Satin Glide® 430LCB Stainless-Steel Welding Wire is a filler metal that exhibits exceptional welding properties with its resistance to corrosion. Its lower carbon level increases its resistance to intergranular corrosion and reduces the risk of sensitization on the stainless steel. Additionally, this welding wire contains columbium for even greater reduction of chromium carbide precipitation and intergranular corrosion.
Satin Glide® 430LCB Stainless-Steel Welding Wire
With the Satin Glide® 430LCB Stainless-Steel Welding Wire from NS ARC, our welders can achieve strong and reliable welds with confidence. This type of welding wire exhibits exceptional welding properties that contribute to the integrity of the welds. One of its most beneficial features is its resistance to corrosion, which makes it the ideal choice for welding in corrosive environments. Its lower carbon level increases its resistance to intergranular corrosion and reduces the risk of sensitization on the stainless steel, both of which help ensure the longevity and performance of the welded material. Additionally, this welding wire contains columbium for even greater reduction of chromium carbide precipitation and intergranular corrosion.
The Satin Glide® 430LCB welding wire is the ideal choice for welders who work in demanding conditions as it exhibits unmatched weld strength that helps produce strong and durable welded joints that can withstand heavy loads and stress. Offering good flow and smooth bead appearance, this ferritic heat-resisting stainless-steel welding wire promotes versatility, high strength, and ease of use.
NS ARC’s Satin Glide® 430LCB stainless-steel welding wire marks a significant advancement in the welding industry as it exhibits significant corrosion and heat resistance, excellent strength, and reliable versatility. As a dependable solution to the welding industry, our stainless-steel welding wire is the ideal choice for handling the tougher jobs. For more information on our selection of stainless-steel welding wires along with other types of welding wires, we recommend that you contact the team over at NS ARC. We’ll be able to provide you with the right solution for the job.
Applications for Satin Glide® 430LCB Welding Wire
Satin Glide® 430LCB stainless-steel welding wire is best suited for the following applications:
- Agricultural Equipment
- Automotive Manufacturing
- General Fabrication
- Heavy Equipment
- Pipe Welding
- Pressure Vessels
Other Industrial Applications for Satin Glide® 430LCB Welding Wire
The Satin Glide® 430LCB stainless-steel welding wire is a reliable alloy that lends its strength to a wide variety of applications and industries. It works to improve the longevity of structures, enhance product durability, and create reliable welds. An efficient welding solution, its columbium composition makes it an excellent choice for welding exhaust manifolds and catalytic converters in the automotive and transportation industries. The stainless-steel welding wire can be used with all metal transfer modes of GMAW and robotic, semi-automatic, and mechanized welding. It’s very effective for dissimilar base metal welding for joining different types of metal together. Additionally, our welding wire excels in single and multi-pass weldments.
Shielding Gas Blends for Satin Glide® Welding Wire
When it comes to shielding gas blends, Satin Glide® can be used with a variety of options, such as:
- Short Circuit Transfer: 90% Helium, 7-1/2% Argon, 2-1/2% CO2
- Spray Transfer: 95-98% Argon, 2-5% CO2
- Spray Transfer: 98-99% Argon, 1-2% O2
- Flow rate: 35-50 CFH
All-position welding is possible with Satin Glide® as long as the correct shielding gas blends, welding process, and welding parameters are used.
Stainless-Steel Welding Wire Industry Standards
Satin Glide® meets or exceeds several specifications, including:
- AWS A5.9/A5.9M: ER430LNb Modified
- ASME SFA-A5.9
- ASME Section III Nuclear requirements
Stainless-Steel Welding Wire Storage Instructions
Moisture, dust, and debris can cause the welding wire to corrode and lose its performance and quality. To prevent this, we recommend storing the wire in a dry environment away from moisture and sunlight.