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Product Snapshot: Welding Wire and Demolition Hammer

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Thermadyne Industries
The Stoody 964 AP-G is a general-purpose hard-facing, flux-cored wire that can be welded in a vertical position, which can save time in the field because the equipment does not have to be moved into place for repairs. The wire can achieve a 64 Rockwell C hardness and produce crack-free deposits on Series 300 stainless and manganese steels. Other base metals have to be pre-heated and post-heated as needed. Packaged in 33-lb spools, the wire is available in 0.045-in. and 1/16-in. diameters. Thermadyne Industries; 636-728-3000;
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This week we look at flux-coated wire, an impact driver, air compressors, a work light, a demolition hammer and insulation foam.


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