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ARC WELDING ELECTRODES

12P40
Austarc 12P - 4.00mm

Easy starting, smooth running, popular all positional mild steel general purpose electrode. Austarc 12P has the extra arc force and fast freezing slag required for vertical down welds. With great operator appeal, it’s the ideal general purpose choice for the ‘one electrode’ workshop.

Typical Applications
Typical applications include welding of general purpose structural steel, galvanised gates and fences, trailers, steel furniture and wrought iron.

 

13S20
Austarc 13S - 2.0mm

Austarc 13S is a popular blue and white striped mild steel general purpose electrode for welding in down hand and vertical up positions. It has a soft and stable arc and produces flat, uniform fillet welds with ease and a self-peeling slag action. Easy to use for less experienced operators.

Typical Applications
Typical applications include structural welding of sheet and plate steel (galvanised or otherwise) and tubular sections, including trailers, duct work, hoppers and storage tanks.

 

13S25
Austarc 13S - 2.5mm

Austarc 13S is a popular blue and white striped mild steel general purpose electrode for welding in down hand and vertical up positions. It has a soft and stable arc and produces flat, uniform fillet welds with ease and a self-peeling slag action. Easy to use for less experienced operators.

Typical Applications
Typical applications include structural welding of sheet and plate steel (galvanised or otherwise) and tubular sections, including trailers, duct work, hoppers and storage tanks.

 

13S32
Austarc 13S - 3.2mm

Austarc 13S is a popular blue and white striped mild steel general purpose electrode for welding in down hand and vertical up positions. It has a soft and stable arc and produces flat, uniform fillet welds with ease and a self-peeling slag action. Easy to use for less experienced operators.

Typical Applications
Typical applications include structural welding of sheet and plate steel (galvanised or otherwise) and tubular sections, including trailers, duct work, hoppers and storage tanks.

 

13S40
Austarc 13S - 4.0mm

Austarc 13S is a popular blue and white striped mild steel general purpose electrode for welding in down hand and vertical up positions. It has a soft and stable arc and produces flat, uniform fillet welds with ease and a self-peeling slag action. Easy to use for less experienced operators.

Typical Applications
Typical applications include structural welding of sheet and plate steel (galvanised or otherwise) and tubular sections, including trailers, duct work, hoppers and storage tanks.

 

16TC25
Austarc 16TC - 2.5mm

Smooth running, basic low hydrogen electrode, developed for all positional (except vertical down) welding, using AC or DC power sources. It has exceptional arc stability and weldability and delivers high quality weld deposits with reliable notch toughness to -40°C.

Austarc 16TC is manufactured using a unique twin coating extrusion process, which means all the arc stabilising elements are concentrated in the inner coating. This delivers significantly improved arc stability and control for all applications.

Typical Applications
The ideal hydrogen controlled electrode for welding carbon, carbon-manganese and low alloy high strength steels used in a multitude of critical and non-critical applications.

Typical applications include pipe welding, single sided weld joints, highly restrained joints, maintenance applications, buffer layer prior to hard surfacing build-up, structural steel and sub zero temperature applications.

 

16TC32
Austarc 16TC - 3.2mm

Smooth running, basic low hydrogen electrode, developed for all positional (except vertical down) welding, using AC or DC power sources. It has exceptional arc stability and weldability and delivers high quality weld deposits with reliable notch toughness to -40°C.

Austarc 16TC is manufactured using a unique twin coating extrusion process, which means all the arc stabilising elements are concentrated in the inner coating. This delivers significantly improved arc stability and control for all applications.

Typical Applications
The ideal hydrogen controlled electrode for welding carbon, carbon-manganese and low alloy high strength steels used in a multitude of critical and non-critical applications.

Typical applications include pipe welding, single sided weld joints, highly restrained joints, maintenance applications, buffer layer prior to hard surfacing build-up, structural steel and sub zero temperature applications.

 

16TC40
Austarc 16TC - 4.0mm

Smooth running, basic low hydrogen electrode, developed for all positional (except vertical down) welding, using AC or DC power sources. It has exceptional arc stability and weldability and delivers high quality weld deposits with reliable notch toughness to -40°C.

Austarc 16TC is manufactured using a unique twin coating extrusion process, which means all the arc stabilising elements are concentrated in the inner coating. This delivers significantly improved arc stability and control for all applications.

Typical Applications
The ideal hydrogen controlled electrode for welding carbon, carbon-manganese and low alloy high strength steels used in a multitude of critical and non-critical applications.

Typical applications include pipe welding, single sided weld joints, highly restrained joints, maintenance applications, buffer layer prior to hard surfacing build-up, structural steel and sub zero temperature applications.

 

16TC50
Austarcd 16TC - 5.0mm

Smooth running, basic low hydrogen electrode, developed for all positional (except vertical down) welding, using AC or DC power sources. It has exceptional arc stability and weldability and delivers high quality weld deposits with reliable notch toughness to -40°C.

Austarc 16TC is manufactured using a unique twin coating extrusion process, which means all the arc stabilising elements are concentrated in the inner coating. This delivers significantly improved arc stability and control for all applications.

Typical Applications
The ideal hydrogen controlled electrode for welding carbon, carbon-manganese and low alloy high strength steels used in a multitude of critical and non-critical applications.

Typical applications include pipe welding, single sided weld joints, highly restrained joints, maintenance applications, buffer layer prior to hard surfacing build-up, structural steel and sub zero temperature applications.

 

16TC60
Austarc 16TC - 6.00mm

Smooth running, basic low hydrogen electrode, developed for all positional (except vertical down) welding, using AC or DC power sources. It has exceptional arc stability and weldability and delivers high quality weld deposits with reliable notch toughness to -40°C.

Austarc 16TC is manufactured using a unique twin coating extrusion process, which means all the arc stabilising elements are concentrated in the inner coating. This delivers significantly improved arc stability and control for all applications.

Typical Applications
The ideal hydrogen controlled electrode for welding carbon, carbon-manganese and low alloy high strength steels used in a multitude of critical and non-critical applications.

Typical applications include pipe welding, single sided weld joints, highly restrained joints, maintenance applications, buffer layer prior to hard surfacing build-up, structural steel and sub zero temperature applications.

 

7725
Austarc 77 - 2.5mm

Smooth running basic type iron powder electrode used for all positional welding except vertical down. This electrode is used where the highest standards are required. Weld features include high ductility, x-ray quality and sub zero temperature impact to -50°C.

Typical Applications
For critical welding applications including repair and maintenance of heavy plate and highly restrained work pieces such as penstocks, turbines, pressure vessels, heavy girders, earth moving plants etc.

 

7732
Austarc 77 - 3.2mm

Smooth running basic type iron powder electrode used for all positional welding except vertical down. This electrode is used where the highest standards are required. Weld features include high ductility, x-ray quality and sub zero temperature impact to -50°C.

Typical Applications
For critical welding applications including repair and maintenance of heavy plate and highly restrained work pieces such as penstocks, turbines, pressure vessels, heavy girders, earth moving plants etc.