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All about Stainless Steel Butt-Weld Fittings

Steel pipes are built mainly for conveying fluid such as oil, water, etc. However, they are built in such a way to avoid leakages and also corrosion. Butt weld pipes are specially fabricated pipes using butt weld method. Stainless steel butt weld fittings are also built in the same manner as to fit onto or into the pipes as the case might be.

  • 21 May 2017

Benefits Of Using Weld Testing

There are many metallurgical testing procedures that will determine the longevity and safety of welded components and structures. These procedures are important when assessing the suitability of components with regard to their intended use and making sure that relevant safety standards and industry specifications are adhered to.

  • 13 May 2017

Jewellery Making Tips - Soldering With Silver Solder

Soldering is the process of fusing or joining two or more metal items together using a flux and solder and incorporating heat as the catalyst. But before you can begin soldering, there are several things to be considered. The design itself must lend itself to soldering, the parts to be soldered must fit closely and the correct solder and flux need to be used.

  • 16 May 2017
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1 Jun 2017
Posted By Bettie W.

Simple Job To Solder Copper Pipes

In the event you find yourself face to face with leaking pipes, it is not too difficult a task to repair them so long as you adhere to a few simple instructions. Safe to say, knowing how to solder copper pipes is not a simple matter of sticking two pieces of pipes together. Firstly, you need to pick pipes of correct size and thickness. Pipe size normally goes by outer diameter size. By subtracting its thickness, you thus arrive at inner diameter size.
15 May 2017
Posted By Cecilia B.

Welders Buying Guide - To TIG Weld Or MIG Weld, That Is The Question

Welding is a friction process used to join metals or thermoplastics by melting and fusing them together. A filler, usually a molten metal or plastic, is used in welding to hold the work pieces together. Welding can be carried out using different energy sources, including a gas flame, an electric arc, a laser, an electron beam, friction and ultrasound.
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19 May 2017
Posted By Clyde P.

Mig Welding: How It Works

How do you mig weld? It is not that hard. That is if you know the basics.To start with, you need to decide on either solid wire with gas shielding or gasless mig wire to use. The best choice would be the one without gas to mig weld at home. When using solid wires you need to pay for both the gas and the bottle. This is the case in Australia. But if you are in America, then you may not be charged any monthly fee for your gas bottle as you can buy and own your own bottle.
30 May 2017

TIG Welding Aluminum - Tips for 2f Tee Joints

See a more detailed article here http://goo.gl/no3bfR Visit the WeldMonger Store http://weldmongerstore.com/ Tips for TIG welding aluminum Tee joints.

30 May 2017

Stick Welding Tips Vertical 7018

visit the store http://weldmongerstore.com/ see a more detailed article here http://goo.gl/b36Ikj Tips for a 3g vertical uphill plate test using 7018 electrodes.

14 May 2017

Mig Welding Basics 2

for a detailed article on mig welding basics go here http://goo.gl/eh5nB2 In Part 1 of Mig welding basics, I asked for comments so that I could make sure not to ...

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