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How can you weld Corten Steel? Use of mig wires and different types of welding.

By |2023-01-19T22:31:52+05:30January 24th, 2023|Categories: Welded Pipes & Tubes|

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Everything You Need to Know About Welding Corten Steel

By |2023-01-19T22:30:02+05:30November 17th, 2022|Categories: Welded Pipes & Tubes|

What Is Corten Steel Welding? Weathering steel is Corten Steel. Rusty surfaces protect them from adverse weather conditions and corrosion when exposed to the weather. The properties of corten steel include high strength, toughness, and ductility. In addition, the alloy is resistant to atmospheric corrosion, making it a popular choice for outdoor architectural features and sculptures. [...]

MIG Welding Vs TIG Welding for steel

By |2023-01-19T22:30:17+05:30October 24th, 2022|Categories: Welded Pipes & Tubes|

The main difference between TIG and MIG welding is that one uses a consumable wire electrode (TIG) and the other uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode (MIG). The MIG welding process produces an electric arc between consumable wire electrodes and the workpiece metals. MIG and TIG welding fuse two pieces of metal together with the heat of [...]

Lifespan of corten steel

By |2023-01-19T22:30:23+05:30October 14th, 2022|Categories: Welded Pipes & Tubes|

Lifespan Of Corten steel's lifetime expectations for the outside environment are explained here. The surrounding environment, dust, chemicals, salt, and moisture will all affect how quickly the protective patina layer forms. Corten steel requires wet and dry cycles in order to develop its oxide layer. Corten steel will behave like ordinary carbon steel when wet all [...]