Blue Demon Carbon Steel TIG Welding Rods have excellent welding properties and can be used on various applications. Available in different material grades and a variety of diameters. Sold in a 1 pound tube or a 10 pound box.
This is a premium TIG rod for welding on all grades of mild and carbon steels, producing quality welds with minimal porosity. It is a triple deoxidized wire (Zirconium, Titanium, and Aluminum) making it an excellent choice for welding over rust and mill scale. No flux is required with this product. ER70S-6
This is a mild steel welding rod that contains higher levels of manganese and silicon than other standard grades of TIG rod. This allows it to produce high quality welds when used on dirty, oily or rusty steel. The high silicon content increases the fluidity of the weld pool, thus creating a smoother bead appearance and resulting in minimal post-weld grinding. This wire is engineered to provide porosity-free, x-ray quality welds at the highest tensile strength (as welded) of all plain carbon steel wires. A shielding gas of CO2 and/or CO2 mix is required.
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WARNING: The wires of these products contain chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. Wash hands after handling.