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    I was just curious if anyone on here knows if lincoln nr 211mp wire can be used vertical up. I did a google search and i am getting contradicting info, one site says no only vertical down the other site said yes. Thanks in advance....

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    Short and simple answer.....Yes.

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    One of our most popular all-purpose
    Innershield wires. Versatile wire
    suitable for all-position welding of light
    gauge steel or thin plate up to 1/2”
    (12.7mm). Low spatter and excellent
    weld appearance.
    TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
    • Single or multiple pass welding.
    • Structural fabrication where no
    seismic requirements are present.
    • Robotic welding applications.
    RECOMMENDED
    MAXIMUM PLATE THICKNESS
    Diameter Max. Plate
    Inches (mm) Thickness
    .035 & .045 5/16”
    (0.9 & 1.1) (7.9mm)
    .068, 5/64, & 3/32 1/2”
    (1.7, 2.0 & 2.4) (12.7mm)
    ADVANTAGE LINCOLN
    • An extremely popular wire with
    excellent operator appeal, low
    spatter, and good weld
    appearance.
    • NR-211-MP is an extremely versatile
    wire — suitable for all-position
    welding.
    • A good choice when poor fitup is an
    issue.
    • Self-shielded, flux-cored. No need
    for external gas or flux.
    INNERSHIELD NR-211-MP AWS A5.20-95: E71T-11
    CONFORMANCE
    AWS A5.20-95: E71T-11
    ASME SFA-5.20: E71T-11
    ABS: E71T-11 (.068 - 3/32” only)
    CWB: E4801T-11-CH
    • Produces quality welds in moderate WELDING POSITIONS
    wind conditions with no tenting.
    • Our quality driven manufacturing
    system – certified to ISO 9001 – and
    our exceptionally high grade raw
    materials mean every coil of
    Innershield delivers great arc characteristics
    and superior feedability.
    Last edited by dda52; 11-07-2008, 10:10 PM.
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    • #3
      Originally posted by down19992000 View Post
      I was just curious if anyone on here knows if lincoln nr 211mp wire can be used vertical up. I did a google search and i am getting contradicting info, one site says no only vertical down the other site said yes. Thanks in advance....

      Are you sure you're not looking at 212 wire? Lincoln gives conflicting info on that wire saying it's not recomended for vertical up, and saying it can be used in vertical up.

      JTMcC.

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