ESAB Seismic Certified Filler Metals

Friday, April 03, 2009

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products offers a range of welding filler metals for the structural steel industry, including a complete range of Seismic Certified filler metal solutions from Atom Arc, Coreshield, Dual Shield and Spoolarc (with OK Sub-arc Fluxes).

A newly released guide outlines the many products available. Seismic Certified products are tested in accordance with the new AWS ‘D’ designator requirements as specified in AWS A5.20.

ESAB also offers technical expertise to determine and execute the best solution for a seismic application, from material testing to development of weld procedures to on-time delivery of products to achieve project goals quickly.

ESAB’s solutions are based on a long heritage of supplying filler metals to the structural steel industry, including such icons as the St. Louis Arch, the Empire State Building retrofit, the Golden Gate Bridge retrofit, the San Diego Convention Center and the Seattle Federal Building.

(www.esabna.com/seismic)

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