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Have you ever wondered what your carbon footprint is and what you could do to help offset it?
Plasma cutting consumables are a set of component in your plasma cutter that gradually wear over time and need to be replaced. Optimum Cutting Performance: Consumables have a life-cycleThe consumables are all found in the cutting torch itself which is … Continue reading
Manufacturers had the need to go large for industrial-scale renewable energy from wind turbines. Maybe creating other environmental issues?
In the early 1980s, manual hardfacing was the primary method of wear protection for ground engaging equipment
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
Finally this week the HSE issues safety alert on welding fumes for SME owners or Welders.
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.
Are you involved in the Cryogenic Liquid and Gas Transportation, Storage and Distribution Industry?
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.