Offers a comprehensive portfolio of Power Generation and Nuclear products
Cleveland - Lincoln Electric introduces the 2013 Welding Consumables Catalog (C1.10), which details the most comprehensive welding consumables offering on the market today. Navigating through the 2013 C1.10 is quick and easy, thanks to larger print size, improved interface and removable tabs for year-long 2013 Welding Consumables Catalogguidance to each product group. The 2013 Welding Consumables Catalog contains the full line of Lincoln Electric welding consumables, including new products introduced within the last year, including the following featured consumables:
*Metalshield® MC®-90 (AWS E90C-K3 H4)
*Metalshield® MC®-110 (AWS E110C-K4 H4)
*Innershield® NR®-305 (AWS E71T8-Ni2-JH8)
*UltraCore® HD-C (AWS E71T-1C-H8, E71T-9C-H8)
*UltraCore® HD-M (AWS E71T-1M-H8, E71T-9M-H8)
*UltraCore® HD-12C (AWS E71T-1C-JH8, E71T-9C-JH8, E71T-12C-JH8)
*UltraCore® HD-12M (AWS E71T-1M-JH8, E71T-9M-JH8, E71T-12M-JH8)
*Lincolnweld® 812-SRC™ (AWS EN 760 - S A FB 1)
*SuperGlaze® 5356 TM™ (AWS ER5356)
New in 2013, the C1.10 offers a comprehensive portfolio of Power Generation and Nuclear products designed for these specific industries. The products in this portfolio include mild steel and low alloy electrodes; MIG wire; TIG cut lengths; orbital TIG wire; flux-cored wire; and submerged arc wire and flux combinations for low alloy and stainless steel applications.
The 2013 C1.10 catalog also contains such detailed product information as key product features, applications, conformances, American Welding Society (AWS) requirements, test results, and typical operating procedures. In addition, the C1.10 catalog features diagrams, images and dimensions for all available consumable packaging options.
To access the online version of the Consumables Catalog, visit the literature request page on www.lincolnelectric.com. To request a copy of Lincoln Electric's 2013 Welding Consumables Catalog, call (888) 355-3213 or visit the website and request Bulletin C1.10.
The Lincoln Electric Company, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc welding systems, fume control systems, plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment and has a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market.