Resistance Welding Electrodes
What is resistance welding?
When two metals are needed to be joined together, resistance welding will be employed.
Resistance welding is to apply pressure and transfer current to the metal area for some time.
Resistance welding can be divided into several different forms spot welding, seam welding, projection welding, flash welding, and upset welding. The main differences lie in the types and shapes of the welding electrodes.
Application of resistance welding:
Normally resistance welding is used for automotive, aerospace, and electronic appliance applications.
Refractory metals and their alloys are often to be used as resistance welding electrodes for their high electrical conductivity and excellent stability under high temperatures.
We offer all kinds of resistance welding electrodes
Our company is specialized in producing tungsten, molybdenum, and tungsten copper electrodes for spot welding, roller welding, projection welding, and upset welding.
There are two types of electrodes we offer:
1. Solid electrodes
* W, WL10, WL20
* Mo, TZM
* WCu70/30, WCu75/25, WCu80/20, WCu90/10
* Tungsten-heavy metal alloy (DENSIMET®)
2. Cast electrodes (insert electrodes)
* CuCrZr shaft with W, WL10, WL20, Mo or TZM insert
* Cu shaft with W, WL10, WL20, Mo or TZM insert
Why do we recommend our electrodes for you?
1. Our electrodes perfectly meet the requirements of the material which ensure your application properties.
2. Back cast technology ensures 100% connection of electrode and shaft
3. High accuracy of machining