Question: Anyone with experience using 316L welding rods for conductivity sensor probes?

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MadTinker asked on September 12, 2017 17:54
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316L marine grade stainless steel welding rods seem to have all the right characteristics for conductivity sensor probes, including the fact that I have some sitting here in the corner. The price is about $14 for a tube of 1/8" x 36" rods. I think there were originally 10 rods in the tube (not sure though).

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