Welding electrodes (MMA).
Rutile electrodes are used for welding carbon steels, used in the field of assembly and repair work. They are characterized by stable arc and excellent slag removal.
The basic electrodes are used for welding critical structures made of carbon and low-alloy steels, also operating at low temperatures. These electrodes are characterized by high mechanical properties of the weld metal.
Stainless electrodes are used for welding high-alloy steels with various chemical compositions, used in various fields of the chemical industry.
Hardfacing electrodes produce hard deposit resistant to abrasive impact. These electrodes are recommended to use in the welding of the parts which work in abrasive conditions.
Special electrodes are used for welding special alloys and metals such as cast iron, aluminum and others.