The coating of the basic electrodes consists of iron oxides, iron alloys and above all of calcium and magnesium carbonates to which, by adding calcium fluoride, fluorite is obtained, which is a mineral capable of facilitating fusion. They have a high purification capacity of the base material, so that quality welds with considerable mechanical strength are obtained. Furthermore, these electrodes withstand high drying temperatures, so they do not contaminate the bath with hydrogen.
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