Electrodes- inconel electrodes, Mechanical Engineering

Inconel Electrodes

These electrodes are used in the industries, like petrochemical, fertiliser, etc. The weld composition contain small percentage of alloying elements like V, Mo, Co, Cu, Mn, and Cr with remainder as Ni.

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