MG Super 600 Welding Alloy 1/8″ 5 lb Box
MG Super 600 Welding Alloy
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MG Super 600 Dissimilar Welding Alloy:
The finest electrode for welding most dissimilar steels. Stainless, mild steel, cast steel, tool steel. Broken Bolts & Studs
Exceptional strength, ease of use, and ability to operate on machines with low open-circuit voltage make this the first choice for home hobbyists and maintenance welders.
Welds all types of steels without danger of cracking or breakage.
Higher Cr/Ni content than MG 600 Contains molybdenum for better mechanical properties.
Priced per pound. 5 lb package
THE STRONGEST, PROBLEM SOLVING, UNIVERSAL ELECTRODE FOR ALL STEELS
A low heat input electrode designed to produce the highest tensile welds. It can be used in all positions to produce smooth, porosity free welds without undercut or spatter.
Welding low, medium, and high alloy steels requiring the highest strength and quality. Ideal for repair of springs, carbon steels, stainless steels, and as an underlayment or buffer prior to applying hardfacing alloys. Commonly used for joining stainless steels of unknown analysis and these steels to carbon steels. Ideal for broken stud removal.
Typical Tensile Strength: as welded up to 120,000 psi (84 kg/mm2)
work hardens up to 180,000 psi (126 kg/mm2)
Typical Yield Strength: up to 90,000 psi (63 kg/mm2)
Elongation %: approx. 28
Typical Hardness (HB): approx. 300
Current: AC or DC reverse polarity (electrode+)
Prepare joint area by removing foreign material. Bevel heavy sections to form a 90° vee. Preheat high carbon steels to 400°F (204°C). Use jigs, fixtures and tack welds to maintain alignment. Hold a short arc. Stringer beads are preferred to prevent overheating. Allow to cool before removing slag. Deposits will take a high polish when subjected to wear. All welds on stainless steel should be cleaned with a stainless steel wire brush.
|Dimensions||14 x 6 x 6 in|