JMV provides the finest in permanent bonding in welding in which no external heat or power is required. This has been accepted as the quality method the world over the electrical connections.JMV exothermic weld (JAM WELD) ensures top performance for all connections.
JAM Weld Exothermic Welding offers high current capacity, Low impedance, low system resistance. JAM Weld ensures top performance for all connections, which are mechanically superior, which are preferred for all high current connections. JMV connections are superior to pressure type connections which are subject to variations. JAM Weld create a permanent, homogenous, and molecular cable bond that cannot loosen or corrode for the entire span of the installation.
We offer the finest quality of Exothermic Welding System, which is manufactured in accordance to the industry laid norms. High current capacity, low impedance and easy inspection of connection, make the exothermic welding system highly demanded. Our customers can avail the exothermic welding system in various technical specifications.
Meets or Exceeds:
National Electrical Safety Code(NESC)
Simple & Cost Effective
Easy Inspection of connection
Repeated high fault current tolerant
Weld does not loosen or deteriorate with age
Portable and easy to use
No special skills required
JMV's Jam Weld Exothermic weld can join any of these materials:
Copper Clad Rod
Commercial Iron (MS)
Copper Clad Steel Conductors
#10-through-#25-standard cable conductor
8 mm2-through-1000 mm2 IEC
9 mm Dia to 30 mm Dia Copper Bonded Rods
Rods to tape/bus bar.
Bus bar to above mentioned grounding conductors
Other connections as mentioned below
Insulating joints and flanges are used to electrically (galvanically) isolate cathodic protection pipeline systems against system earth or to divide high voltage interfered pipelines into individual pipeline sections. Cathodic protection systems are electrically isolated until the dielectric strength of the insulation of the insulating joint / flange is reached. The dielectric strength of insulating joints can be exceeded by overvoltage resulting from a lightning strike to exposed parts of a pipeline system or the effects of short-circuit currents of parallel high-voltage lines. This may lead to sparking, leakage or destruction of the insulating joint.
We are the highly appreciated name for offering JAMWELD, an Exothermic Welding Process for permanent Cathodic Protection Connections. Exothermic welded connections are the highly recommended method of connecting Cathodic Protection leads to pipes (steel or cast iron), tanks and structures. Exothermic Welding connections welded the conductors and the structure to be protected so no galvanic corrosion can occur at the interface. An Exothermic welding process is specifically formulated to provide minimum heat effect on steel, which is especially important on thin-wall, high-stress pipes. Exothermic weld connections are also used for header cable taps, conductor splices and terminations, and ground rod connections.