304 Stainless Steel Mig Welding Wire



Forney 42298 Mig Wire, Stainless Steel ER308, .030-Diameter, 2-Pound Spool


Forney 42298 Mig Wire, Stainless Steel ER308, .030-Diameter, 2-Pound Spool

The Forney 42298 308ER Stainless Steel MIG welding wire consists of chromium and nickel. Applications include the food and beverage industry, maintenance and repair. Blue color coding on label. Forney Industries is one of America’s longest operating family-owned metal working product companies. Founded in 1932, Forney offers more than 5,000 products for the hardware, automotive, farm and ranch and…

$28.98

Hobart H522506-R19 0.030-Inch 2-Pound ER308L Stainless Steel Welding Wire


Hobart H522506-R19 0.030-Inch 2-Pound ER308L Stainless Steel Welding Wire

These Hobart Mig Wire Rolls Have The Smooth And Clean Surfaces Required For Efficient Wire Feed. Wire Produces Minimal Splatter And Is Easy To Clean Up….

$39.99

Weldcote Metals 308 LSI Stainless Welding Wire .035 X 10 Lb. Spool


Weldcote Metals 308 LSI Stainless Welding Wire .035 X 10 Lb. Spool

Weldcote Metals 308 is used for TIG, MIG, and submerged arc welding of unstabilized stainless steels such as Types 301, 302, 304, 305, 308. This filler metal is the most popular grade among stainless steels, used for general purpose applications where corrosion conditions are moderate. Can also be certified as ER308H….

$73.49

Hot Max 23109 .030-Inch Stainless Steel ER 308 MIG Wire - 2#


Hot Max 23109 .030-Inch Stainless Steel ER 308 MIG Wire – 2#

Stainless Steel MIG wire alloy is a high strength wire for use with most grades of stainless steel including 301, 302, 304, 308, 321, and 347. Tensile Strength: 80,000 PSIShielding Gas: Pure Argon or Argon/CO2 and Machine Polarity: DCEP Reverse Polarity (MIG DC +)….

$33.00

304 Stainless Steel Mig Welding Wire

TIG welding stainless steel corner joints filler wire

how to weld stainless steel to mild steel?

i have a mig welder and want to weld grade 304 stainless steel tube to a mild steel tube (at a 90degree angle). the weld joint is critical and needs to be fairly strong, it will also be exposed outdoors (the mild steel is already painted to ensure rust protection). i think both tubes are 1mm thick.
would welding the two tubes together be a problem if so could i reinforce it with something (like a 3mm mild steel plate) and what welding wire would you suggest
could anyone help me since i have tons of mild steel lying around and do not want to purchase any more.
thanks

1) The wire must always match the higher grade of steel. So you would need 304 stainless wire to make the welds.

2) Both pieces must be clean and free of paint, oil, grease, etc.

3) What are you doing with it? 1mm is about 22ga. Not thick enough to support anything. How much pressure? It should be good for 150 psig.

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