Lincoln Electric can provide a wide selection of welding electrodes. We offer stick electrodes, MIG wires and TIG cut lengths, flux-cored wires, and more. Our company is the ideal source for welding consumables and equipment. We offer everything from welding guns to multi-process welders, training equipment, and weld fume control solutions. We have experience providing welding equipment for a broad array of industries and applications. During our more than 120 years in operation, Lincoln Electric has earned a reputation for excellence. Our vision is to make our customers more productive and successful.
Electrode brands and types
We supply a variety of renowned electrode brands including Fleetweld, Shield-Arc, Jetweld, Jet-LH, Excalibur, Pipeliner, Ferroweld, Chromet, Millennium Arc, and Lincoln.
They include many types of electrodes such as:
- Mild steel, low hydrogen
- Low alloy, low hydrogen
- Pipliner cellulosic stick
- Pipeliner low hydrogen stick
- Mild steel, cellulosic
- Mild steel, Rutile
- Cast iron
The electrodes we offer are of the highest quality and can offer a number of benefits. One example is the Excalibur 7018 MR stick electrodes. These electrodes feature enhanced coating integrity, high bendability, and 60 per cent less moisture pickup when compared to the competition.
Another example is the Blue max LNM 4464 N stainless steel MIG wire. It was designed for joining dissimilar steels and features high resistance to pitting, corrosion, and stress corrosion.
Many of our electrodes also feature a Q2 Lot certificate available online. This certificate provides information including the actual deposit composition and actual mechanical properties.
Lincoln Electric has experience serving customers in many diverse industries such as agriculture, mining, automotive, shipbuilding, and power generation. Just some of the applications for these electrodes include general fabrication, pressure vessels and piping, subsea components, crane booms, bridge fabrication, shipbuilding, fill and cap pass welding for pipe up to X65 grade, and construction and maintenance for nuclear power plants.