TIG Flux Coated Bronze Electrodes

3/32" x 36" x 1lb

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What Are TIG  Electrodes / Welding Rods?


With electric arc welding, a major use for the welding rod is as a consumable electrode that also generates heat in the workpiece. An electrical discharge from this electrode provides heat that melts both the electrode and heats the base metal. TIG welding is an electric welding process that uses a non-consumed tungsten electrode to provide heat, with the Welding rod added manually. This is more like gas welding as a process, but with a different heat source. The welding rod has an outer flux coating which protects the metal from damage, stabilizes the arc, and improves the weld. When joining two pieces of metal together, electrodes are used to create an electric arc. The two metals heat and melt, fusing together in a stronger bond.

 

These are a pound (1lb) of 36" Flux Coated Bronze TIG Electrodes with 3/32" Diameter.

 

Low fuming bronze flux coated is a general-purpose, copper base alloy brazing rod used extensively for gas brazing steel, copper alloys, cast iron, nickel alloys and stainless steel. It's low fuming characteristic and good mechanical properties make this alloy a widely used general-purpose product. LFBFC comes with a flux coating so no additional flux is required. Preheating is recommended for some applications.

 

 

Features

  • Excellent welding characteristics
  • Precise control of wire chemistry
  • Minimal contamination of wire surface during manufacturing process
TypeTIG Electrodes
Diameter3/32''
Length36''
Weight1 lbs
CoatingFlux
MaterialManganese Bronze
Tensile Strength65,000 PSI

 

What Are TIG  Electrodes / Welding Rods?


With electric arc welding, a major use for the welding rod is as a consumable electrode that also generates heat in the workpiece. An electrical discharge from this electrode provides heat that melts both the electrode and heats the base metal. TIG welding is an electric welding process that uses a non-consumed tungsten electrode to provide heat, with the Welding rod added manually. This is more like gas welding as a process, but with a different heat source. The welding rod has an outer flux coating which protects the metal from damage, stabilizes the arc, and improves the weld. When joining two pieces of metal together, electrodes are used to create an electric arc. The two metals heat and melt, fusing together in a stronger bond.

 

These are a pound (1lb) of 36" Flux Coated Bronze TIG Electrodes with 3/32" Diameter.

 

Low fuming bronze flux coated is a general-purpose, copper base alloy brazing rod used extensively for gas brazing steel, copper alloys, cast iron, nickel alloys and stainless steel. It's low fuming characteristic and good mechanical properties make this alloy a widely used general-purpose product. LFBFC comes with a flux coating so no additional flux is required. Preheating is recommended for some applications.

 

 

Features

  • Excellent welding characteristics
  • Precise control of wire chemistry
  • Minimal contamination of wire surface during manufacturing process

TypeTIG Electrodes
Diameter3/32''
Length36''
Weight1 lbs
CoatingFlux
MaterialManganese Bronze
Tensile Strength65,000 PSI

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