Flux cored arc welding, Mechanical Engineering

Flux Cored Arc Welding

Single Pass F illet Welds upto (8.0 mm) maximum and groove welds made with a single pass or a single pass each side, may be made using an E70T-X electrode. For electro slag and electro gas welding of exposed, bare, unpainted applications of ASTM A 242 and A 588 steel requiring weld metal with atmospheric corrosion resistance and coloring characteristics similar to that of the base metal. The electrode flux combination shall be in accordance with all weld metal Tension test requirements and the chemical composition shall conform to one of the filler metals.

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