Tungsten Electrode Supllier

Tungsten Electrode ( Tig Electrode)

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General information

Tungsten electrodes are unsurpassed material for electrodes that consist of cathode, anode and supporting bars. The harsh physical and mechanical qualities that are required for an unmatched functional electrode can be fulfilled by a tungsten electrode. It has the highest melting and boiling point, low vapour pressure, low thermal expansion and great thermal conductivity.

The electrodes must be able to withstand high temperatures and must be able to pass electricity and heat to the body of the electrodes. Tungsten electrodes can be of different kinds such as a complex part of the unit or simple pins. The type of electrodes available depends on the requirements.

M-Kube Enterprise is an Australian company catering customized laboratory products, laboratory consumables and laboratory solutions in Australia, Dubai, India, Indonesia, Malaysia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, the USA, and Vietnam. We are a leading supplier of scientific laboratory consumables, offering in high-purity tungsten products, all available in different sizes (diameter, thickness, and length) for chemistry and science laboratory applications. Our team of experts across different platforms can discuss and customize your requirements as per your needs.

Please reach out to us on [email protected] or call us on +61 478901616 to discuss your projects.

We also provide Tungsten Crucibles, Tungsten Boats, Tungsten Wires, Tungsten Mandrels, Tungsten Foils, Tungsten Sheets and Plates, Tungsten Tubes, Tungsten Rods and Bars, and Tungsten substrates.

Key properties

  • High melting point (3410 °C)
  • Low thermal expansion
  • High electrical resistance
  • Low vapour pressure
  • High density
  • Resistance to oxidation and creep
  • Extreme hardness
  • High tensile strength


Tungsten electrodes possess good thermal and electrical conductivity. It operates in extremely high temperature and is used: –

  • For AC welding like thin gauge aluminium and items less than 0.06 inch
  • For DC welding on carbon steel, nickel, stainless steel, and titanium
  • TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) Welding