Copper Alloy Brass (Solder) (AWS Ecusn-C)The copper alloy brass welding electrode is used to welding of similar and dissimilar metal, such as copper, brass and gear bronze, hard-surfacing of axle vanes of ships, hard facing or repairing of cast iron.
1. Details about the Copper and Copper Alloy Welding Electrode (AWS ECuSn-C)
Place of Origin: Zhejiang, China (Mainland)
Brand Name: Ocean Welding
Model Number: ECuSn-C copper alloy brasswelding electrode
Material: Copper / Copper Alloy brass
Application: Welding of Copper Structures
2. Packaging & Delivery
3. Our services
Inner packing for copper alloy brass
1) 2.5mm x 300mm, 1-5kg/ plastic bag+ inner box
2) 3.2mm x 350mm, 1-5kg/ plastic bag+ inner box
3) 4.0mm x 350mm, 1-5kg/ plastic bag+ inner box
Delivery Detail:within 25 days after confirmation
OEM is acceptable
Samples can be provided for free.
Product Display Package
Lin'an Dayang Welding Material Co., Ltd., located in the western part of Hangzhou, was established at the beginning of this century. We possess a production line of oil pressure unit, which can produce 5000 ton stainless steel welding electrodes. Our company owns rich technical resources to design, research and mainly produce special type of electrodes with complete models.
The electrodes are mainly exported and the amount is up to 2000 tons per year on average. Our customers are mainly from Germany, Indonesia, Singapore, Philippines, Vietnam, Thailand, Bengal, and Egypt. They think highly of our products all the time.
In the days of 21st century, we will be stricter with ourselves and have continuous technical innovation which will spur us on to higher quality products for our users. Customers at home and abroad are sincerely invited to visit, call and hold talks on internet.
|Model Number|| AWS ECuSn-C|
| Brand Name|| Ocean Welding|
| Size|| 2.5mm 3.2mm 4.0mm|
| Applications|| Welding of similar and dissimilar metal,such as copper,brass and gear bronze,hard-surfacing of axle vanes of ships,hard facing or repairing of cast iron.|
|Chemical composition of deposited metal(%)|