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ESAB eases access to information on OK tubrod

ESAB Group : 04 October, 2001  (New Product)
A product brief giving information on the complete range of ESAB OK Tubrod cored wires is now available for quick and easy access on the ESAB UK website. The ESAB website can be reached at www.esab.co.uk. Access to the comprehensive file is gained by opening the Products section and then the Welding consumables sub-section, followed by a click on OK Tubrod cored wires product brief.
A product brief giving information on the complete range of ESAB OK Tubrod cored wires is now available for quick and easy access on the ESAB UK website.

The ESAB website can be reached at www.esab.co.uk. Access to the comprehensive file is gained by opening the Products section and then the Welding consumables sub-section, followed by a click on OK Tubrod cored wires product brief.

The opening part of the brief gives a description of the cored wire process and goes on to explain the differences between Downhand Rutile, Positional Rutile and Basic Flux Cored Wires, as well as Metal Cored and Self-Shielded Wires, with characteristics for each type.

Full details and specifications for the complete range of OK Tubrod Wires is given including classification, applications, welding data and typical weld composition, in addition to mechanical properties of weld specimens, classifications and approvals.

Guidance on shielding gases is given and includes the advantages and disadvantages for CO2 and Argon/CO2 mixtures, and the effects of O2 and He additions. Full explanations of weld metal transfer modes, necessary operating conditions, and considerations for positional welding are also included.

A sizeable section of the comprehensive 86-page file deals with welding procedure data, and includes diagrams for many types of joints in varying material thicknesses, with a list of welding parameters and mechanical properties for each joint.

The highly informative product brief also has a section on cored wire alternatives to manual metal arc, submerged arc and electrogas welding and includes a cored wire fault finding chart. Electrode consumption calculations and welding data tables for filler metal requirements conclude the file.
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