When we provide electrode welding for your welding needs, we’ll use the latest tools and equipment.
An electrode is a conductor that is used to safely make contact with part of circuit that is not made of metal. In the process of arc welding, electrodes are used to conduct electrical currents to fuse two components together. There are several types of arc welding commonly used in this industry, depending on whether the electrode is consumable or non-consumable. The process of electrode welding was invented over 100 years ago, when the inventor dipped a bare wire into a mixture of silicates and carbonate. This action resulted in the binding of the mixture to the wire, which protected the circuit by acting as a conductor.
Even though the method has been around for many years, electrode welding is still a process that is very well trusted among experienced welders. At Master Metal Fabrication, we understand the value of this type of welding, and it’s something that our team can provide for you. The electrode coating provides several benefits, including improved stability of certain elements contained within the metal pieces, shielding against decomposition, and the presence of additional filler metal to ensure durability and longevity of the finished product.
When we provide electrode welding for your welding needs, we’ll use the latest tools and equipment. You can feel confident that your project is in good hands, whether we’re designing and producing a wrought iron fence to protect your property or welding a staircase for your business. Contact us for a free quote on your custom welding project.