ELECTRODE E6013 PDF

But you can also view these appendages negatively. Although western people are distrustful of the E, it is however very popular among Europeans and Asians, especially, for purposes of doing a root pass welds. Moreover, Asians and Europeans seem to make the E their choice when it comes to root pass. The E appears to have its merit for it leaves behind a smooth inside root. After a bit of trial and error, you would surely discover that the E can be easily kept from overly reinforcing the root.

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Slag[ edit ] Why is it necessary to remove the slag? Multi-passing multiple electrodes to build up a single homogeneous weld bead needs the slag removed after each pass, otherwise the slag left would form a weak non-metallic layer in the weld. NDT examination of high-quality welds afterwards is often about looking for such pieces of included slag.

Its cousin E is similar except that it is used with alternating current. Examples of a fill-freeze electrodes are the E, E, and E, all of which provide a compromise between fast welding speeds and all-position welding.

E is primarily used for making the root pass when welding pipe. E is a low-hydrogen electrode used for high quality X-ray welds. It can be used in all positions with either AC or DC current. E is also used when weld bead apeparance is a priority. All the added statements need to be confirmed in published works before being included here as per WP:V. Pipe welds are typically done with a root pass and cap. Featured article status[ edit ] This article was on a list of potentially under-cited articles that may need to go to Wikipedia:Featured article review.

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