Electrode's role and material analysis
Electrode is a kind of welding electrode, mainly used in Electrolyzer equipment, such as BiTAC Electrolyser, Chlorate Electrolyzer and Chromium Salt Electrolyzer, etc., because it is sleeved on the electrode connecting rod, it is called Electrode.
Under normal circumstances, Electrode is made of chromium-zirconium copper, and some of it is made of diffused copper. After many times of welding, the worn parts need to be repaired and replaced, which is a direct consumable for welding. In the process of processing, Electrode uses chromium zirconium copper the most as raw materials. It is to add the right amount of chromium and zirconium to pure copper, which will more effectively increase the hardness of Electrode and the high temperature softening temperature, and the conductivity is better. Electrode with dispersed copper is mainly used for welding of galvanized sheets. Chromium will react with the zinc in the galvanized sheets to a certain extent, which can generate substances similar to copper, which has a great influence on the quality of welding. This problem can be solved by dispersing copper.
There are two ways to test Electrode, one is a destructive test, and the other is the opposite, which is a non-damage test. Mainly are the mechanical performance inspection of Electrode master batches and welding materials.
Electrode's welding process is an inspection for Electrode itself. This is not only related to the quality of the product, but also directly reflects the quality of the manufacturer. The welding process is to check whether the non-welded joints have quality problems. The Electrode that has been sold less has quality problems. This leads to welding accidents.