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Table of Contents

The 100 Series
Cutting, piercing and chamfering electrodes.
The 200 Series
Fabrication and maintenance of mild, low-alloy and high-strength steel.
The Polystain® Series
High-tensile, corrosion-and heat-resistant joining and cladding of stainless steel.
The Polywear® 300 Series
Hard-facing tools and equipment to resist impact, abrasion, erosion, heat, corrosion and a wide variety of wear problems.
The 4000 Series
Nickel and nickel-alloy products.
The Polybronze® 4000 Series
Copper -base alloys, developed to join and overlay copper, bronze and many dissimilar ferrous and non-ferrous alloys.
The 500 Series
Unequalled alloys for the joining, overlay and repair of forge and steel plant equipment and hot-work die steels.
The 600 Series
Cobalt and nickel base alloys for resistance to abrasion, erosion, corrosion and/or impact in high-temperature environments.
The 700 Series
To meet a variety of needs for welding cast iron and joining cast iron to steel with nickel or nickel alloys.
non-ferrous alloys.
The 800 Series
High-strength alloys for bearing surfaces and tools that must work-harden, for the joining of cracked die sections and for applications that cannot be heat treated (exception: see Polytensile® 888).
The 900 Series
Welding alloys for heat treatable tool die and mold steels.
Specialty Maintenance Products
Brazing alloys, aluminum electrodes, bare cast iron rod and bare aluminum rod.

Products to meet the challenge
Every day weldors face challenges that test the limits of welding technology. And for each of these challenges, there must be a solution that does the job properly, easily, efficiently and economically.
In the following Web pages, you will find a list of the specialized electrodes, rods, and wires offered by The Weld Mold Company, including:

  • Alloys specifically designed and engineered for maintenance, tool steel, hot-work die steel and mold steel.

  • Bronzes, copper, nickel and cobalt-based alloys to resist heat, wear and corrosion.

  • Alloys for cast iron and for hard surfacing; stainless steel, tungsten carbide, aluminum, titanium, and magnesium; spray powders and wires.

  • Private-label products, custom coatings and proprietary alloys.

All Weld Mold alloys, where applicable, meet AWS, AISI and/or ASTM specifications.
The Weld Mold Company offers the most complete line of competitively priced, high-quality welding products available from a single source.
Most flux-cored wires are available from .045" to 5/32" diameter; coated electrodes from 1/16" to 3/4"; and MIG/TIG wires from 0.35" to 5/32".
We and our distributors have what you need to keep down time to a minimum and production time to a maximum. All of our products are backed by a sales force with the practical experience and technical know-how it takes to help you meet your welding needs.

Key to Symbols:

- Electrode

- MIG F.C.Wire

- TIG rod

- MIG solid

- Rod


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