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SS ER308Lsi Filler Wire is a specific filler wire with properties desirable in welding and cold working applications. This filler wire offers superior strength and corrosion resistance due to its chemical composition. Unlike other stainless steel filler wires, it contains 18 percent chromium and 10 percent nickel, allowing for better intergranular corrosion resistance. This stainless steel alloy also contains aluminum for improved arc stability when welding. With the addition of silicon, Stainless Steel ER308Lsi Filler Wire boasts the optimal bettering ability for the user. Its excellent mechanical characteristics make it an ideal choice for those looking for a higher level of performance in particular welding and cold-working applications.

Stainless steel ER308Lsi filler wire has quickly become one of the most popular welding materials due to its many uses and properties. Not only is it used in stainless applications such as tanks, pipes, and automobiles, but it also can be trusted for its dependability when exposed to elements such as chlorine, saline solutions and alkalies. Its weldability is of top quality, making it accessible to welders and fabricators at any skill level. Even with its resistance to hardening from reinforcing or cold working processes, ER308Lsi filler wire is specially designed to create welds with strength and corrosion resistance that can leave lasting results.

FAQ's for Stainless Steel ER308LSi Filler Wire

No, Stainless Steel ER308Lsi Filler Wire is corrosion-resistant and highly resistant to rusting. Therefore, it remains free from oxidation when exposed to the elements.

The Harmonized System Nomenclature (HSN) code for Stainless Steel ER308Lsi Filler Wire is 7223.00.0090. This code reflects the composition, general characteristics and quality of the product that meets essential requirements for compliance with applicable European Union directives and regulations.

Although stainless steel ER308Lsi filler wire is highly resistant to corrosion, it can still be subject to rusting in certain conditions. Proper welding and sealing of the alloy can greatly help reduce the chance of rust formation.

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