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Harris NIC-L-WELD 99 Welding Electrode NLW99500POP

Code: NLW99500POP
Harris NIC-L-WELD 99 Welding Electrode NLW99500POP
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Harris® NIC-L-WELD 99 Welding Electrode NLW99500POP

19 Stick Tube - Harris® NIC-L-WELD 99 stick welding electrode is an AWS classification ENi-CI high nickel welding alloy. NIC-L-WELD 99 is excellent for the repair and maintenance of all types of cast iron. It may be used for building up, joining, filling holes, breaks and cracks. NIC-L-WELD 99 runs out-of-position very well and features good color match and machine-ability. It operates on both AC and DC welding current, straight and reverse polarity.

NOTE: 3/32" diameter has 19 electrodes per tube. 1/8" diameter has 11 electrodes per tube.

  • Conforms to AWS A5.15, ENiCI
  • Close color match
  • Excellent machine-ability
  • Available in 3/32 inch and 1/8 inch diameters

    Use AC or DC reverse or straight polarity. Clean the weld area
    Bevel breaks and cracks deep enough so the first pass ties in the bottom of the crack
    In most cases, preheating is not necessary, but heavy sections should be preheated to approximately 400F
    Use a short arc. Stringer beads are recommended
    Skip or back-step weld and peen to relieve stresses.
    Allow the casting to cool slowly

  • 1 Question & 1 Answer
    from northern illinois asked:
    May 20, 2018
    will unused rods "soak up" moisture if not used right away? Also, what is the difference between the nicl "59" and nicl "99" rods?
    1 Answer
    Harris NIC-L-WELD 99 Welding Electrode NLW99500POP has flux on the rod which will absorb moisture. The difference between the 99 and 59 is that the 99 contains 99% nickel and the 59 contains 59% nickel. The rods can be dried out in dry rod ovens. Phoenix Rod Oven - 10 lb. DryRod II 1205500
    Submitted by: Cyberweld on May 22, 2018