Exothermic welding is a process where an electrical joint is made using chemicals. The process involves placing cables within a mould and igniting chemicals that are placed within the chamber. The resultant exothermic reaction creates an electrically continuous joint, shaped in the form of the mould of the housing.
They include Bar to bar, bar to earth rod, cable to bar, cable to cable, Cable to Earth rod, Cable to reinforcing Bar etc
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