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Top 4 Plasma Cutter Gases

If you’re looking to make quick, smooth and clean cuts through a variety of metals a plasma cutter is your best solution. Plasma cutters can be used with a manual hand torch or fitted to a CNC cutting table often … Continue reading

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Wind Tower Turbine Changes

Manufacturers had the need to go large for industrial-scale renewable energy from wind turbines. Maybe creating other environmental issues?

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Stud welding for wear plate

In the early 1980s, manual hardfacing was the primary method of wear protection for ground engaging equipment

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Stud Welding in Milliseconds

Stud welding is one of the more popular welding methods based on its speed, accuracy, reliability, and visually appealing aesthetics. This article covers the three different processes of Stud Welding, the benefits of each, and the tools and equipment involved … Continue reading

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Safety Alert on Welding Fumes

Finally this week the HSE issues safety alert on welding fumes for SME owners or Welders.

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Measure Twice, Cut Once

The old adage “measure twice, cut once” is as important for plasma arc cutting operators as it is for carpenters. The phrase could be reworded to “inspect twice, cut once” for the plasma industry.

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Vessels and Tanks

Are you involved in the Cryogenic Liquid and Gas Transportation, Storage and Distribution Industry?

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Flange Welding

Flange Welding – the Process and Equipment The most used flange types acc. to ASME B16.5 are: Welding Neck, Slip On, Socket Weld, Lap Joint, Threaded and Blind flange.

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Why, What and Should I become a Welder?

Should I become a Welder? What is the work like? Welding is a method of providing a high strength joint in metallic components. It does this by melting metal to form a bridge between the parts to be joined.

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TAG Welding

What is TAG Welding? These guys seriously know what they are talking about. Or do they?!

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