How To Determine Which Type of Welding Wire You Need

For every welding application, there is a CWI Generation4™ welding consumable that meets your requirements. From a tank overlay in chemical processing to automotive repair or pipe fabrication, we...

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What is Filler Metal?

Choosing the correct filler metal for your project is just as important as properly executing the weld itself, which is why Central Wire offers forty grades of welding wire across three different...

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What is Precipitation Hardening?

In addition to stainless steel and nickel, Central Wire produces shaped wire in the specialty alloy X750. X750 is corrosion and oxidation resistant, and it is also heat tolerant up to 1300 degrees...

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Central Wire Has The Right Profile For You

CWI is a world leader in manufacturing high quality round and profiled shaped wire. Whether you are using wedge wire for filtration screens, or half-oval wire for cotter pins, our wide range of...

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Three Tips For Getting the Perfect Stainless Steel TIG Welds

Getting the perfect stainless steel TIG welds may require some practice, but you can set yourself up for success with the right products and some essential knowledge about the process. Start by...

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What's the Difference Between MIG and TIG Welding?

Central Wire products fulfill the specific, filler needs of many technical processes, including shielded metal arc welding (SMAW), submerged arc welding (SAW), tungsten inert gas welding (GTAG),...

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Things to Know When Welding With Nickel Alloys

If you are welding with nickel alloys, your goal is to resist some type of corrosion such as pitting, crevice, and/or stress-corrosion cracking. No post weld treatment is needed to maintain...

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The Benefits of Spring Wire Coatings

Central Wire offers a full line of stainless steel and nickel spring wires with Techcote™, TechBrite™, Nickel Flash, and Copper with Soap coatings. These coatings offer a variety of aesthetic...

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CWI WELDING Generation 4: An Evolution We Are Proud Of

In case you missed it, Central Wire Industries is back in the welding consumables business with the relaunch of innovative Gen4 specialty alloy welding wire products. Gen4 brings to the welding-wire...

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What is Nitronic Stainless Steel Wire?

The first Nitronic alloy, Nitronic 40, was released by Armco Steel in 1961. It was named for its nitrogen content which is integrated homogeneously throughout the material rather than just being...

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