Welding accessories

Welding is not a walk in the park or a tube of cream. There are various welding techniques, and depending on the planned work, you need to select the right type of current and prepare the material for welding differently. The importance of the whole project is evidenced by the protective clothing itself, which must be put on before going to work. However, a massive suit with a characteristic helmet is not everything - in order to weld efficiently and responsibly, you should also buy other welding accessories.

Products from well-known manufacturers Dedra, Import and Powermat

Welding is the physical process of joining materials, mainly metals, by melting them and solidifying them. One method of welding is electric welding with a welder, for which you need to use sheathing electrodes. These types of welding articles provide a solid bond that connects the materials to be welded. The most popular are brand rutile electrolytes Dedra - properly stored, they do not require drying before use, they create a smooth joint, they can be used with both direct voltage and alternating current. Precision is also important in welding. Therefore, we offer other welding accessories - the shop is equipped with magnetic welding angles Import which make it easier to work with the material at a satisfactory angle of inclination and provide a stable grip.

Remember about safety

The high temperature and the dangerous nature of the actions taken (the possibility of burns by hot splashes of molten metal) require the use of professional protective clothing. When welding, use flame-retardant impregnated clothing, gloves made of chrome-plated cow or pig hides (heat-resistant) and shoes with impact-resistant toecaps. The face should be protected with one of the three basic welding accessories:

  • a welding helmet (when long and intense welding awaits us),
  • welding hood (when we need more mobility and freedom to move the head),
  • a shield (if you do not plan long-term welding - the shield must be held to the face with one hand, which limits the movements of the welder).