Phoenix International – the worldwide leader in supplying welding rod ovens
Since 1950, Phoenix International has been a supplier of the welding industry’s most recognizable rod ovens. DryRod® ovens are made in the USA and constructed to be the most durable on the market. Designed to keep the world welding, Phoenix rod ovens’ durability and longevity are unmatched.

In the welding shop or in the field, Phoenix rod ovens help you pass welding inspections

Over the past 60 years, Phoenix International has built up a distribution network able to reach any market. Distributors around the world keep inventory in order to service local markets in the shortest amount of time possible. When a project begins and rod ovens are immediately needed onsite, Phoenix has the local inventory to meet each requirement.

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What's New

Plan NOW to visit us at Fabtech 2015!

As always, we are excited to meet with users of our ovens past, present and future at the largest fabrication show in North America.  This year's show in Chicago November 9th through the 12th is sure to be another great show.  Please stop by our booth, N24037 in the north hall of McCormick Place

Visit us at booth N24037

Follow Phoenix International on Twitter!

Stay up to date on all the latest happenings at Phoenixt International.  We will also share interesting trade articles and periodicals from the welding and fabrication industries.  Follow us @PHXdryrod by clicking HERE now.

DryRod Ovens Featured in Practical Welding Today

Phoenix International wrote "Preventing Weld Defects through Proper Consumable Care," an article that was featured in the March/April issue of Practical Welding Today.

The 40 inch Safetube®: ideal for storing TIG rods

The new 40 inch Safetube TIG rod canister provides short term storage for TIG rods and is ideal for storing 36 inch / 1 meter rods. A wall mounted storage rack accessory is also available, which holds four of the canisters for convenient organization.

Guide to Flux and Electrode Stabilization

Use Phoenix International's Guide to Flux and Electrode Stabilization for rod and flux temperature recommendations