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Re: Puddles

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[quote="algar"](quoted from post at 22:17:43 12/01/12)

Al here on the west coast the structural welding world got turned on it's ear after the Northridge earthquake in California. Soon after about all you seen specified was NR-232, or Coreshield 8. Latter Lincoln came out with NR-233 which is a little more user friendly. All this happened after I was in management, all I was doing at the time was supervising welding crews, not welding myself.
I have been on jobs welding pre-cast concrete panels to steel beams where we used NS-3M. Back in the 80s I worked on several Navy projects where they would only accept NR-203.
So when I suggested 21-B, and NR-212 I thought you wanted a good general fab wire, not looking for a wire for code work. :wink:

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12-02-2012 07:35:40

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 Re: Puddles in reply to Puddles, 12-02-2012 02:21:49  
That's ok,some stuff get's lost in my typing.
I help out at a quarry operation when I am laid off and they use alot of Inner. Their family graduated to this after having a welding shop that did alot of equip repair,track shop etc..They used the big NS 3M on d-8 and 9 track grousers. I got them using 232-233 cause 203m1% wasn't very good to work with.
They bought new surplus bulk and it was around for years.

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