EXOTHERMIC WELDING COMPONENTS
The exothermic Welding Process is a simple, efficient method of permanently bonding copper to copper, or copper to steel.
Exothermic welded joint carries more Tensile strength than mechanical connectors, can be quality controlled simply by visual inspection.
The Exothermic connection provides permanent conductivity over the whole of the section due to molecular bonding between the metal surfaces.
This system is very field friendly since it is light and portable, and requires no outside power.
Each Arrestek graphite mould produces a unique type of joint.
Produces high quality electrical connections between different metals (Copper to Copper / Copper to Steel).
Ignition Powder is used to provide initial flame to the weld powder. It is sprinkled on the top of weld powder.
STEEL RETAINING DISC
The disc acts as timing device to allow the welding powder to heat to proper temperature. Steel Disc is deisgned to contain the exothermic reaction to the upper crucible of a mold until the reaction is complete and ready for Welding.
FLINT GUN / IGNITER
Used to ignite & initiate in exothermic reaction.
Used to provide safety high temperature resistant gloves while working in the exothermic reaction.
To clamp the two/three part mould together (or) clamping the mould to the surface to which a connection is to be made.
Used for cleaning the scrap on mould after weld joints are completed.