Exothermic Welding Accessories
We manufacturer, supply and export Exothermic Welding Mould and Its Accessories across World.
Exothermic Weld Accessories Required for Exothermic Weld Process:
1) Graphite Mould for having Exothermic Weld
When making a copper wire connection of Ground rod or other metal connection, place the Weld powder into the graphite mould. Just ignite to start the Weldinging process. The result will be clean and smooth connection surface. It is also applicable for other metal such as: Iron, Galvanized Steel, Railway track, Cast Iron, Bronze, and Brass. It can be used in various applications to have the certainly good connections in work. Such as Lightning and Surge Protection, Grounding in Electrical Work, Railway Construction, Cathodic Protection.
The connection mould is designed to last for an average of 60 to 100 connections. This will vary according to the care given the mould during use.Graphite mould is made of high quality graphite suitable for high quality Weldinging work and can be used for several times.
2) Mould Handle Clamp (Universal)
For most connections involving lugs, cable or rectangular bus, exothermic handle clamps are used.
These will fit 90% of all standard exothermic molds. Normally we recommend One Handle for every two mouldsThese are manufactured by the professionals using high quality raw material. These Mold Handle Clamp conform their adherence with the industry standards.
3) Steel Metal Disk
Steel discs are very important. The disc acts timing device to allow the Exothermic Welding powder to heat to proper temperature. Steel Disk is designed to contain the exothermic reaction to the upper crucible of a mold until the reaction is complete and ready to Welding. One Metal is must for every shot
4) Exothermic Weld Powder
Exothermic Weld Powder is the most reliable and consistently-performing Welding metal available with us.
Quality validation steps are taken for every lot we produce. Upon final acceptance, our Welding metal is specially packaged in moisture-resistant plastic cartridges with special closure caps. Then the cartridges and required metal discs are packaged in moisture-resistant boxes.
Our standard packing for Exothermic Weld powder is the following –
- Moisture Free Packing in Foil
- Firstly Exothermic Weld powder is in the tube and starting powder / Ignite Powder is in tube at the bottom of Exothermic Weld powder as shown in diagram
All sizes of Welding metal are available.
Standards Size Packing available are – 15 Grams, 25 Grams, 45 Grams, 65 Grams, 90 Grams, 115 Grams, 150 Grams, 200 Grams, 250 Grams
5) Ignite Powder (Starting Powder)
Ignite Powder is also known as Starting Powder and is required and is must. Sprinkle little Starting Powder on theMouldfollowed by the Exothermic Weld powder and again sprinkle it little on the Top Side of Mould. Than Ignite starting powder with a spark gun. This results in exothermic reaction and the Welding powder melts to molten copper alloy. The molten copper alloy melts the retaining disc and flows into the Welding cavity where it partially melts the conductors.
Ignite Powder of 2-4 grams is sufficient for this Process.
6) Hand Gloves
Gloves is required for safety purpose as the Exothermic Weld Powder melts at more than 1400 degree Celsius. We recommend a Pair of Gloves for Every 150 to 200 Joints.
7) Flint Gun
Gloves is required for safety purpose as the Exothermic Weld Powder melts at more than1400 degree Celcius. We recommend a Pair of Gloves for Every 150 Joints
8) Brush (Soft and Hard)
It is designed with the advantages of safety and convenience. It is used to ignite Starting Powder in order to result in exothermic reaction. We recommend one Flint Gun for every 100 Shots
9) Slag Removal Tool
It is used to remove the metal Scrap from Mould after the Welding Process is done. We recommend One Slag Tool for Every 200 Joints.
10) File Card
It is used to clean the objects to be welded. We recommend One Slag Tool for Every 100 Joints.
11) Sealing Compound
Sealing Compound is used to fill the gap on the mould where the conductor is passing We recommend 1 Kg Sealing Compound for Every 100 Joints.
12) Flame Torch
Graphite absorbs moisture from weather. So there is a need for propane torch to dry out the inside of the mould thoroughly on both sides, therefore heating the mold to approximately 250 degrees Fahrenheit We recommend using one
Flame torch for Every 200 Joint and than use the refiling.
13) Safety Glass
Safety Eye Glass should be wear to protect eyes.
We recommend one Glasses for 500 Joints –
Graphite absorbs moisture from weather. So there is a need for propane torch to dry out the inside of the mould thoroughly on both sides, therefore heating the mold to approximately 250 degrees Fahrenheit We recommend using one Flame torch for Every 200 Joint and than use the refiling.