Cored electrode | Article about cored electrode by The Free Dictionary
cored electrode[¦kȯrd i′lek‚trōd]
An electrode made of metal with a core of flux or other material.
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The ladle uses a cored electrode
through which argon gas is pumped into the domed, gas-tight ladle cover.