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Helping For Selection of right Filler And Electrode

Helping For Selection of right Filler And Electrode

Helping For Selection of right Filler And Electrode

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Hi all

For material A333-6 client rejected ER70S-6/E7018 And Ask using ER80S-Ni1 and E7018-1
Could you explain a little more

RE: Helping For Selection of right Filler And Electrode

We are not the client. Ask the client.

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RE: Helping For Selection of right Filler And Electrode

They both meet -50 F impacts per their SFA/AWS A Specifications while the others do not.

RE: Helping For Selection of right Filler And Electrode

Let me know where this pressure equipment will be installed, so I can be sure to give it a wide berth in my travels.

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