Select-SAI's new electrode maintains tensile strength and toughness at low temperaturesClick image to enlarge

Select-SAI Inc. introduces a superb all-position, flux cored, gas-shielded electrode that is specially developed to maintain tensile strength and high toughness at low temperature after long or repeated post-weld heat treatment.

The new Select 7000-SRC is specifically designed to maintain excellent mechanical properties after extended stress relief up to 16 hours. This outstanding electrode delivers low hardness in the as-welded and PWHT condition while producing a deep penetrating arc that reduces the potential for lack of fusion. Select 7000-SRC offers very low diffusible hydrogen levels of less than 4.0mL/100g. This wire affords exceptional notch toughness at -60 degrees F before and after post-weld heat treatment.

Available in a 1.14, 1.32 and 1.59 mm (.045, 052 and 1/16 in.) diameters, Select 7000-SRC is ideally suited for pressure vessel, flange and valve, piping and repair applications.

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