The absence of the gas cylinder in the welding circuit, together with the use of cored electrode wires, identifies the welding process without gas protection (SELF SHIELDED WIRE, NO GAS or FLUX); in this case the gaseous protection is obtained thanks to the action of the core which is part of the wire.
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