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Arc welding gets its name from the electric arc created between an electrode and the base material used to melt the metals at the welding point. The current can be either direct (DC) or alternating (AC) current, and the electrodes can be consumable or non-consumable.

EWI offers in-depth experience in arc welding, along with a history of advancing the field through technical innovations aimed at improving our customers’ production efficiencies. Our Arc Welding team works with conventional and hybrid arc systems, and is highly skilled in all of the various arc welding, surfacing, and cutting technologies.

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