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Joining Problem Solver

Joining unknown or dissimilar steels?

Solutions: Use welding alloys made just for this situation, such as Rockmount Brutus A or Brutus AAA.

Cracks in the center of the root pass?

Solutions: Use a stronger filler metal, such as Polaris A, Polaris AAA, Brutus A or Brutus AAA. Create a larger root pass. Use more pre-heat.

Poor penetration on copper alloys?

Solutions: Use much more preheat. Use a higher quality filler metal, such as Venus A, Venus B, or Venus C. Slow the welding process down.

Welds peel off when using high strength filler rod?

Solutions: Clean or grind off old filler material. Keep inter-pass temperatures below 400 degrees F°. Use high quality filler material such as Apollo A, Apollo B, Brutus A or Brutus AAA.

Problems welding contaminated cast aluminum?

Solutions: Clean as thoroughly as possible. Use high-quality stick electrodes such as Neptune A or Neptune AAA, which will work better because of the flux.

Cracking problems on brazed joints subject to vibration, such as exhaust systems?

Solutions: Clean as thoroughly as possible. Use a flux made specifically to clean such as Brutus Flux. Use high quality, high strength brazing alloy such as Brutus G.

Warpage and distortion when welding stainless steel?

Solutions: Use more clamps and tack welds. Skip weld. Use high quality, low amperage filler material, such as Gemini A, Gemini B, Gemini BBB or Gemini E.

Cracking and porosity when welding cast iron?

Solutions: Use stick electrodes that have fluxes specifically designed to clean, such as Rockmount’s Jupiter A and Jupiter AAA. Use high quality, filler material that combines high strength and elongation, such as Jupiter B, or Jupiter BBB.

Problems with inconsistent hardfacing performance?

Solutions: Use hardfacing alloys specifically designed for your application, such as Rockmount’s Apollo A, Olympia A, or Zeta B. Consult a trained Rockmount sales professional for help in selecting the right alloy and for instruction in how to apply it.

When changing from stick electrode to MIG wire on the same alloys, cracking problems develop?

Solutions: Use a stronger filler metal, such as Polaris MIG. Skip weld. Slow the welding process down.

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