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Mild Steel Alloy Er80S-D2 1/16Tig Filler Material

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Part# 12-00475
MFR Model# ER80S-D2

Overview

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USA 80S-D2 is designed to give high strength weld son high sulfur bearing (free-machining) steels or medium carbon steels. This wire contains additional amounts of manganese and silicon which, when alloyed with 0.50% molybdenum, produces weld deposits which have high ductility, excellent impact values and tensile strengths of approximately 100,000 psi. USA 80S-D2 is commonly used on low carbon and low alloy steels such as AISI 4130 where tensile strengths provided by plain carbon steel wires are inadequate. A well balanced silicon content gives this wire superior arc stability, a low spatter level and a flat bead with excellent appearance. USA 80S-D2 produces X-ray quality, porosity free welds even over dirt, rust or mill scale.

Applications:
Farm implements, automotive parts, pipes, light-gauge steels, low alloy steels such as AISI 4130 and high yield steels such as T-1.

Features

  • Well balanced silicon content gives this wire superior arc stability, a low spatter level and a flat bead with excellent appearance.
  • Produces X-ray quality, porosity free welds even over dirt, rust or mill scale.
  • This wire is commonly used on low carbon and low alloy steels.

Specifications

  • 1/16" x 36"
  • Elongation is 25%.
  • Tensile strength: approximately 100,000 psi
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Reviews

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Bernard T
April 13, 2021

High quality rods, makes very strong TIG welds, can also be used for gas welding.

Jonathan B
June 22, 2019

As addvertised

Frank C
December 23, 2018

I hate to admit it but I bought this to use for pattern making of tubing projects. Its nice and straight and bends easily of course. As far as tig welding I have no idea how well it works.

Tom
October 23, 2017

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