Posted by: heatsschoolofweldingtechnology | December 13, 2008


A Baking Oven (Yellow) and a Holding Oven (Green)

A Baking Oven (Yellow) and a Holding Oven (Green)

The frequently asked question about welding oven is, why welding oven is needed?

Welding Oven is very critical to any welding job especially when low hydrogen electrodes are being used. Hydrogen cracking can be avoided by having this stuff and by baking the electrode and store it in a holding oven to keep low hydrogen electrodes dry. Hydrogen cracking is likely to occur when the low hydrogen electrodes that are used are wet or the moisture content is above the required limit for a low hydrogen electrode. The moisture content will be controlled if the low hydrogen electrodes are baked and stored in a holding oven prior to usage.

Now, my question is, “Is that Welding Oven Needed? The choice is yours!!!!


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