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What is a Neutron for argon


what a trick question??? a neutron is a charged particle ...argon is a gas.. it has many applications.. most recently in specialized lighting..argon is being used in some vehicle lighting because its brighter with less power usage...now whats the problem...

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I have a lincoln sp-100 welder and despite having a good ground the weld quality is just not there. Any help is appreciated


Hi,
Let's troubleshoot this one:
1) Make sure you have the right polarity for the wire you are using: Innershield wire (no gas) ground clamp must be on the + side. Solid Wire (gas use) ground clamp to negative side.
2) If gas is used: Mild steel welding requires Argon/CO2 mix 75/25 or 90/10. Using pure CO2 you will create a lot of sparks and a lot of fumes. Stainless Steel welding requires a Trimix gas of Argon/Helium and CO2. Aluminum Welding requires pure argon. Any use of gas requires a steady gas flow of no more than 25 SCFH. If you use more than that or less you will find porosity on the welding.
3) Your work piece must be cleaned before welding (no grease, dirt or paint).
4) Check your machine welding chart for wire speed and voltage.
If you still experience problems with welding quality, check you input power voltage, make sure it doesn't fluctuate.
Goooooood Luck.

Aug 30, 2011 | Lincoln Mig Welder Trigger Switch Magnum...

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I have a lincoln power mig 255 and every time i weld little holes appear in the welds. what could this be?


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This could be a problem of gthe gas you are using. Make sure to use mix 75/25 argon/CO2 for mild steel welding, argon 100% for aluminum and trimix helium/argon/CO2 for stainless steel.
Also check your heat (voltage) 16-22 is enough for weld of most steels less than 1/2 inch.

Aug 06, 2011 | Lincoln Magnum 100L 10' 025035

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Have a lincoln sp200. Trying to run aluminum wire not having any luck. I am running straight argon gas, I get basically a glow the wire melts no penetration. Do I need to reverse polarity or what. I...


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You should only reverse polarity only if, before you were using innershield wire on the same MIG welder.
Your gun should be connected to + and ground to negative and you should use a spool gun for it.

Argon gas is ok, but for thick metals 1/4" and above you should use a mix of 75/25 argon/helium.

Good luck!

Jul 10, 2011 | Lincoln Welding Tools

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New at welding jewelry. was given a puk 111. have not got the argon as yet. should the unit still produce an arc even without the gas? i have no arc at any of the settings. what am i missing. thanks.


Argon is an inert gas and in welding is used to produce a shield around the weld. It protects the work from impurities. The arch comes directly from amperage shorting to ground through the rod. The heat generated from this short melts the rod into the work. In short, the welder should work without the Argon and needs only Amperage in the rod and a good ground to create an arch. Double check the ground on the work. In this case, your Ring. Please rate this answer for me and feel free to write again. Thank You.
Roger

Apr 03, 2011 | Welding Tools

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Does welder need argon gas when using steal wirer


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If you are using solid mild steel core wire, yes you need a mix of gas Argon/CO2 75/25.

Only cored shielded wire do not required gas (also called innershield or flux cored).

Adjust your flow rate for the mild steel wire at 20 or 25 scfh, depending if you are welding inside or outside a shop.

Feb 05, 2011 | Clarke Power Products Clarke 130EN...

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What gas do i use for welding mild steel .I have argon and co 2 canisters


Can use argon/co2 mix or CO2 the wire usually has the gas named on the lable

Aug 26, 2010 | Clarke Power Products Clarke 130EN...

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My mig welder does not seem to weld like it used to. it seems like the argon is not working, like im trying to weld with the tank closed. I checked the tip and argon seems to come out when i hit the...


You may need a new argon regulator for your tank. I had similar problem with mine and purchased a new regulator for about $69 and solved the issue. Also your lead from welder to gun may need to be replaced. Purchased mine at cyberweld.com

Aug 12, 2009 | Welding Tools

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