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On-Site Weld Purge Monitor® with PurgeNet™

Welders often face difficulties when working under the conditions experienced on-site. When welding critical joints on-site the challenges might come from exposure to extremes of heat and cold, harmful sand and dust and even hazardous fumes. Therefore using an expensive Weld Purge Monitor® in such c ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 3 months agoPress > weldingweld purgingback purge +5

Weld Purge your Heat Treated Pipes Confidently with HotPurge®

High strength steel joints must pre-heated prior to welding and also require a post-weld heat treatment. Weld joints of this nature are often purged of oxygen and welded in an inert atmosphere to reduce the risk of ‘sugaring', an imperfection that could allow metal pieces to break off inside pipewor ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 3 months agoPress > weld purgingback purgingpurge welding +4

Purge with Extra Options

Weld purging is the act of removing oxygen from the vicinity of a joint with an inert gas. It is essential when welding metal tubes and pipes made from titanium, stainless steel, chrome and nickel steels where a high strength joint or an exceptionally clean and smooth joint is needed. For example in ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 4 months agoPress > weldingweld purgingback purge +5

World Standard Weld Purge Monitor®

To ensure non-oxidised, zero colour welds are achieved when welding metals such as stainless, duplex and chrome steels, titanium and nickel alloys, a Weld Purge Monitor® (oxygen monitor) must be used to measure the oxygen level before and during welding. The World Standard PurgEye® 100 IP65 Weld Pu ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 4 months agoPress > weldingweld purgingback purge +6

Safer pipe Weld Purging for closing welds

Weld Purging a variety of pipes of different diameters can prove complex and costly, particularly when having to fill whole pipework systems with expensive argon gas. One solution that welders have traditionally devised has been to construct homemade foam or paper dams that are placed either side of ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 4 months agoPress > weldingweld purgingweld purge film +2

Successful Gas Tungsten Arc Welding with MultiStrike®

Tungsten is a rare metallic element used for manufacturing gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) electrodes. Tungsten Electrodes are available in a range of sizes and lengths and are made up of either pure tungsten or an alloy of tungsten and other rare-earth elements and oxides. Choosing an electrode dep ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 4 months agoPress > weldingweld purginghuntingdon fusion +3

Rapid Purge your Pipes with QuickPurge®

Weld Purging is the act of removing oxygen within the vicinity of a joint when welding, especially when joining metals such as stainless steel, nickel alloys, titanium, zirconium etc. However, completely filling tubes and pipes with expensive inert gas such as argon for weld purging is time consumin ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 4 months agoPress > rapid purgeweldinghuntingdon fusion +4

New Weld Purge Monitor® with PurgeNet™

When welding metals such as stainless steel and titanium, it is essential to measure the oxygen level before, during and after welding using a Weld Purge Monitor® (oxygen analyzer). To remain at the forefront of Weld Purging technology, World leading Weld Purging Experts and inventors of the Weld P ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 5 months agoPress > weldingweld purgingweld purge monitor +4

Safer Welding with MultiStrike®

Tungsten Electrodes are used when arc welding with the Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) process or Plasma welding. It is necessary to grind tungsten electrodes after they have touched the molten weld pool or the filler rod to the tungsten, which is not only time consuming but can also be a hazard to health. ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 5 months agoPress > weldingback purgingmultistrike +3

Flexible Welding Enclosure® for Welding down to 10 ppm

When welding titanium and zirconium joints it is important that the welding zone is purged of oxygen to a level as low as 10 parts per million (ppm). A flexible welding chamber is available from Huntingdon Fusion Techniques HFT® for a fraction of the cost of a rigid welding chamber. Flexible Weldin ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 5 months agoPress > huntingdon fusionweld purgingback purge +5

QuickPurge® your pipes for perfect welds

Time is money. Welders, supervisors, welding engineers, quality control personnel and others are kept waiting, sometimes for many hours, for stainless steel or titanium pipe joints to be purged of oxygen ready for welding. Weld purging is necessary to reduce the oxygen content below 50 parts per mil ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 6 months agoPress > weldingweld purgingquickpurge +2

Welding of Vacuum Tubing and Piping

Welds in tubing and pipework for vacuum systems should have many important characteristics. They ideally need to be manufactured from stainless steel, leak tight, the joints should have full penetration with excellent sidewall fusion, there should be no porosity and the finish should be free from ox ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 6 months agoPress > huntingdon fusionhuntingdon fusion techniquesHFT +4

No Lost Purge During Welding

Weld Purging stainless steel and exotic metal pipes before, during and after welding is necessary and welders often construct their own purging device made from wood, foam or paper. These unsuitable dams may leak or slip from position, flooding the welding zone with oxygen and resulting in an unsuc ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 6 months agoPress > weldingweld purginghuntingdon fusion +1