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STRATA 350 Bronze Electrode

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Special Bronze Welding Electrode
Strata 350 is for joining a wide variety of copper base alloys to themselves and to steels and cast irons AC-DC tin bronze electrode can be used an an electric brazing rod.
 

Key Features:

  • Bronze electrode that works very well on AC current
  • Excellent for joining copper base alloys not only to themselves but to stainless steel, cast iron and steels
 

TYPICAL MECHANICAL PROPERTIES

Undiluted Weld Metal             Maximum Value Up To
Tensile Strength                        50,000 PSI (340 MPa)
Yield Strength                           30,000 PSI (210 MPa)
Elongation                                 18%

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ABOUT US

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.
Trusted by many to weld in the most challenging applications, STRATA has proved itself to be 'better then the rest' when it comes to specialised welding products, a reputation not easily obtained, but strongly upheld.  Click here to read more.