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STRATA 570 For Low Temperature

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Electrode for welding high sulphur and high tensile steels. Also for T.1. steels
Strata 570 is for structural and repair welds on high strength fine grained steels. It is a low alloy, high strength AC/DC electrode for joining low and medium alloy construction steels.
 

Key Features:

  • Extra low moisture content is below 14%
  • Smooth running AC/DC coating operates in all positions
  • Low spatter yield, self releasing slag and uniform rippled deposit
 

TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Tensile Strength: 120,000 PSI (845 MPa)
Yield Strength: 96,000 PSI (665 MPa)
Elongation: 23%
Impact Energy: 82J (20°C): 50J (-51°C)

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