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Air Carbon Arc Cutting & Gouging Electrodes

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Air carbon arc (CAC-A) electrodes are made from a mixture of graphite and carbon. They are also called carbon arc rods. Each electrode is inserted in the jaws of a compatible arc-cutting torch, and the torch is connected to a power supply that provides current to the electrode. The operator uses the torch to bring the electrode near the workpiece to generate an arc that melts the metal. The torch is also connected to a compressed air supply that delivers a jet of air to blow away the molten material and gouge or cut the workpiece without damaging the underlying material.
Air carbon arc (CAC-A) electrodes are made from a mixture of graphite and carbon. They are also called carbon arc rods. Each electrode is inserted in the jaws of a compatible arc-cutting torch, and the torch is connected to a power supply that provides current to the electrode. The operator uses the torch to bring the electrode near the workpiece to generate an arc that melts the metal. The torch is also connected to a compressed air supply that delivers a jet of air to blow away the molten material and gouge or cut the workpiece without damaging the underlying material.

Pointed, Copper-Coated Arc Gouging Electrodes

Pointed, Copper-Coated Arc Gouging Electrodes

Pointed air carbon arc electrodes are suitable for cutting or gouging scrap metal, removing faulty welds, and other general purpose cutting or gouging applications with manual air carbon arc torches. The electrodes' copper coating improves their electrical conductivity for greater cutting efficiency and cooler operation than uncoated electrodes. The coating also helps maintain the electrodes' diameter at the arc point.

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Jointed, Copper-Coated Arc Gouging Electrodes

Jointed, Copper-Coated Arc Gouging Electrodes

Jointed air carbon arc electrodes can be fed continuously and minimize stub loss in production cutting or gouging operations with automated air carbon arc torches. Each electrode has a connector at its tip that attaches to another electrode that is being fed through an automated torch to allow for continuous feeding and avoid having to stop the cutting process to swap electrodes. The electrodes' copper coating improves their electrical conductivity for greater cutting efficiency and cooler operation than uncoated electrodes. The coating also helps maintain the electrodes' diameter at the arc point.

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