low-hydrogen electrode

low-hydrogen electrode

[′lō ‚hī·drə·jən i′lek‚trōd]
(metallurgy)
A covered electrode used in arc welding that provides an atmosphere low in hydrogen.
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This is similar to the hydrogen content of a single bead of a basic low-hydrogen electrode.
Traditionally, low-hydrogen electrodes are welded vertical-up, which is a slow process.
The four other new electrodes are low-hydrogen electrodes for fill and cap pass vertical up welding, recommended for DC+ use.
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