10 Ways you can use Electro Arc Metal Disintegrators

When you think of a metal disintegrator you probably think of removing broken taps.  Electro Arc metal disintegrators have a variety of uses.  Disintegrating hard metal is easy with our machines!  A minute arc causes the disintegration process at predetermined intervals.  These arcs burn microscopic pieces of your work metal.…

Electro Arc Metal Disintegrators made in Michigan since 1947

Electro Arc is the original manufacturer of Metal Disintegrators based in Michigan.  The company’s founder, Harold Stark patented the AC metal disintegration process in 1942 and opened Electro Arc’s doors in 1947.  Stillion Industries purchased Electro Arc in 2019, and carries on the quality name that Electro Arc metal disintegrators…

What’s the difference between the LBH head and Arcer Disintegrating Head?

In November of 1966, Electro Arc announced the LBH head. A new fast-cutting disintegrator head for removing broken drills and taps. The model LBH disintegrating head incorporated a bearing-mounted, hardened shaft that increases cutting speed by providing extra rigidity. Simple construction reduced the amount of maintenance this head would need…

What Material is Most Efficient in the Disintegration Process?

First of all, what is an Electrode? An electrode is an electrical conductor, Electro Arc electrodes, formerly referred to as Disintrodes, are hollow tubing made of graphite, copper, or Molybdenum. Electro Arc machines will operate with any material that conducts electricity as the electrode. Metal disintegration works on the principle…