Published 25 Jun 2020
Superior quality, reliability and availability
Weldwell electrodes - Locally Manufactured since 1967. Weldwell joins a long list of Kiwi names heralded for their ingenuity.
At Weldwell we source and use only the best-quality raw materials, and as a result our arc welding electrodes provide the highest quality welding performance and continue to be the go-to electrode in New Zealand for those reasons.
We have strict manufacturing processes are in place to support consistent product quality and reliability. From receiving incoming raw materials to converting those materials into arc welding electrodes, packing and storing them, as well as delivering them to distributors throughout New Zealand and overseas, quality assurance is implemented at every stage.
This quality management system complies to the International Organization for Standardization i.e. ISO 9001:2015. Moreover, our Weldwell structural electrodes carry approvals from different registrar and classification societies, such as Lloyd’s Register International, Bureau Veritas, American Bureau of Shipping and Det Norske Veritas.
We guarantees with confidence that Weldwell arc welding electrodes meet or exceed minimum compliance for increasingly stringent and robust industry standards.
“As demand changes we have the capacity to change what product we manufacture at short notice, not wait for 3 months for new product to arrive,” says Weldwell regional sales manager – Upper North Island, Kerry Williamson.
That's because Weldwell electrodes are locally manufactured, right here in New Zealand, flexibility and availability is second to none.
“You can’t beat the convenience and reliability of grabbing a packet of Weldwell electrodes and heading back on-site to start or finish a job”.
“Knowing that the next packet you use will have exactly the same quality and usability as the last one, gives customers the confidence that they will get the job done right the first time!”
Weldwell electrodes have played a major role in building and construction sector, and maintaining New Zealand’s infrastructure over the course of the last 53 years.
“Power generation plants, bridges, refineries, have all used our electrodes due to their consistent quality and operator appeal,” Kerry says.