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Standards and Technical Documents - Welding -- Guidance on the measurement of preheating temperature, interpass temperature and preheat maintenance temperature -- ISO 13916:1996
Description: Requirements for the measurement of preheating temperature, interpass temperature and preheat maintenance temperature for fusion welding. Also applicable to other welding processes. Does not apply for the measurement of post weld heat treatment temperatures.
Supplier: ESAB Welding and Cutting Products
Description: White powder for cleaning aluminum at welding temperatures. Active from 1080°F to 1350°F. Performs to AWS A5.31, Type FB1-A and AMS 3412D
- Fluxes & Cleaners: Welding Flux
- Approvals / Conformance: AMS, AWS
Supplier: Weld Wire Co., Inc.
Description: ER410NiMo wire is used primarily to weld cast and wrought material of similar chemical composition. Recommend using preheat and interpass temperature of not less than 300F. Post-weld heat treatment should not exceed 1150F, as higher temperatures may result in hardening.
- Alloy Type: Steel - Stainless
Supplier: Siemens Process Instrumentation
Description: Overview The high-pressure welding-type resistance thermometer with connection head and neck tube is suitable for the temperature range from -50 to 540 or 550 °C (-58 to 1004 or 1022 °F) and can also be supplied with a built-in temperature transmitter.
- Sensor Type: Temperature Probe
- Element Material: Platinum
- Reference Resistance: 100 Ohms (Most Common)
- # of Lead Wires Per Element: 2, 3
Supplier: Leister USA
Description: High welding performance Digital display of temperature, speed and voltage Extra-practical one-handle operation Steplessly adjustable welding pressure Controlled temperature and drive
Supplier: Goffs Enterprises, Inc.
Description: Protect Against Welding Sparks, Grinding Sparks, Molten and Hot Metal Debris, Torch Cutting Spatter, and Extreme Temperatures with Goff's Weld Blankets! Product is ideal for use on surfaces that cannot have an abrasive material cover. i.e.automobile surfaces, glass, upholstery, plastics
Supplier: U.S. Alloy Co.
Description: used for welding alloys subjected to low temperatures such s found in industries involved with liquid ammonia, propane and other gases. More specific uses would include cast and wrought air-hardenable steels.
Description: Features There-piece trunnion mounted body; Full bore design; Bi-directionaltightness; Bearing protected shafts; According to API 6D Technical Specification DN:DN50～DN800 PN:PN10~ PN420 ANSI150LB~2500LB Connection:Flanged,Butt Welding Temperature℃:-29~120; -29~230; -40~560 Sealing
- Agency / Standard: API, ASME, DIN, ISO
- Valve Type: Ball Valves, Servo Valves
- Actuation: Electric, Electro-pneumatic, Pneumatic
- Fire Service: Yes
Supplier: Sulzer Metco
Description: Sulzer Metco is a trusted supplier of braze alloys designed to meet most of the industrial, OEM and aerospace specifications. The range of braze alloys we produce covers most melting temperatures and high service temperature applications. Our manufacturing method of dry gas atomization creates
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Goffs Enterprises, Inc.
. Improves working conditions. Easily slides out of the way when not needed. Helps to control contaminants, temperature, odors, sound and light. Safely Protects personnel on other side from welding sparks and UV Light. Easy to install, clean and replace. Five-year warranty on curtain/Lifetime warranty on all hardware. Features of Goff's Curtain Walls Include: 14 or 18 oz vinyl coated polyester fabric with 14 mil Weldview PVC section. Curtains meet California State Fire Marshall Standards. Double... (read more)
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UNIFLOOR E automatic welding machine
Leister ’s UNIFLOOR E automatic welding machine is designed for quick and easy welding of floor coverings made of PVC-P, PE, linoleum and other modified thermoplastics — without any reconfiguration — at nearly 25 feet per minute. Digital display of both set and actual values of welding speed, temperature and air flow. Electronically-controlled heating. Steplessly controlled air flow. Weld multiple floor coverings without reconfiguration. Automatic start. Integrated wall switch... (read more)
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LaserStar Technologies Corporation
Advanced Laser Welding Workstations
a traditional bonded joint. LaserStar laser welding workstations offer "space-saving" versatility while incorporating a state-of-the-art compact cooling system. The result - a significant pulse energy advantage while maintaining minimum water cooling temperatures and 24-hour operational performance. Our commitment to electrical design efficiency ensures the highest level of hot-light energy transfer from the LaserStar source through the laser welding chamber. 7000 Series... (read more)
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Centryco Sewn Bellows
Special “split ” bellows are available with a zipper closure to eliminate machine disassembly and downtime. Sewn Bellows are offered in a variety of materials and material thickness ’ with superior abrasive resistance to accommodate various applications including protection from most industrial contaminants, high-temperature, and welding sparks to name a few. (read more)
Browse Accordion Bellows and Protective Boots Datasheets for Centryco Inc.
Accurate, Convenient, Inexpensive CD Welders
Portable capacitive discharge (CD) welders are the most popular system employed by users for fabricating thermocouple temperature sensors. Their ease of use by casual operators and the light weight, small size, minimum power requirements, flexibility and quick welding characteristics make them the favored choice for sensor fabrication in product testing and heat treating applications. Capacitive discharge units generate a high temperature welding arc so tungsten and platinum high temperature... (read more)
Browse Arc and Resistance Welders Datasheets for DCC Corporation
WHY CD WELDERS????
See Video!. WHY CD WELDERS????. Portable capacitive discharge (CD) welders are the most popular system employed by users for fabricating thermocouple temperature sensors. Their ease of use by casual operators and the light weight, small size, minimum power requirements, flexibility and quick welding characteristics make them the favored choice for sensor fabrication in product testing and heat treating applications. Capacitive discharge units generate a high temperature welding arc so tungsten... (read more)
Browse Arc and Resistance Welders Datasheets for DCC Corporation
Forged Ball Control Valve for Oil and Gas
. Connection:Flanged,Butt Welding. Temperature?:-29~120; -29~230; -40~560. Sealing: Metal seat, Soft seat. Tightness Class: Class IV, V, VI. Body Material: (1)A105 (2)F304 (3)F316 (4)F316L. Actuator:Pneumatic,Electricmotor... (read more)
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|9320098||PLC Radwell||Medar||Controls & Indicators, Temperature & Process Control||WELDING CONTROL|
|059322||PLC Radwell||Miller Electric||Controls & Indicators, Temperature & Process Control||CONTROLLER WELDING|
|059322||PLC Radwell||Miller Welder Parts||Controls & Indicators, Temperature & Process Control||CONTROLLER WELDING|
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The Effects of Frequency in HF Welding (.pdf)
for the tube mill engineer to follow. Those interested in the details of the theory. and its derivation should consult the paper cited in the end notes. How the “Vee” Heats to the Forge Weld Temperature: Let’s consider the typical pipe and tubing, high frequency induction welding. situation where
Applying Sensors and Cordsets in Welding Environments (.pdf)
and needs. to be replaced, and so on down the line, this spirals into a productivity. issue, not to mention a gross cost concern. One of the most common applications where resistance welding. occurs is in the automotive industry, where it is used to fuse parts. of the car body. The welding temperatures
When Brazing Beats Welding
Brazing is an economical method for making strong, permanent metal joints. Compared with welding, brazing requires relatively low temperatures, is readily automated, and can join dissimilar metals. Brazing filler materials come in a wide range of compositions, shapes, and sizes to suit most
by applying heat and pressure. The temperature is usually below the melting point of the materials joined. Hot-press, ultrasonic, diffusion, and explosive welding are examples of solid-state welding. Fusion welding methods, chiefly gas, arc, and resistance, are the most widely used and are less restrictive
New "window " of opportunity for e-beam welding
Window. Beam temperatures exceeding 10,000 C produce the brilliant, blue-white light. The beam source is about 3-ft high and 15 in. in diameter so it is able to mount on a robot arm or be fitted to multiaxis NC machinery. Besides welding, the same system will be capable of drilling small holes
Optimizing the Welding Process (.pdf)
. the process or present as a plating or coating. Soldered joints are typically. The first consideration in designing. achieved at temperatures less than 400°C and brazed joints such as Sil-Phos. a quality welding solution is the proper-. materials melt at temperatures above 400°C. ties of the materials
What is Hot Plate Welding?
of the melt temperature, excellent weld strength, ability to weld large, complex parts, and ease of attaining hermetic seals. The simplified diagram below shows the stages in the hot plate welding process: Parts are loaded in their nests. The heated platen moves forward between the parts. The parts contact
The Friction Welding Process
Initially, parts are loaded into the friction welding equipment. Experienced friction welders control this rotational movement (friction) through a series of unique parameters: After the three parameters are established, they're recorded and stored for use throughout the entire project. Using
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Temperature Distribution during Friction Stir Spot Welding of...
effects of welding parameters on temperature distribution of magnesium alloy AM60B during Friction Stir Spot Welding (FSSW). The welding parameters
ASTM A234 / A234M - 11a Standard Specification for Piping...
ASTM A234 / A234M - 11a Standard Specification for Piping Fittings of Wrought Carbon Steel and Alloy Steel for Moderate and High Temperature Service
Thermite - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Most varieties are not explosive but can create brief bursts of high temperature in a small area.
Soldering - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Soldering differs from welding in that soldering does not involve melting the work pieces.
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WELDING RESEARCH Behavior of Welded Joints of Creep- Resistant Steels at Service Temperature Creep-resistant steels were examined in an attempt to