Exothermic Welding is a welding that employs molten metal to permanently join the conductors.This improves mechanical, electrical and anti-corrosion properties compared with any mechanical connection. Exothermic welding is the best way to make permanent, reliable and high conductivity connections for any installation requiring an earthing system.

 
 IEEE 837 - Standard for Qualifying Permanent Connections‎
                          ANSI/NEMA CC1
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“Exothermic Welding Process”  is a process for joining two conductors, that employs
superheated copper alloy to permanently join the conductors.

The process employs an exothermic reaction of a copper thermite
composition to heat the copper and requires no external source of heat or current.

The weld formed has higher mechanical strength than other forms of weld,
and have excellent corrosion resistance.

It also does not increase electrical resistance over the lifetime of the installation.

Graphite Mold
Graphite Mold
Weld Metal Powder
Weld Metal Powder
Handle Clamp
Handle Clamp
Standard Exothermic Welding Tools
Standard Exothermic Welding Tools
Ceramic Mold
Ceramic Mold
Exothermic Welding Video
Exothermic Welding Video
GI Steel Wire
GI Steel Wire
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