Lincoln Electric Introduces New 2012 Welding Consumables Catalog

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20 January 2012

Lincoln Electric Introduces New 2012 Welding Consumables Catalog

2012 C1.10 Welding Consumables Catalog

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Cleveland – Lincoln Electric introduces the new 2012 Welding Consumables Catalog (C1.10) with a fresh new appearance and a sleek new user-friendly size (7 in. x 9 ¼ in.) The new size is more portable and convenient. Navigating through the new C1.10 is quick and easy because of larger print and an intuitive interface. This catalog contains Lincoln Electric’s full line of legacy welding consumables, as well as new products introduced within the last year.
The new C1.10 catalog contains detailed product information on Lincoln Electric’s full line of welding consumables, such as product features and applications, conformances, AWS requirements, test results, and typical operating procedures. In addition, the catalog also features diagrams, images and dimensions for all available consumable packaging options. A concise welding equipment selection section is also included, as well as the following new products.
Consumable Products:
Innershield® NR-440Ni2
Innershield® NR-211-MP
Innershield® NR-FAB-70
Lincore® 55-G
Lincolnweld® LAC-690
Lincolnweld® WTX
Excalibur® 8018-B2 MR
Excalibur® 8018-B3 MR
Excalibur® 7018 MR
Pipeliner® 8P+
Pipeliner® 111M
Pipeliner® LH-D
Pipeliner® 81M
Shield-Arc® 70+
UltraCore® HD-C
Accu-Pak® Bulk
Precise-Track™ Reel
Speed-Feed® Stem
5 lb. Stick Tubes          
To access the online version of the Consumable Catalog, visit the homepage of To request a copy of Lincoln Electric’s 2012 Welding Consumables Catalog, call (888) 355-3213 or visit and request Bulletin C1.10.
The Lincoln Electric Company, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc welding systems, fume extraction equipment and plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment. The company holds a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market.

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