MIG Welding Wire in Mild, Stainless & High-Strength Steel, Flux-Cored,
Aluminum & Silicone Bronze 4" & 8" Spools From WeldingDirect.Com
MIG Welding Wire in Mild, Stainless & High-Strength Steel, Flux-Cored, Aluminum & Silicone Bronze 4" & 8" Spools
Select from our complete offering of MIG Welding Wires available in most popular diameters and for all Mild, Stainless & High-Strength Steel, Flux-Cored, Aluminum & Silicone Bronze applications.

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MIG Welding Wire, ER70S-6 Mild Steel 4" & 8" Spools
ER70S-6 MILD STEEL WELDING WIRE contains higher levels of Manganese and Silicon than other standard grades of MIG wire to produce high quality welds when used on rusted, dirty or oily steel.

This product requires a shielding gas Co2, Argon or Argon/Co2 mix.

Available in 4" and 8" Spools
MIG Welding Wire, E71T-GS Flux-Cored 4" & 8" Spools
E71T-GS FLUX-CORED (GASLESS) WELDING WIRE is for general purpose MIG welding of mild steel. Smooth arc action, full slag coverage, easy slag removal are qualities of this premium flux-cored wire.

No Shield Gas Required / DC polarity DCEN.

Available in 4" and 8" Spools
Mig Welding Wire, ER308L Stainless Steel 4" & 8" Spools
ER308L STAINLESS STEEL WELDING WIRE is used in MIG, TIG and Sub-Arc processes for all 300 series stainless up to and including 308. It is the most popular stainless wire for general-purpose applications where corrosion is moderate.

Shielding gas required, usually Argon/Co2 mix

Available in 4" and 8" Spools.

Typical wire chemistry;: C: 0.019, Si: 0.46, Mn: 1.72, Ni: 10.10, Cr: 20.80
MIG Welding Wire, ER4043 Aluminum 4" & 8" Spools
ER4043 ALUMINUM ALLOY WELDING WIRE is used in MIG processes for all 4000 & 5000 series aluminum materials. It is the most popular general-purpose aluminum MIG wire.

The 4043 has a low melting point and high fluidity which allows the weld to flow better, increases penetration and reduces sensitivity to weld cracking. The 4043 also makes brighter-looking MIG welds because it does not contain magnesium.

Shielding gas required usually 100% Argon

Available in 4" and 8" Spools.
MIG Welding Wire, ER5356 Aluminum 4" & 8" Spools
ER5356 ALUMINUM ALLOY WELDING WIRE is mainly used where higher weld strength and greater ductility is required. ER5356 is compatible wth 5050, 5052, 5083, 5154, 5356, 6061 and 6363 alloys, has greater resistance to corrosion (salt water) and better color match after annodizing.

Typical applications include: automotive panels & structures, truck/trailer frames, cargo tanks, ship structures and architectural structures..

Shielding gas required usually 100% Argon

Available in 4" and 8" Spools.
MIG Welding Wire, ErCuSi Silicone Bronze 4" & 8" Spools
ErCuSi SILICONE BRONZE ALLOY WELDING WIRE is mainly used for MIG brazing of dis-similar materials primarily in automotive repair applications.

Typical applications include: automotive panels & structures, ship structures and military structures.

Shielding gas required usually 100% Argon

Available in 4" and 8" Spools.
MIG Welding Wire, ER120S-G .030" High Strength Steel 980MPA
Premium high strength steel (HSS) MIG welding wire, ER120S-G alloy .030" (0.8mm) diameter is commonly used for specialty automotive repair. It is an Italian-made wire that is an excellent alternative to Bohler Union X96, Bosch DS980J, Eagle-Arc 980X, Pro Spot 50-7040 and Titan Technology EQ-5029X96. ER120S-G meets American Honda's ProFirst Collision Repair Facility requirements for welding on high strength steel.

ER120S-G is specifically designed for welding high strength steel joints of 590 MPA or higher. It has high levels of nickel, manganese, silicon and molybdenum for excellent welding results on critical high-stress, fine grained applications. ER120S-G has a tensile strength of 140,000 PSI (980+ MPA) and conforms to AWS A5.28 ER120S-G.

This product requires a shielding gas Co2, Argon or Argon/Co2 mix.

Available in 8" Spools
MIG Welding Wire Output Amperage & Selection Chart
Quick guide for selecting MIG wire size and welder amperage for your application. Check with your machine manufacturer for any information that may pertain to your welding system. Multi-pass welding or a beveled joint design may be required for material thickness 3/16" and greater, depending on power output capability.