Ways to reduce welding spatter

Welding spatter is not only visually unappealing, but it also impacts the efficiency of a welding operation. In most cases, the spatter must be removed to pass a company’s quality checks…

Stainless steels in Cryogenic Applications

The most important material property is good toughness at low temperatures. Weld metal properties are often the limiting factor…

Types and properties of stainless steels

Welding of stainless steel requires knowledge about the material as well as welding methods and products to maintain the material’s stainless properties.

Structure of Stainless Steels

Stainless steel is not a specific material, but a common term for a group of corrosion-resistant steel types. Stainless steels are steels which normally have a chromium content of at least 10.5%.

6 Key Ways to Prevent Weld Failures

Weld failures can occur in any number of ways and are often caused by simple oversights in the welding operation. In many cases, those oversights can result from lack of proper training about the techniques required for welding on a particular material or joint style…

Reduce Moisture-Absorption and Cracking Risks With Seamless Wires

Seamless wires are more resistant to moisture absorption, even under extreme climate conditions such as tropical temperatures and/or high humidity. The lack of seam essentially eliminates a point of moisture entry…