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September 22, 2023
During the TIG welding process, the electrode temperature may rise to 5500°F (3000°C) or even higher, so tungsten material, which has the highest melting point and excellent high temperature resistance, is the preferred material for making TIG electrodes. In late September, our company safely delivered the completed High Density Tig Welding Tungsten Rod Electrode to Japanese customers via international express delivery. This is the first time that the other party has ordered our tungsten electrode products. After practical application, they spoke highly of our electrode products, which are excellent in current carrying capacity and welding capacity. Of course, we also have many years of production experience and have great advantages in quality and processing. If you are interested in our metal products, please feel free to contact us by email, and we will provide customers with the most suitable products.
TIG Welding Tungsten Electrodes are made by powder metallurgy, mainly by adding 0.3% to 5% rare earth elements such as cerium, thorium, lanthanum, zirconium and yttrium into the tungsten matrix. Due to the different chemical properties of rare earth elements, the colors of the electrode tips are also various, such as red for thoriated tungsten electrodes, gray for cerium tungsten electrodes, green for pure tungsten electrodes, purple for composite tungsten electrodes, and blue It is a lanthanum tungsten electrode, and the zirconium color is a zirconium tungsten electrode. Although the individual properties of different rare earth elements are different, they generally have the characteristics of good arc stability, high arc pressure, good arc starting performance, good durability, strong conductivity, excellent corrosion resistance and high temperature resistance. Polished Tungsten Alloy Welding Rod Electrode is suitable for almost all welding processes and can be used to weld mild steel, stainless steel, aluminum, nickel alloys and titanium metals, or for pipe fabrication, sheet metal processing or fine parts.