Arc welding with coated electrodes is a manual process where the heat source consists of the electric arc. When the arc strikes between the coated electrode ( by means of an electrode holder clamp) and the piece to be welded (base material), it generates heat which causes rapid melting of both the base material and the electrode (weld material).
The welding circuit
The welding circuit consists essentially of the following elements:
- power source
- electrode holder clamp
- coated electrode
- earth clamp
- clamp and earth cables
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