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Welding Accessories
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   Booth / Curtain       General safety enclosure for working in or behind and isolating welding process from unprotected areas. 
   Feeder       Feeders push or move filler alloy material into the weld zone for fusion with the workpiece. Weld feeder types include wire feeders, spool feeders, and powder feeders. 
   Flashback Arrestor       Flashback arrestors utilize check valves to prevent the reverse flow of gas. 
   Grounding Clamp       Ground clamps connect the grounding wire to a surface or grounding point, and allow dissipation of welding current while minimizing arcing. 
   Pipe Alignment / Welding Clamps       Pipe alignment clamps, also referred to as pipe welding clamps, are used to align and secure two sections of pipe so that the joint may be welded. 
   Torch Handle       Handle for a welding gun or torch. Handles frequently contain integral hose fittings and valves or regulators. 
   Tube / Circumferential Welder       Machine for the automated rolling of pipe and tube while being welded. 
   Turning Roll / Rotator       Large positioner with wheels for the manual or motorized positioning of pipe and tanks. 
   Weaver / Oscillator       Weavers or oscillators move the bead back and forth perpendicular to the weld length while transversing the part. 
   Weld Backing       Weld backings allow full penetration welding and more efficient one-sided welding on heavy sections. The use of weld backings can help ensure x-ray quality welds, full penetration welding from one side, single or multiple passes, and uniform back bead of finished quality while eliminating defects, costly rework, gouging, backgrinding and additional material handling. Weld backings are made of metallic or non-metallic (ceramic) materials. Ceramic or non-metallic backing bars do not become part of the finished part. Metallic backings are typically integrated into the finished part. 
   Weld Enclosure / Glovebox       Protective safety box or flexible structure to contain and isolate welding gases and parts from the operator. 
   Weld Sensor       Weld sensors measure and provide feedback for important parameters, such as current, temperature, and force, in welding processes. Some are displacement sensors used to detect position and orientation for consistent nut placement, etc. 
   Specialty / Other       Other unlisted welding accessory. 
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Process Type
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   MIG (GMAW)       The gas metal arc welding (GMAW) process is commonly known as the metal inert gas (MIG) process.  MIG welding is also referred to as short circuit transfer.  The MIG arc-welding process joins metals by melting base and filler metals with an arc struck between a consumable filler metal wire and the base alloy work piece. The filler metal wire or consumable electrode is continuously fed and fused with the work piece. Externally supplied gas or gas mixtures provide shielding. In normal MIG, no metal is transferred across the arc. Metal is only deposited when the wire actually touches the work across the arc from the electrode to the weld puddle 
   TIG (GTAW)       The gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) process is also known as the tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding process. The TIG welding process joins metals by melting base and filler metals with an arc struck between a tungsten electrode and the work piece. The tungsten electrode should not become part of the completed weld in normal operation. Argon inert gas or inert gas mixtures are used for shielding. 
   Plasma       Plasma arc welding is similar to TIG (GTAW) welding except a more collimated plasma stream is used to fuse work pieces with or without filler alloys. The torch delivers a high level of heat to a small area producing a high quality weld with a minimal heat affected zone. The tight plasma stream is created by initiating the arc and plasma within the electrode, forcing the stream and arc through a small orifice and transferring the arc to the work piece. 
   Submerged Arc       Dedicated plasma cutters or a stick welder capable of using carbon rods for carbon arc cutting. 
   Multi-process       Wire feeders suitable for use with several types of welding. 
   Other       Unlisted or specialized type of wire feeder. 
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