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Bent Electrodes 7526

Bent Electrodes 7526

Part No: 7526

$89.00
Bent Tip 16mm Diameter CRC61

Bent Tip 16mm Diameter CRC61

Part No: CRC61

$66.00
Bolt 2 M8 B2

Bolt 2 M8 B2

Part No: B2

$5.00
Point Extension Pieces PO8/5

Point Extension Pieces PO8/5

Part No: PO8_5

$295.00
Spot Welder Tip Holder Kit EH12 25 x 300mm

Spot Welder Tip Holder Kit EH12 25 x 300mm

Part No: EH12X300mmKIT

$315.50
Spot Welder Tip Holder Kit EH9   25 x 200mm

Spot Welder Tip Holder Kit EH9 25 x 200mm

Part No: EH9X200mmKIT

$290.00
250mm Straight Arm Set 7502

250mm Straight Arm Set 7502

Part No: 7502

$197.00
350mm Straight Arm Set 7510

350mm Straight Arm Set 7510

Part No: 7503

$260.00
500mm Straight Arm Set 7504

500mm Straight Arm Set 7504

Part No: 7504

$340.00
Copper Washer Double fold CW58

Copper Washer Double fold CW58

Part No: CW58

$7.70
Locking Chuck

Locking Chuck

Part No: C10

$49.50
Spot Tip - Single Sided

Spot Tip - Single Sided

Part No: EB10X100

$27.95
Spot Tip - Single Sided

Spot Tip - Single Sided

Part No: EB12X80

$43.87
Spot Tips - Pulse Tip

Spot Tips - Pulse Tip

Part No: EB1161

$120.45
Swivel Faced Electrodes SH125C

Swivel Faced Electrodes SH125C

Part No: SH125C

$185.00
Tip Holder PT240

Tip Holder PT240

Part No: PT240

$39.05


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Spot Welder Tips & Electrodes Description

What is electrode or tip in spot welder, and the material suitable for resistance welding?

Electrodes are important factors in the resistance spot welding process. The most burnt part due to high temperature impact. It is important to select the electrode material (shape size tip profile and cooling). Electrode materials are mainly copper alloys with a small percentage of alloying element to improve hardness, while maintaining good conductivity. The most common materials are Class 2 (e.g. copper/chromium or copper/chromium/zirconium) and may be used for low carbon and high strength steels in general. Higher conductivity alloys, such as copper/zirconium and dispersion strengthened copper, show some benefits when welding coated steels as they provide less surface heating because of their low contact resistance. Tungsten/copper, tungsten, or molybdenum are used for applications such as projection spot welding inserts.