welding cables

welding cables

A pair of electric cables supplying power from a welding machine to the work being done; one lead connects the machine with the electrode holder, the other lead connects the machine to the work.
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Recommended applications include factory automation and robotics cables; control and instrumentation cables (TC, PLTC, ITC and CIC); custom appliance wires; flexible cords (UL 62), including electric-vehicle charging cables; portable power cables used on construction sites; stage lighting cables; and welding cables.
According to police, the suspect cut through the fence and took scrap metal and welding cables to sell.
The target company, with 2011 sales of about USD25m and adjusted EBITDA of USD6m, produces secondary power connectors, including electric arc furnace cables, resistance welding cables, industrial high-performance copper bus bars and accessories, and other high performance power conduction devices and accessories.
Cable Boost saves energy by re-using the inductive energy generated in the welding cables in the welding process instead of allowing that energy to be wasted as heat and power loss.
Portability, an important feature of the Caddy Mig C160i, has now been enhanced by the unique and carefully designed welding cable management system, which means that the Caddy Mig together with its welding cables can be carried in a safe, easy and efficient way.
Typical applications include welding cables, electrical insulation and connectors, appliance components and automotive components.
Tools and accessories embrace everything from welding cables and electrode holders through to hand tools, trolleys and drying ovens.