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Weld Purge Monitor for On-Site Conditions

Welding on site can pose difficult challenges, including exposure to extremes of heat and cold, harmful sand and dust and even hazardous fumes. Contamination during welding can lead to loss of corrosion resistance and a reduction in strength so control of oxygen levels is crucial.  With another in ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 20 days agoPress > weld purgingweld purge monitoroxygen reader +1

Low Cost Weld Purge Monitor for Welding Titanium

Weld Purging Techniques are now used in most industries especially when welding reactive metals. Whilst the welding torch provides a protective cover to the top of the fusion zone, inert gas coverage is also required at the weld root.  By sampling the gas and testing the oxygen content around the ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 2 months agoPress > purgeye nanoweld purgingback purging +3

Portable 10 ppm Weld Purge Monitor

With ever-improving standards in Quality Control, measuring the oxygen level around welds before, during and after welding reactive metals is crucial.  The hand held PurgEye® 200 is a Weld Purging Monitor® specifically developed and designed for use when welding titanium, zirconium, high specifica ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 3 months agoPress > weld purgingweld purge monitorpurgeye +2

Zero Colour Titanium Welds with the PurgEye® Desk

Titanium is the metal of choice in a variety of industries due to its excellent corrosion resistance to acids, chlorides and salt. Titanium has a wide continuous service temperature range, from liquid nitrogen (-322°F) to 1,100°F and the highest strength-to-weight ratio of any metal. Titanium is a ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 3 months agoPress > purgeyepurgeye deskhuntingdon fusion +2

New: Unique 10 ppm Colour Touch Screen Weld Purge Monitor®

It is essential to monitor the oxygen level when welding reactive metals. Metals that are classed as ‘reactive' (titanium, zirconium and nickel alloys) are sensitive to oxygen when heated. When welding these metals, the oxygen must be purged from the welding zone, down to as low as 10 parts per mil ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 4 months agoPress > purgeyeweld purge monitorweld purging +2

Long Distance Weld Purge Monitoring

Often when welding lengths of tubes and pipework fabrications of 20 metres or more, measuring the purge gas might not always easy. Under these conditions, there is a risk of contamination of the gas exiting the weld zone, leaving the welders uncertain about their welds and welding procedure.  Weld ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 5 months agoPress > purgeyeweld purgingweld purge monitor +1

Welding Titanium with the Low Cost ‘Nano’

Metals that are classed as ‘reactive' (titanium, zirconium and nickel alloys) are sensitive to oxygen when heated. When welding these metals, the oxygen must be purged from the welding zone, down to as low as 10 parts per million (ppm). Weld Purging in this environment will avoid discolouration of ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 7 months agoPress > huntingdon fusionpurgeyeweld purging +1

Advanced Weld Purging with the PurgEye® 200

Metallurgically sound and oxide-free welds are a minimum requirement now when welding stainless steel, zirconium, nickel alloys and titanium. Quality control procedures are in place within most industries and welders are no longer able to ‘guess' when their oxygen level is low enough to begin weldi ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 8 months agoPress > weld puringhuntingdon fusionpurgeye 200 +1

Highly Accurate 100 ppm Weld Purge Monitor for Welding Stainless Steel

Measuring the oxygen level with a Weld Purge Monitor® before, during and after welding stainless steel is crucial to achieve oxide free, zero colour welds that are metallurgically sound. It is important not to use “oxygen analyzers” or “oxygen safety monitors” as they are calibrated for accuracy on ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 8 months agoPress > weld purgingpurgeyeweld purge monitor +1

Low Cost 1 PPM Weld Purge Monitor®

For many years, oxygen monitors and gas analysers have been used for weld purging. These instruments have been designed and calibrated for accuracy at atmospheric oxygen level, but not for weld purging where accuracy is required when reading much lower oxygen levels. With their scientific backgroun ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 1 year agoPress > weld purgingweld purge monitorback purging +1

Highest Quality Welds made with Lower Costs

Welding stainless steel, titanium, zirconium, niobium and other metals sensitive to atmospheric gases, requires oxygen levels to be as low as 10 ppm and in some cases, knowledge of dew point level in the shielding and purging gas. Many welds of this nature are still welded with archaic or home-made ...

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Posted 1 year agoPress > weld purgingoxygen readerweld purge monitor

Handy Purge Monitor, now with PurgeNet™

To remain at the forefront of Weld Purging technology, World leading Weld Purging Experts and inventors of the Weld Purge Monitor®, Huntingdon Fusion Techniques HFT® have launched the updated hand-held PurgEye® 200 Weld Purge Monitor®, now with PurgeNet™. When welding metals such as stainless stee ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 1 year agoPress > weld purgingweld purge monitoroxygen reader +2

Remote Monitoring of Weld Purge up to 1 km away

When welding lengths of tube and pipework fabrications, as well as sections of pipelines of 20 metres length and more, one problem operators face is not receiving a fast and true weld purge reading from the purge zone. Now, for the first time, Huntingdon Fusion Techniques HFT® makes it possible to ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 1 year agoPress > weld purgingweld purge monitoroxygen monitor +2

Introducing PurgeNet™ and Accessories

Monitoring the oxygen level before, during and after welding is essential. Welding in an environment of less then 100 ppm for stainless steel and less than 20 ppm for titanium ensures that welds are free from oxidation. Allowing joints to oxidise when welding then involves mechanical or chemical ox ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 1 year agoPress > weld purgingweld purge monitoroxygen analyzer +2

Keep an ‘Eye’ on your Critical Welds

Weld Purging is the act of removing oxygen from the vicinity of a weld before, during and after welding metals such as stainless steel, titanium, zirconium and nickel alloys. Without Weld Purging, the weld would be left oxidised and discoloured, which could then lead to loss of corrosion resistance ...

Michaela Reay


Posted 2 years agoPress > purgeyeweld purge monitoroxygen monitor +2