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ER5356 Tig Welding Wire 36" long 10lb box

Original price $144.00 - Original price $147.00
Original price
$147.00
$144.00 - $147.00
Current price $147.00
SKU 365356062

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  1. ER5356: This is the classification code for the welding wire, indicating its specific composition and properties. ER5356 welding wire is commonly used for TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding and is primarily designed for welding aluminum alloys. It's known for its excellent corrosion resistance and strength properties.

  2. TIG Welding Wire: This wire is specifically designed for use in TIG welding, a welding process that employs a non-consumable tungsten electrode and a shielding gas to create precise and clean welds. TIG welding is commonly used for applications where high-quality welds are required, especially for aluminum materials.

  3. 36" Long: This measurement specifies the length of the welding wire, which is 36 inches or about 91 centimeters. The length of the wire determines how long you can weld before needing to replace it with a new one.

  4. 10lb Box: The welding wire is packaged in a 10-pound (lb) box, meaning you will receive 10 pounds of welding wire material. The weight specification is important for estimating the amount of welding material available for your projects.

  1. ER5356: This is the classification code for the welding wire, indicating its specific composition and properties. ER5356 welding wire is commonly used for TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding and is primarily designed for welding aluminum alloys. It's known for its excellent corrosion resistance and strength properties.

  2. TIG Welding Wire: This wire is specifically designed for use in TIG welding, a welding process that employs a non-consumable tungsten electrode and a shielding gas to create precise and clean welds. TIG welding is commonly used for applications where high-quality welds are required, especially for aluminum materials.

  3. 36" Long: This measurement specifies the length of the welding wire, which is 36 inches or about 91 centimeters. The length of the wire determines how long you can weld before needing to replace it with a new one.

  4. 10lb Box: The welding wire is packaged in a 10-pound (lb) box, meaning you will receive 10 pounds of welding wire material. The weight specification is important for estimating the amount of welding material available for your projects.