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Submerged arc welding with cored wires

ESAB Group : 25 June, 2007  (New Product)
A new four page guide from ESAB, Submerged arc welding with cored wires, contains considerable technical information.
It starts with the premise that when compared with solid wires, the cored wire will result in fewer passes to complete a welded part as well as increased welding speeds and here a typical example occurs in fillet welding.

One table presents classifications and approvals for ESAB cored wires while the Selection Table covers OK Tubrod/OK Flux SAW combinations, Mild and medium tensile steels, low temperature steels, high tensile steels, creep resistant steels and high dilution applications are all covered. A graph shows deposition rates for OK Tubrod versus solid wire and welding parameters and CVN properties for OK Tubrod 15.24/OK Flux 10.62 are detailed.

Fillet welding technical details are included and examples of fillet welding are illustrated. The ESAB range of cored wire/flux packages comprises combinations to suit many applications within different industries and examples of these are demonstrated.
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