E4043 Aluminium Arc Welding Rods PP13507


Revolutionary DC aluminium welding electrodes.

These will weld cast, extruded, billet and most other forms of common aluminium alloys and are great for repair and fabrication

Aluminium electrodes with 5% silicon for assembling and repairing aluminium or its alloys. Ideal for automotive, marine, and chemical work.

The finished weld can be extremely strong and full penetration is easy to achieve - the resulting weld is easily machinable and can be very attractive.

These rods are designed to be used with a +VE (positive) electrode holder.

They will work with any good quality DC inverter welder with an open circuit voltage of around 60V or higher.

For even easier starting our Aluminium Special DC arc welding plant is available just get in touch.

Excellent quality welding is possible even on thin aluminium sheet - the technique requires practice but fantastic results are achievable.

Relevant standards:
DIN 1732 EL-AlSi5
AWS A 5-3 E 4043

Ignition at 60 V
DC: Polarity (+) to the electrode
Ø mm 3.2

Mechanical Specification
Rm 110-160MPa
Rp 0.2 (MPa)
A 5 d >15%
Hardness ~50HB

Chemical Composition
Si 5.00%
Mn <0.50%
Fe <0.50%
Al Base

Common Grades
G-AlSi6Cu4 3.2151, AlMgSi1 3.2315, G-AlSi5Mg 3.2341, G-AlSi7Mg 3.2371, AlMgSi0, 5 3.3206, AlMgSi0, 7 3.3210, AlMg1SiCu 3.3211

This pack is supplied as shown, and contains 5 PCS.
(packaging shown may vary)

All items are dispatched immediately after purchase by 1st class Royal Mail, or airmail if you are buying from outside the UK. Please contact us and let us know if you require parts to be delivered the same day - this is available at extra cost.

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