RT8210/TO-BP

Crown Alloy 1/8 x 36" ROYAL 82-10 BR.PKG. Nickel-Chrome-Iron (ER NiCr-3) TIG 1 lb TUBE (RT8210/TO-BP)

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Royal 82-10 (TIG) and Royal 82-30 (MIG) are used for high heat and cryogenic (low temperature) applications. This alloy withstands thermal cycling even to sub-zero temperatures thus making it the perfect choice for flame hardening equipment, heat treat parts, and cryogenic vessels. Royal 82-10 and Royal 82-30 are also highly corrosion resistant. The aforementioned characteristics make this alloy ideal for cladding and wearfacing as well as joining. Royal 82-10 and Royal 82-30 are used to join carbon steels and stainless steels to high nickel-base metals. They are also used to weld Inconel alloys 600, 601, and 690 to themselves or each other; Incoloy alloys 800, and 800HT, and Inco alloy 330. Inconel and Incoloy alloys are joined to nickel, stainless steels, carbon steels, and Monel alloys using Royal 82-10 or Royal 82-30. Also, 9% nickel steel can be joined using this wire.

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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