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Re: Welding Rod--What to use it for??

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GUIDO

12-24-2012 10:37:53
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Hello Pappy,
E7024 rod has a higher deposit rate then is cousin, E7014, and it is a fill rod, while the e7014 is a fill-freeze rod. The rod is suitable for flat-position welding, and horizontal fillets.
Like any other low-HY rod, it works best when free of moisture. Looks like you have enough to last awhile.
Guido.




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Stan in Oly, WA

12-24-2012 11:06:18
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 Re: Welding Rod--What to use it for?? in reply to GUIDO, 12-24-2012 10:37:53  
Hey Guido,

7014 and 7024 rods might run better if they're kept dry, but they're not low hydrogen. Here are what the relevant final numbers in the electrodesí designations mean:

XXX4---Iron powder titania
XXX5---Low hydrogen sodium
XXX6---Low hydrogen potassium
XXX8---Iron powder low hydrogen

This is taken directly from Lincoln Electricís Stick Electrode Product Catalog.

Merry Xmas,

Stan

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GUIDO

12-24-2012 12:03:44
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 Re: Welding Rod--What to use it for?? in reply to Stan in Oly, WA, 12-24-2012 11:06:18  
Hello Stan in Oly, WA,
Good catch! I meant to type iron not Hy.
Don't know what I was thinking.
Guido.



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Stick welding

12-24-2012 12:06:30
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 Re: Welding Rod--What to use it for?? in reply to GUIDO, 12-24-2012 12:03:44  
It's Jet rod, you were thinking too fast. LoL



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GUIDO

12-25-2012 06:22:39
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 Re: Welding Rod--What to use it for?? in reply to Stick welding, 12-24-2012 12:06:30  
Hello stick weld,
Jet rod yes! thinking too fast? not really. Thinking more like a prop then a jet.
HEY! at least I'm thinking....... some anyhow.
Guido.



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Puddles

12-24-2012 15:08:07
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 Re: Welding Rod--What to use it for?? in reply to Stick welding, 12-24-2012 12:06:30  
I remember reading a thread on the AWS forum a few years ago. Some guys down in Texas were building the base for a very large oil tank. They were running 1/4-inch jet rod. At first they were having trouble, then someone suggested they run the large 7024 on AC, cleared up all their problems.



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Stick welding

12-24-2012 23:32:48
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 Re: Welding Rod--What to use it for?? in reply to Puddles, 12-24-2012 15:08:07  
Probably had problems with arc blow. On DC Jet rod runs a little better on straight polarity but most welders don't bother changing polarity cause most everything else runs DC+.



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