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Larry Jeffus
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Which electrodes would be grouped in the following F numbers: B, F2, F4?

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The electrodes which would be grouped in the numbers F3, F2 and F4.

Explanation

An electrode is conductor of electricity that allows the electricity to pass through it to the destined point from a source point. Arc welding electrodes are grouped into three filler metal classes according to the welding characteristics which are F3, F2 and F4.The electrodes which are grouped in the F3 class are E6010 and E6011 electrodes. Both of these electrodes have cellulose based fluxes and have a forceful arc with little slag left on the weld bead

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