Fluxcore

  1. SV1BDO

    SV1BDO Member

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    Greece, Egio City
    If your machine is only for FLUX, I guess that it will accepts only D100 spools (1Kgr). Try E71T-GS & E71T-11 (AWS classifications). I have used 4,5 Kgr spools (D200 size) from INE (both E71T-GS & E71T-11) with good results & Hundai Supershield 11 (E71T-11). E71T-11 is also suitable for galv materials.
     
  2. I Markus New Member

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    Location:
    Hungary
    I have bought 5 of the parweld ....gave me good enough welds. Saving me on not using gas as well as I can weld outside.
    I got my inverter welder with polarity negative and with pulse.....when I got my settings right it gave really nice result.
    I stocked up 10 more of the parweld wire ‍.Less than £3 a box....well worth it.
    I use anti spatter spray as well as wire brushing often to keep work piece clean makes lot of difference.
    The slag created is really thin and can be brushed off.
     
    Last edited: Oct 11, 2019
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  3. Country Joe Argoshield Dark

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    Location:
    Somerset - United Kingdom
    Until just now, I didn't realise Parweld made any flux-cored wire.

    I've only ever had the Lincoln (Innershield NR-211-MP) flux-cored wire in the smaller 0.5kg reels in the past.
    I rarely use it and still have some left, somewhere.
    Now it seems to only come in the larger 5kg version.

    And it's quite pricey too - almost £100 a reel.

    Link here:- Lincoln flux-cored.

    All the Best,
    CJ
     
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