A typical electrode is available in a broad range of different sizes and is either made up of a combination of tungsten and other oxides and elements. It has the highest melting point of any metal so can be used to transfer a welding current to an arc without breaking down or degrading. Each product is colour coded for efficiency and safety. The colour white, zirconiated, is best used for AC welding on aluminium and magnesium. Furthermore, the colour grey, ceriated, is best suited to welding any material. Finally, thoriated tungsten is coloured in red and best used for carbon and stainless steel, nickel, and titanium.
Features and Benefits
• Colour coded tips to ensure that you use the product best suited for your required material
• Has a high melting point to enable the most efficient transfer of welding current to an arc without degrading or breaking down
• Available in a range of sizes to best suit your requirements
• Manufactured by SWP who have place an emphasis on safety, professionalism and quality results
• Suitable for use with steels, nickel alloys and most other alloys
MFR Part No.
DIN EN 26848