For many years, deoxidized phosphorus copper (DHP) was the preferred alloy for contact tips because of its low cost and availability – it is still in widespread use today. However, for more demanding applications requiring high wear characteristics and resistance to softening, other alloys can give a superior performance and are better suited for the most rigorous arc welding conditions.
Dispersion strengthened copper (DSC) tips are unsurpassed in quality and reliability. DSC tips will maintain their hardness at the highest temperatures and are extremely durable.
Today’s welding industry brings new challenges, especially when searching for the right combination between performance, quality and value. We extend to our customer access to many manufacturers of MIG welding consumables as part of our support.