The professional welder’s choice for the perfect stainless welding. CROMAROD® is a stainless steel stick electrode, designed to give high productivity and very good fracture toughness even at very low temperatures. It is the natural choice for demanding applications and welders who choose the best.
Welcome to ITW Welding’s booth at Schweissen & Schneiden and experience our world of welding. Discover the industry’s most comprehensive range of welding equipment and consumables from the world’s leading brands such as Elga, Miller, Hobart and Tregaskiss. Take a closer look at the new metal-cored wires Elgacore Edge and Elgacore Matrix that save you time and money by minimizing the need for cleanup. Test Miller equipment and Elga wires in our welding booth and compete for our specially designed welding helmets. Welcome to booth No 10D60.
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Seamless flux and metal cored welding wire for all climate conditions. MEGAFIL® is hermetically sealed and resistant to moisture absorption. It means you can do perfect welds under extreme climatic conditions, even in tropical temperatures and high relative humidity. The filling remains dry throughout the entire process of storage and use, preventing hydrogen induced cracking caused by moisture in the consumable. MEGAFIL® requires neither special storage conditions nor re-drying prior to use.
Specially designed for carbon steel, Elgacore Matrix provides welders with what they expect; true welding excellence every time. Read more about all features in the Elgacore Matrix brochure >>
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