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What Is Flux-Cored Arc Welding?

Flux-cored arc welding or flux-cored welding is almost similar to stick welding process. It’s a semi-automatic process. The flus-cored welding process uses a flux covered electrode and a constant power supply. The significant difference between stick welding and flux-cored welding process is stick welding requires shielding gas, whereas flux-cored process doesn’t need any shielding gas.

In Flux-Cored Arc Welding, you can use an externally fed shielding gas, but it’s not essential for the process. The reason is the produced gas and slag protect the welding surface. The method offers an impressive welding speed, and it’s highly portable. It’s an advantageous process in industries such as construction to work on materials like stainless steel and alloys.

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Ronald Wilson

I’m Ronald, Specialist engaged in the manufacture of fabricated metal product. I’ve been involved in the fabrication industry since 1998. To continue my love in welding and to share my experience I've formed a research team and have created this website for our valuable customers.

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