|Electrode Material:||Stainless Steel|
|Overall Diameter:||3⁄16 in|
|Overall Length:||14 in|
|Tensile Strength:||80,000 psi|
|For Welding Position:||Flat; Horizontal; Vertical Up; Overhead|
|Penetration:||Shallow to Medium|
|Welding Current Designation:||AC; DC+|
|Container Size:||5 lb|
|Number of Passes:||Multiple|
|Core Material:||Rutile Type|
|Display Sell UOM:||EA|
|Features:||Fast Melt with Smooth and Stable Arc|
|For Material Type:||Stainless Steel|
|Works with||822K065, 583K329, 801W831, 989A935|
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About Stick Welding Electrodes
Consumable stick welding electrodes, also called welding rods, feature a metal core that fuses with the workpiece material to create the weld and a flux coating that creates a shielding gas when heated to keep contaminants out of the weld.
Stick welders typically have fewer parts and are lighter and more portable than MIG and TIG welders. They do not require compressed gas and can be used outdoors and in windy areas. Also known as shielded metal arc welders (SMAW), manual metal arc welders (MMAW), and flux shield arc welders.
Crafted of stainless steel, these stick welding rods are best suited for welding stainless steel.