E7014 Welding Rod

E7014 is an Iron Powder, Titania base stick welding electrode used for welding of mild steel, carbon steel and low alloy steel welding.

E7014 welding rod is similar to E7024 welding rod however it can be used in all welding positions while E7024 can only be used for flat & horizontal welding positions.

Their coating is similar to E6012 and E6013 rods but with added iron powder for higher welding deposition efficiency with higher welding amperage.

This rod is not for radiographic soundness weld. The weld rod is mainly used for fillet welding and structure welding works.

E7014 Electrode Chemical Compositions

The complete compositions of E7014 welding rod as per AWS A5.1 specification is given below:

Chemical ElementComposition (%)
Carbon (C)0.15 max
Silicon (Si)0.90 max
Manganese (Mn)1.25 max
Sulfur (S)0.035 max
Phosphorus (P)0.035 max
Nickel (Ni)0.30 max
Chromium (Cr)0.20 max
Molybdenum (Mo)0.30 max
Vanadium (V)0.08 max
Total of Mn+Ni+Cr+No+V1.50 max

E7014 Electrode Mechanical Properties

E7014 welding electrode has a minimum tensile strength of 70 Ksi (490 MPa), Yield strength of 58 Ksi (400 MPa) and Elongation of 17%.

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Tensile Strength70 Ksi (490 MPa)
Yield Strength58 Ksi (400 MPa)
Charpy V-Notch ImpactNot specified

E7014 welding Rod Specifications

E7014 welding rod specification is AWS A 5.1. AWS A5.1 is equivalent to ASME Section IIC SFA 5.1 specification for carbon steel welding rods.

E7014 welding rod

E7014 Welding Rod meaning

E7014 welding rod means:

  • The “E” in E7014 stands for the Electrode.
  • The “70” means tensile strength in Ksi (thousand pounds per square inch).
  • The “1” means that it can be used in all positions.
  • The “4” shows the electrode’s characteristics.

E7014 Welding Rod Uses

E7014 welding rod is a low penetration, high deposition electrode. It is useful for making large fillet welds. E7014 has a good tolerance to poor fit-up and misalignment.

It is often used for heavy section welding, repair, and maintenance.

The electrode can also be used for high weld deposition and low penetration, making it ideal for large roots.

E7014 welding electrode is easy to use, good arc characteristics, easy ignition and self-detachable welding slag.

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E7014 Welding Positions

The E7014 welding position is a versatile electrode that can be used in all positions.

It is especially well suited for welding in the horizontal, flat and overhead positions.

The E7014 has a smooth arc with little spatter and provides good weld penetration.

E7014 Welding Polarity

E7014 welding rod can be used with AC, DCEN (Straight polarity) and DCEP (Reverse polarity).

It is a versatile welding rod that can run well with AC Welders as well as DC Welders.

E7014 Welding Rod Amperage Setting Chart

E7014 Welding Rod Amperage Setting are:

Diameter (mm)Amperage (A)

Welding amperage for 7014 rod depends on the electrode diameter, welding position, and material thickness.

E7014 Welding Electrode Features

E7014 welding electrode is a type of shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) electrode that is primarily used for welding low carbon steel and some low alloy steels.

It is known for its good bead appearance and easy slag removal. The electrode is coated with a flux that provides shielding from the atmosphere and also helps in the formation of the weld bead profile.

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E7014 electrode is suitable for welding in all positions and can be used in both AC and DC welding power sources. It is typically used in the DC+ (Direct Current Electrode Positive) polarity.

What is the recommended polarity for E7014 welding rod?

The recommended polarity for E7014 welding electrode is DC+ (Direct Current Electrode Positive).

What type of metal can be welded with E7014 welding electrode?

E7014 welding electrode is primarily used for welding low carbon steel and some low alloy steels.
It is suitable for welding in all positions and can be used in both AC and DC welding power sources.

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