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Weld Purge Monitor® for the Nuclear Industry

With the growth of Nuclear Power activities around the World, there is a large volume of stainless steel pipework that will need to be welded to a high standard, with no oxidation that can lead to loss of corrosion resistance.   To meet the higher standards of welding that the Nuclear Industry expe ...

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Posted 5 days agoPress > weld purgingweld purge monitorweld purging technology +2

Fire Sprinkler Systems – Easy Valve Replacement with Qwik-Freezer™

Replacing valves in fire sprinkler systems can be a challenge, especially when the pipelines have liquids running through them. One option is to completely drain the system to make the repairs, which can prove costly, time consuming and problematical as to where to drain the liquid. Pipe Freezing ...

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Posted 12 days agoPress > pipe freezingvalve repiacementhuntingdon fusion +1

Flexible Welding Enclosure® for Welding Titanium and Nickel Alloy

When welding titanium or nickel alloy parts, it is important that the welding zone is purged of oxygen to a level as low as 10 parts per million (ppm). Flexible Welding Enclosures® are available for a fraction of the cost of a rigid welding chamber, providing a technically viable option to the ver ...

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Posted 19 days agoPress > welding chamberwelding enclosureflexible welding enclosure +2

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 ...

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Posted 27 days agoPress > weldingweld purgingback purge +5

Low Cost 1 PPM Weld Purge Monitor® designed for the Process Industries

Due to the constant upward trends in Quality Control procedures, there is growing pressure on the Process Industries to carry out their welding in the absence of oxygen to an ever increasingly lower level. Metals such as stainless steel, titanium, zirconium and nickel alloys are now available to the ...

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Posted 1 month agoPress > huntingdon fusionhuntingdon fusion techniquesweld purging +6
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