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Larry Jeffus
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What does the FCA flux provide to the weld?

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Uses of flux in FCA welding.

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FCA stands for flux cored arc welding. It consists of a consumable electrode. It is a semiautomatic or automatic arc welding. A flux coated consumable electrode is continuously feed with a constant voltage and constant current power supply. It has high welding speed and portability, less skilled welder is required.

In FCA welding, a consumable tabular electrode containing a flux, the flux itself protects the weld from atmosphere, producing bothgaseous as well as liquid slag protecting the weld...

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