Nikko Steel Kawat Las Elektroda For Maintenance Welding NSG

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1. MANUFACTURERS OF A DIVERSE RANGE OF ADVANCED WELDING CONSUMABLES SECTION 10 NSG FLUX COATED MMA ELECTRODE FOR GOUGING ALL METALS DATA SHEET NO. 153 SPECIFICATION CLASSIFICATION NO NATIONAL SPECIFICATIONS PRODUCT DESCRIPTION A unique flux coating high in organic materials extruded onto a mild steel core wire with a blend of silicates that ensures coating strength. The flux also contains arc stabilising elements. GOUGING FEATURES OF THE ELECTRODE The electrode functions AC and DC producing a strong arc surrounded by a powerful gas plasma. The strong arc melts the metal and the gas plasma blows it away leaving a clean gouge corresponding to the outside diameter of the electrode used. APPLICATIONS AND MATERIALS GOUGED Gouging mild steel, stainless steel, cast irons, nickel based alloys. To assist weld preparation or back gouging when welding from both sides. Removal of worn hard facing deposits. Stress relieving grooves in cast irons etc. Removing weld defect, cracks etc. WELD SLAG No residual slag is evident, only a porous sintered dross which is readily removable. GOUGE APPEARANCE The gouge is smooth and internally clean. The dross covers only the groove edges and the gouge itself. May be welded directly by manual electrodes if TIG and MIG is to be used. The gouge should be pre-ground. WELDING AMPERE AC or DC+ ∅ (mm) 3.2 4.0 5.0 MIN 150 230 290 MAX 200 270 330 OTHER DATA Electrodes that have become damp should be re-dried at 100 o C for 30 minutes WI-0304 DS153 NSG Rev. 1, Date 01.06.2010


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