Flux-cored wire steel refers to steel used for electric welding. The biggest feature of electrode steel is to ensure that the chemical composition of the wire rod meets the requirements of various standard compositions, and no chemical composition deviation is allowed. The smelting composition control range is narrower than the standard range, and the sulfur and phosphorus content is lower.
|Category||Flux-cored Wire Steel|
|Grade||DC01, DC02, DC03, DC04, SPCC, SPCD, SPCE, etc.|
|Standard||ASTM A1008; A1008M—2007; DIN EN 10130—2006; JIS G3141—2009; GB/ T 5213 -2008|