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BOSSWELD Phoenix Drying Ovens

BOSSWELD Phoenix Drying Ovens

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BOSSWELD Phoenix Electrode drying ovens

• The Phoenix drying ovens have been designed to maintain your Low Hydrogen electrodes at the best possible temperature during use, as it has excellent insulation properties which result in lower heat loss during heating and has an adjustable temperature control which you can adjust to maintain optimum electrode conditioning.

• The construction and design of the Pheonix range of electrode ovens, has taken into consideration the harsh environment which they are used, which will give the operators reliability when it counts.

• The power leads are removable from the boxes and are interchangeable between models, which make it safer when transporting to the job.

• In the range of Pheonix electrode drying ovens, there are four models to choose from, one will have an application which will suit your needs. Why use an electrode Drying oven?

• Excessive levels of moisture in an electrode will be transferred to a weld metal and will cause weld defects such as Hydrogen induced cracking, which is not directly visible and can take some time to be revealed in the welded structure.

• Low Hydrogen Electrodes are designed to have lower moisture levels than General Purpose electrodes and when using these electrodes, to obtain the maximum benefit when using Low Hydrogen electrodes, it is important to have these electrodes conditioned during use. This conditioning will ensure that the moisture content is kept at a critical low level and the electrodes are used in their intended form.

• Once the electrode packet has been opened, the electrode flux is exposed to the environment and will increase the moisture content of the electrode flux. If it has been exposed for a prolonged period, they must be re baked in accordance to the manufacturer’s specification.

• To make sure this doesn’t happen to you, make sure you store your Low Hydrogen electrodes in a BOSSWELD Pheonix electrode drying oven.

• The Pheonix Electrode Drying ovens are designed to maintain electrode condition once the electrodes have been removed from the original packaging

Features

• Strong robust design

• Excellent insulation properties, reducing heat loss

• Adjustable temperature control

• Thermostat knob protection

• 240v 10 Amps supply

• Removable primary lead

• Interchangeable primary lead between models

• 1 year warranty

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Returns for cases of defective/faulty products are assessed and covered by us on a case-by-case basis.

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