Electrodes - PLATINUM 12V (General Purpose)
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WHY CHOOSE PLAINTUM 12V ELECTRODES ?
> Excellent Operator Appeal: Very Smooth & Stable Arc, Easy Striking, Low Spatter, Self-Detaching / Easy-to-remove Slag
> User Friendly: Tolerant to Dirty / Rusty Steel & Poor Fit Up
> All-Positional: Fast-Freezing Slag for fillet & butt welding in All Positions, including Vertical Down
> Ideal General Purpose electrode for fabrication, repair, fencing, light structural & more
> Unbeatable Performance on: Mild, Galvanized, Plate, Sheet & Tubular/RHS Steel
> Polarity: DC± or AC±
> Positions: All-positional
> Minimum recommended OCV (open circuit voltage): 40V
> AWS specification A5.1 E6013
> AS/NZS 4855 – B-E43 13 A (Previous Classification AS/NZS 1553.1 E4112-0)
How many rods per pack/KG ?
2.6mm = approx. 50 rods per KG / 125 rods per 2.5kg pkt
3.2mm = approx. 33 rods per KG / 83 rods per 2.5kg pkt
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I would recommend these rods,they sure have an easy to detatch slag and minimal spatter,i ran them against the regular rods I use on both clean steel and rusty and id say the weldclass burnt smoother in both cases,they strike straight up from new or used,definately a rod worth stocking in 2.6 and 3.2mm.
Matthew - NSW
The 12V rods I got with my helmet performed as well as those at twice the price. Will use Weldclass by choice in the future.