Welding Cables

Welding Cables

 

Welding cables are used to power the secondary circuit of electric arc-welding generators, the circuit that controls the electrode that emits the charge used to weld. This cable is made from flexible copper wire surrounded by a protective covering that is resistant to flame, heat, oil and abrasions, among other things. While welding cable is not meant to be part of any other system, it has a history of being used for public lighting arrangements
Welding Cables

Uses

Welding cables are used in welding tools, usually as a secondary cable to power the electrode of the welding mechanism. The welder will attach two different cables to his electric arc-welding tool, one cable to power the device and a secondary circuit for the electrode itself. Most arc-welding generators have systems that require this secondary power source for operation. While the welding cable does not provide primary power for the generator or allow it to function, it does allow the electrode to function.

We, As manufacturers of Welding Cables, provide our customers with best quality cables so as to enable sustainability, durability and resistance.  To ensure trouble-free performance of the cables in the field, strict quality control checks are carried out at every stage of cable manufacture, from selection & sourcing of raw materials to in-process inspection right up to the finished products and final packing & dispatch of finished goods. Our welding cables are ISO certified after passing from every test to provide our customers with best quality and satisfaction.

We are committed to continuous quality improvement programmers in all areas in order to provide product and service excellence to customers. In addition, we continue to invest in advanced technology, so that we may continue to improve our processes and systems. We also provide customers with welding cables of their desired specifications.

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