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Gemini manufactures high quality arc welding electrodes. Their true value and high standards come to light as soon as you use the product.

With cutting edge machinery and strict quality control, you can be sure you’re getting a reliable product, every time.

Dynaweld enjoys sole distribution rights to Gemini products in Australia.

Product range

Product range

Dynaweld carries a range of Gemini electrodes, including:

  • General purpose welding electrodes (12, 13)
  • Low hydrogen welding electrodes (LD52)
  • Stainless steel welding electrodes (308L, 309MO316L, 347)
  • Cast iron welding electrodes (Ni98)
  • Hardfacing welding electrodes (H600R)
  • Versatile “Weldall” electrodes (680)
Product range
Applications

Applications

  • General fabrication
  • Repairs and maintenance
  • Agricultural implements
  • Sheet metal and brackets
  • Structural steel work
  • Gates and fences
  • Cattle yards
  • Trailers
  • Petrochemical
  • Earth moving
  • Machinery repairs

 

Warranty information

Warranty information

We stand by our equipment’s reliability and its ability to do the job.

All Gemini machinery supplied directly by Dynaweld, and Dynaweld’s partner distributors, is offered with a 1 or 3 year warranty.

So you can purchase your welding machinery from Dynaweld with confidence.

Specific warranty information can be found on each individual product page and you can register your product here.

Warranty information
Gemini 13 General Purpose Electrodes

Gemini 13 General Purpose Electrodes

  • Smooth running electrode
  • Easy to strike
  • Beautiful weld bead appearance
  • All positions excluding vertical down
Gemini 347 Stainless Steel Electrodes

Gemini 347 Stainless Steel Electrodes

  • Rutile type flux coating
  • Easy to operate
  • Excellent weld bead appearance
  • Handy 1KG pack
Gemini 680 Electrodes

Gemini 680 Electrodes

  • Versatile “Weldall” electrode
  • Crack resistant welds
  • Easy to use
  • Smooth weld bead

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