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Welding Parameters..... 2 years, 3 months ago #1142

Dear Sirs,

Please give me information regarding welding (Resistance Butt Welding)

1. Current Required ? as per Diameter & Carbon % of steel wire
2. Annealing Time

Re: Welding Parameters..... 2 years, 3 months ago #1143

Hallo RBWL:

I think it is a good idea for you to contact this organization and ask for information about training

www.slv-duisburg.de/home_slv_duisburg_e.0.html

As my lecturer in university ones upon said:

"the result of a welding procedure depends of the character of the welder"

so it it very important to control the process and to inspect the result.

Best regards

Juan Carlos González Villar

Kabel.Consult.Ing
www.kabelconsulting.de
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Re: Welding Parameters..... 2 years, 3 months ago #1144

1.Current Required ? as per Diameter & Carbon % of steel wire

The current required to make a weld on steel is dependent upon the size of rod being welded, for example .062” diameter will require 10 amps. at 115 volts, while .750” diameter would require 50 amps. at 460 volts. Carbon content does not determine the amount of current for welding however the higher the carbon content the more there is a need to anneal. 1008 material for example requires Little or no annealing depending on the application while 1050 would definitely need to be annealed.

2.Annealing Time

There are many variables regarding annealing; size of rod, welder settings and temperature needed to anneal that particular carbon content.

I hope this helps if not please try to be more specific with the questions.

Re: Welding Parameters..... 2 years, 3 months ago #1145

Thank you sir for giving usefull information
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