Blue Demon Carbon Steel Welding Electrodes have excellent characteristics and can be used on a wide variety of applications. Available in different material grades and various diameters. Sold in 5 Pound Plastic Containers.
E6013 is a mild steel, all position, general purpose cellulose-base rod. It operates on AC or DC welding current and works well on low voltage AC machines. E6013 is and excellent choice where there is poor fit-up in the joint. It deposits easily and smoothly, producing medium to shallow penetration. Small sizes are well adapted to low heat on thin metals. Medium to heavy slag is easily removed and provides for excellent weld cleaning action during the welding process. E6013 is a great selection for all types of mild steel fabrications or repairs where ease of operation and good bead appearance are required. E7018/E7018-1
This is a low-hydrogen iron powder type electrode that produces high quality x-ray welds. It can be used in all positions on AC or DC reverse polarity welding current. E7018/E7018-1 is recommended for welding medium grade carbon steels where no preheat is used, and on cold rolled steels normally exhibiting excessive porosity when welded with conventional electrodes.
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