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Lincoln Electric Excalibur
May 8, 2008

lincoln-stickUntitled-1The Lincoln Electric Company’s Excalibur stick electrode line is known for consistent starting, quick puddle creation and reduced porosity. A unique slag system results in great puddle control and clarity. Coating burn off is uniform and ideal for jobs that require steep rod angles on out-of-position welds. Excellent tie-ins eliminate undercutting, reducing grinding and slag inclusions, which results in higher quality welds. This product is typically applied to structural steel and bridges or welding of piping, fittings and tie-ins in the petrochemical and power generation industries. Excalibur allows all-position welding of mild steels, and some high strength, low alloy steels. The product also tolerates steels with poor weldability, such as high sulfur and high silicon steels. High deposition rates, low spatter levels, easy slag removal and excellent tie-ins ensure consistent performance over other brands, which results in less rework and clean up, allowing for more time spent welding.