Electrode: An electrode is a solid electric conductor that carries electric current into non-metallic solids, or liquids, or gases, or plasmas, or vacuums. Electrodes are typically good electric conductors, but they need not be metals.
Welding Machine: Welding is the process of joining two materials like steel, aluminum, brass, stainless steel, plastic or polymer and fusing them. Welder is the equipment used in welding. In this type of welding, a consumable electrode coated in flux is used to lay the weld. Electric current is provided by the welding power supply.
Welding cable: Welding cable is designed for use in electric arc-welding machines to power an electrode, a specially designed metal rod, that conducts a charge. The charge carried by the electrode is needed to produce an electric arc, the heat source, between the electrode and the metals being welded.
Welding Holders: The electrode holder connects to the welding cable and con- ducts the welding current to the electrode. The insulated handle is used to guide the electrode over the weld joint and feed the electrode over the weld joint and feed the electrode into the weld puddle as it is consumed.
Welding Hoses: Hoses are used across industries to transfer various types of fuel gases for welding and cutting. Fuel gases such as acetylene, propane, and butane utilize different types of welding hoses. A clamp helps lock the gas on the hose end of the nipple.
Welding Accessories: Welding gloves, aprons and helmets, dust masks, extraction systems and other safety equipment. Chipping hammers and wire brushes. Gas nozzles and contact tips for MIG/MAG welding. Tungsten rods for TIG/GTAW welding. Abrasive discs for angle grinders. Electrodes for resistance spot welding. Angle grinders. Electrode drying ovens.