Why Use a Welding Electrode or Flux Oven?
Still using that old refrigerator with a light bulb to keep your welding rods dry?
Leading industry experts unanimously agree that proper welding consumable storage is a critical step in the welding process and essential for creating defect-free welds. For example, low hydrogen welding electrodes must be conditioned properly before starting a welding job to prevent problems such as porosity, hydrogen embrittlement and cracking.
While welding, it is crucial to maintain low-hydrogen rods or electrodes in a holding oven within a temperature range of 100°F and 300°F. This prevents water vapor from permeating the welding rod and entering the weld which can lead to defects.
Let's face it, an old beat up refrigerator and a light bulb will not cut it...
The possible repercussions of improperly executing a weld can easily cost thousands of dollars in repairs and rework time. Utilizing an improperly maintained welding rod which has not been kept at the proper temperature - especially in a building erection environment - can have disastrous consequences.
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