Diamond Ground Products’ longitudinally prepared pre-ground welding electrodes are made to your exact specifications and offer improved arc starting and stabilitygreater longevity and consistent welds at economical prices.

Applications

Pre-ground electrodes are ideal for strict tolerance applications such as

  • Semiconductors/clean rooms
  • Aerospace
  • Pharmaceutical
  • Nuclear
  • High purity gas and liquid delivery systems
  • and many more…

Pre-ground tungsten electrode materials

DGP have a wide variety of electrode materials in stock (Material specifications and certification are available on request), including:

  • Tri-Mix Tungsten
  • 2% Lanthanated Tungsten
  • 2% Ceriated Tungsten
  • 2% Thoriated Tungsten
  • Cryo-T, Pure, Zirconiated
  • 0.20″ to 1/4″ diameter

Increase weld quality and consistency –
keep your welders more productive!

 

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Why use Pre-ground Tungsten Electrodes?
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  • Extremely consistent finish
  • Excellent electrode life
  • Correctly diamond ground, longitudinally
  • Exceeds all standards set by automatic welding manufacturers
  • Maximum electrode life
  • Ideal for high purity welding
  • Extremely consistent finish
  • Diamond ground and polished, longitudinally
  • Excellent arc starting and stability
  • Lowest shedding surface
  • Inconsistent finish
  • Incorrectly ground
  • Poor arc starting and stability
  • Reduced electrode life
  • Risk tungsten inclusion and potential X-ray defect
  • Involves potentially hazardous hand grinding