Coated electrodes and their classifications, Mechanical Engineering

COATED ELECTRODES AND THEIR CLASSIFICATIONS

Welding technology has changed tremendously over the past decades. Its application is found in all sectors of industries, smaller or larger and welding is instrumental in the development of modern industries. In manual welding several coated electrodes have been developed to cope up with the greater need of reliability and better control of physical and metallurgical properties of welds.

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