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Exothermic welds for cathodic protection

The exothermic welding process is a simple and safe method which does not require an external source of large heat or electric power for making copper to copper, copper to steel or steel to steel connections for the conduction of electricity.

The exothermic welding equipment

Very little time or skill is necessary for making reliable connections by using exothermic welding process. Being light, portable and requiring no outside power source, this method is ideal for making cable to pipe connections in Cathodic Protection works.

Weld powder

a mixture of copper oxide and aluminium packed in plastic tubes

Graphite mould

Comprises a crucible, a tap hole and weld cavity. The exothermic reaction takes place in the crucible, the molten copper is directed by the tap hole into the weld cavity, which is designed to allow easy removal of the mould from the finished joint. This design prolongs the mould`s life to allow approximately 75 joints, on an average, depending upon the level of care in use

Mould holder

The mould holder can secure different types of moulds and should be ordered separately according to the type and size of joint required

Cable cleaner

Designed for cleaning circular conductors, i.e. rods and cables

Standard tool kit

  • File card brush for cleaning conductors;
  • Flint gun for starting the reaction;
  • Mould scraper for removing slag left in the crucible after a join has been made;
  • Mould brush for final cleaning of the crucible, tap hole and weld cavity after making the joint;

Datasheets

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