Related Consumables

Mild Steel Wires
Self-Shielded - Mild Steel, All Position
  • Structural fabrication, including those subject to seismic requirements
  • General plate fabrication
  • Hull plate and stiffener welding on ships and barges
  • Machinery parts, tanks, hoppers, racks and scaffolding
  • Seismic structural steel erection and fabrication
  • General structural steel erection and fabrication
  • Ship and barge fabrication
  • Vertical up and overhead fillets and groove welds
Self-Shielded - Mild Steel, Flat and Horizontal
  • General plate fabrication
  • Structural fabrication, including those subject to seismic requirements
  • Shipyards, stiffener welding on barges
  • Bridges and offshore rigs
  • Welding over tack welds made with stick electrode
Special Neutral Flux
  • Single and multiple pass welding/li>
  • Fillet and butt welds with unlimited plate thickness
  • Can weld steel with heavy scale or rust when used with Lincolnweld® L-50® wire
  • Weathering steels when used with Lincolnweld® LA-75 wire
Mild Steel, Low Hydrogen
  • Power generation
  • Petrochemical
  • Pressure vessels
  • Pressure piping
  • Mild steel
  • Power generation
  • Petrochemical
  • Pressure vessels
  • Pressure piping
  • Fill and cap pass welding of up to X65 grade pipe
Metal-Cored, Gas-Shielded - Mild Steel
  • Robotics/ Hard automation
  • Structural fabrication
  • Process piping and pressure vessels
  • Shipbuilding
  • Heavy fabrication
Gas-Shielded - Mild Steel, Flat and Horizontal
  • Structural fabrication
  • Seismic applications
  • Heavy equipment
  • Machinery fabrication
  • General fabrication
Metal-Cored, Gas-Shielded - Low Alloy
  • Robotics/hard automation
  • Weathering grades of the appropriate strength ASTM A588 and A709 steels
  • Structural fabrication
  • Heavy fabrication
  • Meets requirements for NACE applications
Mild Steel, High Deposition
  • Large welds
  • Slightly downhill (15° max) positions
  • Multiple pass welding