BRASS WELDING WIRES

BRASS WELDING WIRES, Copper Brass Bronze Products
BRASS WELDING WIRES, Copper Brass Bronze Products

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The wire used for joining two metals by melting by welding method is called welding wire. In addition, CO2 or mixed gas is used to cut off the contact with the air and provide the arc. This is called welding with gas metal arc welding method. The welding electrode was invented by the Swedish Oscar Kjellberg in the period 1907 - 1914. A wire rod covered a layer of carbonate and silicates around it and dried it. He then welded with the electric arc he obtained from the electric current generator. This practical invention is the most basic form of welding electrode rod in use today. It is specified as Stick Welding Electrode in the literature. The electrodes to be used also differ according to the type of metals. Many objects such as wrist watches, glasses, automobiles, bridges, beds, ships, tanks, missiles, and spacecraft are made up of parts manufactured by welding methods.