The Hobart brand features a full line of filler metals for applications ranging from mild steel and low alloy steel to stainless steel. Available products include stick electrodes, solid wires and flux cored wires in a variety of diameters and packaging.
All Hobart brand filler metals feature superior arc performance and selections are available for fast-freezing or self-peeling slag, low hydrogen weld deposits, high deposition rates and efficiencies, and x-ray quality welds.
Hobart brand filler metals meet stringent quality control standards to ensure unmatched performance regardless of the application. Each product features chemical and mechanical properties that meet or exceed the strict requirements of the American Welding Society, the military and the American Bureau of Ships, among others.
McKay brand filler metals have been designed for the most demanding stainless steel and hard surfacing applications. Product options include stick electrodes, flux cored and metal cored wires, and solid wire spools and cut-lengths.
McKay stainless steel filler metals provide excellent arc characteristics to ensure quality welds and are available for flat, horizontal and all-position welding. Stainless steel products are available in common 308, 309 and 316 types and other alloys.
Hard surfacing products from McKay are available in stick electrode and self-shielded or gas-shielded tubular wires for buildup and overlay. To extend parts and equipment life, quality weld deposits meet or exceed the original manufacturer specifications for impact or abrasion resistance.
McKay brand stainless steel and hard surfacing filler metals are available in a variety of diameters and packaging sizes to meet most any welding need.
The premier brand of Tri-Mark tubular wires features self-shielded, gas-shielded and low alloy flux cored wires, along with mild steel and low alloy metal cored wires. Stringent quality control standards ensure Tri-Mark brand wires meet or exceed specifications established by the American Welding Society (AWS) and other welding organizations.
Tri-Mark flux cored wires are available in various diameters and packages and feature benefits including: fast-freezing, easily-removable slag and low hydrogen weld deposits.
Compared to competitive products in the market today, Tri-Mark metal cored wires improve weld quality and minimize rework and/or post-weld cleanup. Benefits include: low spatter levels, excellent wetting action and high deposition efficiencies.
Tri-Mark brand filler metals are the ideal choice for industries such as shipbuilding, infrastructure construction, offshore oil and heavy equipment.
The Corex brand features a full array of flux cored and metal cored wires, including those for carbon steel and low alloy steel applications. All Corex filler metals meet or exceed requirements set forth by the American Welding Society and are suitable for single- or multi-pass welding.
Corex brand flux cored wires provide smooth arc characteristics and good penetration and are available in self-shielded or gas-shielded options. Both options feature selections for low spatter, excellent impact resistance and low diffusible hydrogen levels.
For carbon steel plate, sheet metal and certain high-strength steel applications, Corex metal cored wires offer faster travel speeds, higher deposition rates and efficiencies, and improved gap bridging. These filler metals can be used for automatic or semi-automatic applications and help minimize rework associated with filler metal selection.