GMAW ER50-6N 0.030" Mild Steel Mig Welding Wire 0.8 Mm 5kg 10kg
Contact Person : Kevin Yin
|Minimum Order Quantity :||one pallet||Price :||USD 1|
|Packaging Details :||Neutral box/ LT color box/OEM brand box||Delivery Time :||15 WORKING DAYS|
|Supply Ability :||1,200,000 TON PER YEAR|
|Place of Origin:||CHINA||Brand Name:||LONGTENG|
|Certification:||TUV CE, ABS, DB, ISO9001||Model Number:||ER70S-6 (ER50-6N)|
|Product Name:||CO2 Gas Shielded Welding Wire ER70S-6||Model:||ER70S-6|
|Spool Material:||Black Plastic Spool||Packing:||Color Box|
|OEM:||Accept||Diameter Of Spool:||100/200/270/300mm|
Mild Steel Mig Welding Wire,
1.0Mm Mig Welding Wire,
Cooper plating steel mig wire
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Features and Applications:
Steel construction and machinery production
Welding of ships, boiler tanks, pipe parts
Welding of thin walled steels
Thin sheet welding in automotive industry
Perfect smooth feedability, perfect welding characteristics
Shielding gases: MAG; Ar+CO2 mix gases, TIG; %100 Ar gas can be used
LT·ER50-6 Conform to Standard :
GB/T 8110 ER50-6
AWS A5.18 ER70S-6
Flux-Core vs. Solid MIG Welding Wire
There are two primary types of MIG welding wire – flux-core and solid MIG welding wire.
Flux-core wire is a metal electrode that contains a “flux compound” inside the electrode. When the wire melts and reacts with the welding arc, this forms a gas that protects the weld from oxygen, which can cause defects in the weld. This means that no shielding gas is required for this type of wire – though in some cases, shielding gas may be used alongside flux-core wire for even more protection.
In contrast, solid wire electrodes are exactly what they sound like – large reels of solid metal wire that do not contain any flux. This means they must be used with shielding gas. The most common shielding gas is 75% argon and 25% carbon dioxide. The welding gun delivers a steady stream of gas from a container, which surrounds the electrode and weld area to prevent oxidation and defects in the weld.
Depending on the application, both kinds of MIG welding wire (solid and flux-core) can be made from a variety of materials including aluminum, stainless steel, copper, and silver, to name just a few.
Mechanical Properties of Deposited Metal
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