How to Weld Hot Rolled Steel Without Dangers?

The process of welding hot rolled steel is known as MIG welding. The process differs from regular welding because the weld is done at a high temperature. During this process, welder feed rods are fed through an arc to melt the hot rolled steel (sometimes called “hot sheets”). In addition, welder torch is used to heat and bond the two pieces of steel together. When welding hot rolled steel, the material becomes liquefied and solidifies while it is in the welding torch tube. This causes a lot of heat to be absorbed by the metal while the welder is working.

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