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Stick Electrodes

Products Item Number Product Description
6010
Description:

E6010 is a high cellulose coated electrode designed to provide a smooth stable arc forceful enough to achieve deep penetration into the base metal. This electrode exhibits high deposition efficiency and low spatter loss. It produces a weld puddle that wets and spreads well, yet sets up fast enough to make this electrode ideal for vertical up or vertical down welding techniques. E6010 electrodes produce a flat weld bead with coarse ripples and a thin easily removable slag. E6010 electrodes may be used in the flat, horizontal, vertical or overhead welding positions.

Applications:
E6010 electrodes are most commonly used for out-of-position welding such as field construction, ship yards, water towers, pressure vessels, pressure pipes, steel castings, plain and galvanized steel storage tanks, etc.

6011
Description:

Mild Steel Electrodes. A versatile, deep penetrating steel electrode with smooth, stable arc characteristics. It’s used for the welding of mild steels, galvanized and some low alloy steels. The coating produces a forceful, spray-type arc, resulting in deep penetrating welds. The slag is thin and easily removable.

Typical Application:
Structural, ship building and repair, rail cars, piping, pressure vessel fittings, boilers, galvanized steel, general fabrication.

6013
Description:

Mild Steel Electrodes. A versatile, deep penetrating steel electrode with smooth, stable arc characteristics. It’s used for the welding of mild steels, galvanized and some low alloy steels. The coating produces a forceful, spray-type arc, resulting in deep penetrating welds. The slag is thin and easily removable.

Typical Application:
Vehicles, ship building and repair, sheet metal, build-up of over machined and worn mild steel surfaces, general light fabrication.

7014
Description:

Mild Steel Electrodes. An all position electrode for mild and low alloy steels with an iron powder covering. The iron powder yields a high deposition rate. The welds reflect smooth beads with fine ripples. It is particularly advantageous when poor fit-up exists. The slag is easily removed, often self-lifting.

Typical Application:
Heavy sheet metal, frames, shelving, general maintenance and fabrication.

7018
Description:

Mild Steel Electrodes. A high deposition electrode for low and medium carbon steels. It is an efficient, iron powder, low hydrogen electrode with excellent mechanical properties; crack resistance; and X-ray quality welds. This electrode offers a quiet, stable, low penetration, spatter-free arc. The moderately heavy slag is easy to remove, revealing a bead with distinct ripples. Operator appeal is a plus factor.

Typical Application:
Ship hull construction, pressure vessels, boilers, piping, heavy duty equipment, general maintenance or production fabrication.

7024
Description:

E7024 is an iron powder, rutile coated electrode designed for high speed, single pass horizontal and flat fillet welding of mild steel. This electrode provides greater deposition efficiency and better physical properties than E7014 electrodes. E7024 offers a quiet stable arc and produces weld deposits with low spatter, free of undercuts and a "self-removing” slag. Bead appearance is superb. This electrode may be used with AC or DC (straight or reverse polarity).

Applications:
Ship structures, bridges, structural steels, machine bases, truck fabrication, storage tanks and rolling stocks.

8018-B2
Description:

USA 8018-B2 iron powder, low hydrogen electrodes are designed for welding ½ - 1 – ¼% chromium and ½% molybdenum alloy steels which are exposed to high pressures and temperatures. This electrode has high deposition efficiency, producing X-ray quality weld deposits that meet or exceed AWS/ASTM charpy V-notch impact requirements. USA 8018-B2 electrodes yield a smooth arc, with low spatter, a fine bead appearance and exceptional mechanical properties. USA 8018-B2 may be used with AC or DC (reverse polarity).

Applications:
USA 8018-B2 can be used for many ASTM specifications. More common applications would include steam pipes of boilers for electric power plants, equipment found in the oil refining industry, synthetic chemical plants and ships. (A335-P2, P11, A119-T11, A301-B, A217-WC6, A182-F11).

9018-B3
Description:

USA 9018-B3 is an all position, iron powder-low hydrogen electrode developed for welding 2-1/4% Cr – 1% Mo steel which is subjected to elevated temperatures such as those found in the power piping and boiler industries. This electrode has extremely high deposition efficiency, producing X-ray quality weld deposits with mechanical properties that meet or exceed AWS-ASTM requirements. USA 9018-B3 electrodes yield a stable arc with low spatter. AC or DC (reverse polarity) may be used.

Applications:
USA 9018-B3 is used in piping steels (A335-P22), boiler and heat exchanger steel tubes (A199-T22, A200-T22, A213-T22), rolled steels (A387-D), cast steels (A217-WC) and forged steels (A182-F22, 336-F22).

11018-M
Description:

E11018M are low hydrogen, iron powder electrodes used for fast, efficient deposition of weld metal with mechanical properties equal to or exceeding that of the base metal. This electrode produces X-ray quality weld deposits with medium penetration and easy slag removability. Although E11018M electrodes may be used in any position, they are particularly suited for horizontal and down hand welding with either AC or DC (reverse polarity).

Applications:
E11018M electrodes were designed for welding quenched and tempered steels with tensile strengths of up to 110,000 psi such as ASTM A514 and A517, HY80, T-1, SSS-100, etc.

308L-16
Description:
USA 308L electrodes contain extra low carbon for the welding of austenitic, low carbon 18% Cr – 8% Ni stainless steels such as AISI-304-ELC. The weld deposit of this electrode contains a maximum of 0.04% carbon, which greatly reduces the formation of chromium carbides, thereby protecting the corrosion resistant qualities of the base metal and weld. USA 308L electrodes have a high deposition rate resulting in excellent efficiency. This electrode may be used in all positions. In addition to 304-ELC, USA 308L electrodes may be used for stabilized stainless steels such as AISI 321 and 347, joint welds in construction parts for chemical engineering and cryogenic applications.

309L-16
Description:
USA 309L electrodes are used for welding 22% Cr – 12% Ni stainless steel, mild or carbon steel to stainless steel and stainless clad steel. This electrode will produce an austenitic-ferritic, ductile weld deposit that contains a maximum of 0.04% carbon, thereby providing good crack resistance and inter granular corrosion resistance superior to that of USA 309 electrodes. Typical applications are similar to those of USA 309, but where stronger corrosion resistance is required.

316L-16
Description:
USA 316L electrodes produce weld deposits similar to that of USA 316, but with a maximum 0.04% carbon. This extra low carbon content gives the weld deposit excellent resistance against inter granular corrosion caused by carbide precipitation. USA 316L electrodes are used for welding 18% Cr – 12% Ni – 2.5% Mo stainless steels where the corrosion resistant qualities of AISI 316L are required. This electrode has a high deposition rate and produces a weld deposit with fine bead appearance and exceptional crack-resistance. USA 316L electrodes are most commonly used in the textile, paper, cellulose, and chemical equipment industries for the fabrication of 316L, 318 and 319L stainless steel products.