Atom Arc Low Hydrogen Electrodes -- ATOM ARC 7018 ACCLAIM
from ESAB Welding and Cutting Products

Features. This newest addition to the family offers the deep, penetrating arc and tough mechanical properties of the original Atom Arc 7018 with greater puddle control resulting in ease of use in out-of-position welding applications and superior arc initiation desired by many newer welders. Both... [See More]

  • Approvals / Conformance: ABS; ASME; AWS; CWB; DNV; L.R.- 3m,3Ym(H10)
  • Joining Process / Product Form: SMAW (Stick)
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Out-of-position Welding Applications and Superior Arc Initiation
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.0938 to 0.1875
Excalibur® 7018 MR
from Lincoln Electric Co. (The)

Top FeaturesPremium arc performance Square coating burn-offEasy strike and re-strikeEffortless slag removalMinimal spatter for enhanced operability and clean weld surfaceWatch the Video Typical ApplicationsMild steelPower generationPetrochemicalPressure vesselsPressure pipingWelding PositionsAll,... [See More]

  • Approvals / Conformance: ABS; ASME; AWS; CWB; DNV; ISO / EN; Lloyd's; GL, BV Grade, TUV
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Stick (SMAW) Electrode
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Mild Steel, Power Generation, Petrochemical, Pressure Vessels, Pressure Piping
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.0938 to 0.2500
Arc Weld Stud -- Arc Weld Stud - No Thread
from Southern Stud Weld, Inc.

No thread simply do not have any threads. They are used for stops, handles, location pins etc. These studs are used to anchor refractory to water walls in the power generation industry and to facilitate heat transfer in many applications. Special secondary operations such as grooving and... [See More]

  • Approvals / Conformance: ANSI 302/304
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.1870 to 1
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Weld Stud or Nut
  • Tensile Strength (UTS): 60000
Mild Alloy -- Universal 4130
from Universal Wire Works Inc.

Universal 4130 is a heat treatable low alloy steel for the welding of SAE 4100 series steels. Some of these steels, the higher carbon grades, will require a preheat of 300 to 350 degrees F. The lower carbon grades are easily welded without preheat unless the preheat is required to develop specific... [See More]

  • Approvals / Conformance: AISI 4130
  • Joining Process / Product Form: Solid wire or rod
  • Applications / Materials Joined: Steel
  • Diameter / Thickness: 0.0350 to 0.1250