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September 2, 2011

6013 Electrodes

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6013 Welding Electrodes are designed for easy operation with a soft arc that make it ideal for sheet metal use. Especially poor fitting applications and general repair on light thickness fabrication. AC/DC electrode works well on low cost hobby type welders.

6011 Electrodes

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6011 Welding Electrodes are popular electrode for utility type welders. Works well on rusty, dirty steel. Deep penetration allows for use on bridges, pressure vessels, farm and road equipment, building structures, tanks and pipe. Similar to 6010, but can be used on AC or DC current. Ideal for use on AC welders.

6010 Electrodes

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6010 Welding electrodes are ideal for deep penetration with a smooth arc and low spatter. Also good for use on farm and road equipment, tanks, piping, wrought iron, building structures, jigs, fixtures and general maintenance. DC electrode positive unit must be run on DC welder.

July 29, 2011

High Frequency (HF) Welders

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Aluminum Welders

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Aluminum welders tend to be developed for straightforward functionality to enable you to get started welding easily and as soon as possible. To guarantee the most effective welds, regardless of whether you obtained a fresh sheet from the warehouse, you must completely clean the metal beforehand. Aluminum as well as other metals with a low melting point, tend to be a bit more prone to surface impurities remaining coming from the welding procedure. If you thoroughly clean all the surfaces this will not be a problem.

Inverter Welders

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Snap-on Welders

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Battery Operated Welders

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Stud Welders

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Stud welders are a kind of welder in which a bolt or possibly nut will be welded to a different metal component. The actual bolts is sometimes automatically fed to spot welder. Weld nuts usually have a flange consisting of simple nubs that will liquefy for making a weld. Weld studs are needed for stud welder equipment. Typically the stud will likely be attached to some flat sheet using the stud as the electrodes. The actual polarity applied in stud welding varies according to the particular metal chosen. Welding aluminum, to provide an example, would probably usually call for direct-current electrode positive. Welding stainlesss steel will would need direct-current electrode negative.

Stud welders employ a variety of flux known as a ferrule, a ceramic ring that will focus the high temperature produced, reduces oxidation as well as maintains the actual molten material within the weld area. Typically the ferrule will be broken off the fastener as soon as the weld is done.

Easily portable stud welding equipment is now also available in the market. Stud welding can be quite adaptable. Common usages consist of vehicle frames, electronic boards, shipbuilding as well as structure development. Shipbuilding is probably the earliest purposes associated with stud welding. Stud welding completely revolutionized our shipbuilding trade. All of the other fabrication market sectors can also apply stud welding for the purpose of a number of applications.

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