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  • Stargon???

    Hello All,

    I'm using Stargon (90/8/2) for the first time and it just keeps farting and spurting on me every now and then.

    When I use Argon (75/25) I weld just fine.

    Any and all help please...

    Thank you

  • #2
    Stargon???

    Are you short arc welding or spray welding?

    Believe your stargon is mainly for spray welding.

    Someone in the know should be able to help you out.

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    • #3
      Depends on if its a SS or CS blend, with that mixture it sounds like a SS blend, so Argon,CO2, Nitrogen and oxygen, 100% stainless steel.
      Last edited by cruizer; 01-06-2015, 09:40 AM.

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      • #4
        from a quick search on praxair site there is no such thing as stargon being a tri-mix gas. What is the content of that mix?

        (remember it was a quick search)

        what kind of machine, wire, wire size, feed, voltage, gaz cfh and thickness and material you're attempting to weld?

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        • #5
          Originally posted by snowbird View Post
          from a quick search on praxair site there is no such thing as stargon being a tri-mix gas. What is the content of that mix?

          (remember it was a quick search)

          what kind of machine, wire, wire size, feed, voltage, gaz cfh and thickness and material you're attempting to weld?
          Actually.....

          if you check this gas cross reference under

          ARGON / CARBON DIOXIDE / OXYGEN BLENDS

          We will find STARGON listed as 90/8/2

          http://www.aoc.com.mx/biblioteca/tab...PROTECCION.pdf

          Last edited by H80N; 01-06-2015, 12:31 PM.
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          • #6
            you got me H80N, i was too lazy to go to my docc. and went easy google, once again cutting corners doesn't pay

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            • #7
              Originally posted by snowbird View Post
              you got me H80N, i was too lazy to go to my docc. and went easy google, once again cutting corners doesn't pay
              No fault... No Foul...

              Heck…. There are so many different gas blends marketed under dozens of tradenames…
              About impossible to figure them out without a cross reference…
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