This wrought iron fireplace stand had a broken-off leg, so we wire wheeled the paint off and used our 77 electrode with a 130 amp mini welder to make the repair.
- Clean the part thoroughly before welding
- For most cast iron welding the 77 would be the rod of choice, our 72 is for burnt or hard to weld cast irons.
- Welders that use nickel: use the same process heating, peening etc. 77 will just give you the best results.