Welding electrode

An electrode is an electrical conductor used to make contact with a nonmetallic part of a circuit.An electrode is a metal wire that is coated. It is made out of materials with a similar composition to the metal being welded. There are a variety of factors that go into choosing the right electrode for each project.Used for welding carbon,stainless steel,& metal.

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Electrodes were designed for the welding Types 304H & 304 where temperature in excess of 700°F (371°C) requires additional creep strength. They can equally well be used for the welding of stainless steel Types 301, 302 and 305. In some cases where the creep ductility of 347 weld metal is a concern, Arcaloy 308/308H electrodes can be used. The basic-rutile thin coating of Arcaloy 308/308H-16 gives an excellent combination of welding performance in all positions and a high resistance to cracking. Operates on AC or DC current.


used for welding base metal for all service temperatures designed for Type 309. Carbon content 0.04% minimum. It can be used for carbon and low alloy steels and stainless steel dissimilar joints

Specially treated and coated for underwater structural repairs.
Excellent bead contour - all position, flux coated SMAW electrode
Fillet welds are flat with good base metal wetting - helps keep undercut to a minimum
Easy slag removal - keeps chipping and grinding to a minimum, lower risk of slag inclusions


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