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STRATA 899 High Nickel Shallow Penetration

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Very high nickel content providing ultimate machinability especially suitable for welding thin or eroded cast iron.
Strata 899 is a very high nickel electrode that is ideal for repairing very thin or eroded sections of cast iron.
The high nickel also provides the ulitimate in machinability.
The 'Pulsed Arc' shallow penetration cast iron electrode minimises heat effected zone hardeneing 
 

Key Features:

  • 'Low Temperature' gentle globular are transfer.
  • Excellent arc control in all positions.
  • Weld deposits are extremely soft and machinable due to minimal dilution.
 

TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Tensile Strength: 77,000 PSI (550 MPa)
Yield STrength: 54,000 PSI (380 MPa)
Elongation: 30%
Hardness: Rockwell B 84-88, Brinell 176, Vickers 185

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STRATA International has been supplying welding electrodes to engineers throughout New Zealand for over 25 years and is pleased to support Proline Welding Supplies as the distributor for the South Pacific Region.
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