. SelectAlloy 347-C, designed to weld Types 321, 347, and 348 stainless steel, is suited for making small butt, lap, and fillet welds on thin material at elevated travel speeds. Both gas-shielded, metal cored electrodes are...

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Stainless Steel Electrodes target specific industrial applications.
Electrodes

Stainless Steel Electrodes target specific industrial applications.

Used to weld Type 309 stainless steel as well as join carbon and low alloy steels to austenitic stainless steels, SelectAlloy 309H-AP is composed of nominal weld metal of 24% chromium and 13% nickel with carbon content of 0.04-0.08%. SelectAlloy 309LCb-AP, with nominal weld metal composition of 23.5% chromium, 13% nickel, 0.8% columbium, and max carbon content of 0.04%, is used to overlay carbon...

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Stainless Steel Electrode produces cosmetically appealing welds.
Electrodes

Stainless Steel Electrode produces cosmetically appealing welds.

SelectAlloy 316LSi-C gas-shielded, metal cored, austenitic stainless steel electrode has augmented silicon content that improves bead wetting to produce cosmetically appealing weld. Product, composed of 19.5% chromium, 12.5% nickel, 2.5% molybdenum, and 0.8% silicon, has max carbon content of 0.03%. Molybdenum promotes resistance to pitting and creep, while degree of carbon content minimizes...

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Electrodes

H.C. Starck's Product Solutions on Display at the 71st Glass Problems Conference - Ohio State University

EUCLID, Ohio -- H.C. Starck's Molybdenum Glass Melting Electrodes (GME) on display at the 71st Glass Problems Conference at Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio on October 19-20. Molybdenum is the # 1 choice for glass melting with its exceptional properties that meet the specific requirements: mechanical, electrical, process, corrosion, and cost conditions of the glass melting process. Meet...

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Stainless Steel Electrodes suit cryogenic applications.
Electrodes

Stainless Steel Electrodes suit cryogenic applications.

Available in .045 in. and 1/16 in. diameters, SelectAlloy 308L-AP CRYO is composed of 18.5% chromium, 10% nickel, and max carbon content of 0.04%; while SelectAlloy 316L-AP CRYO is comprised of 17.5% chromium, 13% nickel, 2.5% molybdenum, and max 0.04% carbon content. Both gas-shielded, flux-cored electrodes produce very low spatter with optimal slag peeling, and are utilized in fabrication and...

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Stainless Steel Welding Electrodes are corrosion resistant.
Electrodes

Stainless Steel Welding Electrodes are corrosion resistant.

Arcos 320/320LR and Arcos 410 bare wire electrodes are available in 0.035 to 3/16 in. dia and covered versions in diameters from 3/32 to 3/16 in. Utilized for pipe welding, 320/320LR produces high purity weld deposit and reduces weld metal fissuring while maintaining corrosion resistance. Composed of 12% chromium alloy, 410 electrodes are suited for welding alloys of similar composition and for...

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Metal Cored Electrode suits high-temperature piping systems.
Electrodes

Metal Cored Electrode suits high-temperature piping systems.

Available in 0.045 and 1/16 in. dia, SelectAlloy 16-8-2-C is designed for welding 16-8-2, 316, and 347 grades of stainless steel in high temperature piping systems. It is composed of 15.5% chromium, 8.5% nickel, and 1.5% molybdenum and operates with smooth, spray arc transfer, producing no spatter. Due to its ductility properties, wire is suited for welding cat crackers, furnace parts, and...

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