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Plasma Transferred Arc Welding (PTA Welding) or Hardfacing - is used to weld a metallic coating to a substrate in order to improve its resistance against wear and/or corrosion

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The Advantages of Stainless-Steel Fabrication

When evaluating materials for a metal fabrication project, many designers and engineers make the mistake of overlooking stainless steel. That’s primarily because of its relatively higher costs – which is quite understandable when you consider that stainless steel is a low-carbon steel which contains a diverse array of alloying elements, such as chromium, copper, nickel, iron, and manganese. (more…)

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Everything You Need To Know About Submerged Arc Welding

The Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) process has been around for over 60 years now as an extremely versatile and well established welding method. The process is suitable for applications where thick steels require long, continuous welds. In this blog post, we’ll discuss the process, operating principle, and advantages of SAW. Operation of Submerged Arc Welding Process SAW involves the formation of an arc that’s created between a continuously-fed electrode and a workpiece. At the start of the welding action, the flow of current in the high resistance path creates intense heat, melting a path of flux surrounding the electrode. This...

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Why Choose TIG Welding? 4 Benefits

Tungsten Inert Gas welding is one of the two most common welding processes. This popular technique utilizes a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce precise welds on various types of metal. Some of the shielding gases used in the TIG welding process are helium, argon, or a combination of them. (more…)

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