SS308L1/2G

Crown Alloy .045 x 8" E 308LT-1FCo Flux-Cored Stainless Steel MIG 8 lb SPOOL (SS308L1/2G)

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Crown E308LT-1 FCo is an all-position gas-shielded flux cored stainless steel electrode for flux cored arc welding (FCAW). The E308LT-1 FCo will produce high quality weldments in all positions of welding. It is used for welding types 301, 302, 304, 304L, 308 and 308L. This flux cored wire may also be used for welding types 321 and 347 if the service temperature does not exceed 500oF. Both deposition rate and efficiency are better than that of covered stainless steel electrodes. Compared to the solid GMAW (MIG) process, Crown E308LT-1 FCo achieves all-position capability without using a pulsed power source or short circuit transfer. The E308LT-1 FCo will attain a higher deposition rate and better weld quality than GMAW (MIG) welding with solid wire. The weld deposits exhibit superior radiographic quality.

Please Note: Welding fumes and gases can be hazardous to your health. Click here for the manufacturers MSDS information. Both the manufacturer and Welding Supplies from IOC recommends that you read and understand the Material Safety Data Sheets and product warning statements prior to using this product.

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