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Alloy flux, in submerged arc welding, is a flux containing ingredients that react with the filler metal to establish a desired alloy content in the weld metal. See also active flux and neutral flux.
As an example, an alloy flux could be flux that can be used with a plain carbon steel electrode to make an alloy weld deposit.
- "Alloy Flux." Standard Welding Terms and Definitions. A3.0:2001 ed. Miami: American Welding Society, 2001.