Mild Steel & Low Alloy Steel Electrodes
Mild Steel Low Alloy Steel Electrodes are strong and smooth in surface quality. These are used for various industrial purposes such as boilers, piping, heavy duty equipment, general maintenance or production fabrication.
Mild & Low Alloy Steel Wire
Mild Low Alloy Steel Wires are strong, crack resistance and smooth in appearance. These are simple to forged and shaped in various machines and pipes as per need of choice.
Flux Cored Wire
Flux Cored Wires have smooth surface, excellent shielding as well as provide welding speeds in fast vertical positions. The steel wires are used for shipbuilding, structural steel, and general steel fabrication.
Aluminium Alloy Filler Wire
Aluminum Alloy Filler Wires are stronger, more ductile and crack resistance. These are simple to weld on other metals and used for steel structural & fabrication applications.
Titanium Alloy Filler Wires
Titanium Alloy Filler Wires are resistance in nature and does not react with any other element. These are grey in color and available in different sizes and compositions with perfect completion.
Industrial Wire
Industrial Wire is mainly used in tough, demanding applications. This wire works in high temperature environments as well as high-voltage uses. It can withstand harsh treatment such as abrasion and contact with flames. This wire is a single, usually cylindrical, flexible strand or rod of metal. This wire is used to bear mechanical loads or electricity and telecommunications signals.
Welding Wire
Welding Wire is slim metallic rod that is ignited to generate a heated arc for the purpose of fusing metal pieces together. This wire is often made of mild steel which is plated with copper to prevent oxidation and to aid in electrical conductivity. This wire is very cost effective and highly durable. 
Welding Rod
Welding Rod is used to refer to electrodes or filler metal that is used to join two other base metals. This rod is commonly used for general-purpose welding of carbon steel. It is a mild steel rod that is coated with a low-hydrogen, iron-based flux compound that vaporizes to shield the molten weld bead from contamination by air and moisture. 

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