PUK® Welding Wire Rolls - Non-Ferrous Metals

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The alloys and dimensions of these welding wires have been specifically chosen to compliment the PUK® welders and are suited to welding with any PUK® Welding model. See  below for full line of wires available. Note that pricing is subject to change daily due to precious metals, so please call for today's price. Wire will Drop Ship directly from manufacturer - Chicago, IL. 

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    Welding Wires for Gold Alloys
    Welding wires for gold alloys consist of standard jewelry alloy with the requisite degree of fineness. For typical jewelry applications:  these are very thin, in order to be applied and controlled with low power. Gold welding wires
    Item # Vendor # Description Material Dimensions (mm/in)
    830-2780 304-340 Au 750 Y Yellow gold Au 750/000 - 18K 500 x 0.25 | 19.7 x .01
    830-2781 304-342 Au 750 PD White gold Au 750/000 - 18K 500 x 0.25 | 19.7 x .01
    Welding Wires for Platinum Alloys
    When welding platinum alloys, in particular with cast platinum, small pores and/or brittleness can arise if welding repeatedly takes place in the same area. This can be avoided in general terms through the application of "fresh metal" with welding wire. When welding on platinum, a clean welding area and optimum shielding gas coverage are very important. Platinum welding wires
    Item # Vendor # Description Material Dimensions (mm/in)
    830-2782 304-343 Pt 960 C Platinum Pt 960/000 - 18K 500 x 0.25 | 19.7 x .01
    Welding Wires for Silver Alloys
    Excellent coloring for working on (sterling) silver. Excellent flow properties so that welding results appear with no center-line cracking. Excellent ductility of the welded area. The wire Silver JSS has a lower standard (Ag760) and a lower melting point (765°C / 1409°F) than pure or sterling silver (Ag925). On Ag940, it is the same color as sterling silver (925/000). The fineness of the  Ag940 welding wire is 940/000.
    Item # Vendor # Description Material Dimensions (mm/in) Silver welding wires
    830-2783 304-348 Ag 760/000 Silver JSS 2000 x 0.25 | 78.75 x .01
    830-2784 304-349 Ag 760/000 Silver JSS 2000 x 0.35 | 78.75 x .014
    830-2785 304-350 Ag 760/000 Silver JSS 2000 x 0.45 | 78.75 x .018
    830-2786 304-344 Ag 940 B Silver Ab 940/000 1000 x 0.35 | 33.37 x .014
    Welding Wires for Titanium Alloys
    Unalloyed titanium wire (grade 2) for homogeneous welding on weldable titanium alloys. The wire is outstanding due to its high crack resistance. When welding on titanium, a clean welding area and optimum shielding gas coverage (with Argon 4.6 or higher) are very important. Titanium welding wires
    Item # Vendor # Description Material Dimensions (mm/in)
    830-2787 304-349 TI Titanium-fine titanium 1000 x 0.30 | 39.37 x .012
    Welding Wires for Palladium-Silver Alloys
    This PD/Ag/Cu welding wire with a high portion of palladium is particularly well-suited for repair welds on only Palladium-Silver alloys alloys that are only weldable to a limited degree with themselves or with each other. The welding wire stands out due to its excellent adhesion properties and exceptional toughness. It is therefore frequently used as a "bridging metal" between alloys that are difficult to weld (color grey). Palladium-Silver welding wires
    Item # Vendor # Description Material Dimensions (mm/in)
    830-2788 304-330 PdAg 500 Palladium-Silver PdAg 500/000 500 x 0.40 | 19.7 x .016
    Welding Wires for Stainless Steel Alloys
    The welding wire CMS is a highly stable, austenitic welding metal. It is suitable for welding CrNi steels such as 304 USA (1.4301-Germany),  316 (1.4401),  1.4453, and 1.4571. Stainless Steel welding wires
    Item # Vendor # Description Material Dimensions (mm/in)
    830-2789 304-320 STEEL CMS Stainless Steel 1000 x 0.40 | 39.37 x .016