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.030 in. Innershield NR211-MP Flux-Core Welding Wire for Mild Steel (1 lb. Spool)

  • Versatile welding capability on a variety of base materials
  • High operator appeal and good bead appearance
  • Easy slag removal and fast freezing characteristics
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Lincoln Electric Inner shield 0.030 in. NR211 Flux-Cored Welding Wire is a versatile wire suitable for all-position welding of light gauge or thin plate. Recommended for maximum plate thicknesses in the range of 7.9 mm (5/16 in.) to 12.7 mm (1/2 in.). It has low spatter for smooth performance and great weld appearance.
  • Easy slag removal
  • Fast freezing characteristics accommodate poor fit-up
  • Typical applications include galvanized sheet metal and sheet or thin gauge metal
  • Also great for robotic/hard automation and general fabrication

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Outside diameter (in.).030.0352.030
Wire Solder TypeSelf-FluxingSelf-FluxingSolid CoredSelf-Fluxing
Accessory TypeWireWireWireWire
Melting Point (F)2500250010652795
Wire Length (ft.)0000
Product Weight (lb.)1112.19 lb
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Specifications

Dimensions

Maximum plate thickness (in.)
0.1875
Outside diameter (in.)
.030
Product Depth (in.)
2
Product Width (in.)
4
Wire Length (ft.)
0

Details

Accessory Type
Wire
Melting Point (F)
2500
Product Weight (lb.)
1
Returnable
90-Day
Wire Solder Type
Self-Fluxing

Questions & Answers

13Questions28Answers

Can i use this to weld with mapp gas

Asked by Ronb March 2, 2021
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The rolls of wire will be side by side in the sales area, HOWEVER, one will say GAS and the other will not say gas.

Why does the 360 view of this product have a label that says 035 instead of 030?

Asked by Customer459782647 September 16, 2020
2
Answers

Maybe error Product is good I recommend Lincoln wire

Can I use this wire to weld gym equipments?

Asked by Homie May 18, 2020
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You could use that gauge of wire for tack welds while assembling parts, but I (personally) would back it up with thicker beads from .035 to .045 wire or stick weld. Im hoping your equipment material is, at least, 10 gauge. .030 wire settings are going to be "too cold" for 10 gauge or thicker. Material needs to be thick enough to handle the stress and strain of weight plates, body movement, etc. Good luck!

Can I use this to weld 5/16”plate?

Asked by P64 May 18, 2020
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Answers

Use some scrap to adjust your speed and power setting and you should Be able to weld it just fine. As always, a good weld starts with good prep work!

is the gas shielded or naw?

Asked by ceege April 7, 2020
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No gas is used with this type of welding wire. It is flux-core, which basically means that it comes with an element at its core that acts as a shielding agent (in place of the gas).

why do i get spools that go on easily and then others where the wire just springs off the spool creating a bird'snest...

Asked by Mohler October 19, 2019
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U gotta hold to our finger on spool and make sure to keep tension until y get the roller lick in place and make spool mounting pressure is enuff to keep it from free wheeling...

Can this be used for welding stainless steel

Asked by Chris March 26, 2019
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No. This is for welding mild steel. You would need to buy Stainless Steel wire.

Will this roll fit a Miller 12VS?

Asked by Ti April 3, 2017
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Answer

The spool is a 8" in out side diameter. The hole is 2" in diameter.

does this wire work well with AC output machines?

Asked by MrED55 December 2, 2016
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yes

is this item stainless steel

Asked by buck June 22, 2016
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Is this item stainless steel

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Good Wire for General Fabrication
As others have stated, this wire spatters a bit more at lower amperage settings, but at higher amperage and speeds - it works great. Value is "okay". I've seen cheaper elsewhere for comparable wire, but it's convenient when I can pick up a spool on my way home from work. Bracket shown was welded with this wire. (Yes, lots of grinding and polishing on this, but for such thin wall tubing - the end result was pretty satisfactory). I fabricated the bracket in order to extend the usable platform of my MIG Welding Cart to support my Lincoln "Buzz Box" stick welder on the back where the CO2 bottle was meant to be. It turned out pretty good and is solid.
by BiLLy
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Works OK but spattered more than I expected
I am used to MIG welding using CO2 gas and non flux wire and tried this for the first time with a new 140 AMP 110V welder from Home Depot. I am far from a 'professional' welder but have done enough auto restoration projects to be able to lay down a decent-ish seam of weld that will hold reasonably well. It seems to work well when I was welding two pieces of 1/4" steel plate together for a gate keeper however when I tried to weld some thin wall tube and turned down the voltage to avoid burning holes in the tubing, it spattered more than I would have expected. This could be one of the downsides of using a flux cored wire instead of a straight wire/gas set up or also because I may have needed a smaller .024 gauge wire for the thinner walled tube. Either way, it seems to weld well with less spatter on higher voltages and thicker metal.
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