Application Field

Resistance Welding

Field Introduction


Resistance welding refers to the technology of using the resistance heat generated by the current passing through the weldment and the contact as the heat source, in order to locally heat the weldment and simultaneously pressurize it for welding.

High temperature resistance welding electrodes are mostly made of tungsten copper, which features high temperature resistance, high temperature strength, arc ablation resistance, excellent electrical and thermal conductivity, and fast heat dissipation.

We can provide customers with customized full-grade tungsten copper products.

 

Advantages


■    Diversified means of quality inspection and measurement.
■    Sophisticated product process control.
■    More than 60 years experience in the manufacturing of refractory metals.