PRODUCTS & SERVICES

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16 October 2020

DEALING WITH magnetism in components is one of the most complex tasks in welding technology. In its latest whitepaper, EWM AG shows how to overcome this challenge. Users will find tips and tricks for degaussing components as well as instructions for reliable welding in practice.

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21 October 2020

TODAY'S DIGITAL solutions allows fabricators to drive continuous improvement in four key areas, as ESAB explains.

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30 September 2020

FOR THOSE who need enhanced multi-process welding capabilities and portability in harsh industrial environments, ESAB Welding & Cutting Products has introduced its Aristo 500ix inverter-based welding power source and Robust Feed Pulse and Robust Feed U6 wire feed systems.

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30 September 2020

WILLIAM HUGHES has come to the aid of an automotive tier-one seat manufacturer, a mission made possible by the company’s broad skill set and advanced capabilities in the world of complex wire forms.

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30 September 2020

EMERSON HAS launched a new laser welder platform that provides high mix and batch manufacturers of plastic components with greater production capability, without compromising product quality or performance.

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03 August 2020

ESAB Welding & Cutting Products has globally introduced Cryo-Shield Ni9, a Ni Cr Mo alloy flux cored wire used for all-position welding of 9% Ni steel LNG fuel and storage tanks with 100% CO2 shielding gas.

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30 July 2020

Laser cladding can be used to mitigate the impact of environmental and operational factors on the performance of many heavy vehicles and machinery components, explains TLM Laser.

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30 July 2020

New EU regulations on the eco-friendly performance of welding machines come into effect from 1st January 2021. Engweld explains what this means for businesses carrying out welding.

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17 June 2020

A wide range of Siegmund tables and clamping systems are available in the UK from distributor, Surface Technology Products (Surtech).

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12 June 2020

Siegmund modular tables and tools are designed for forming, clamping, assembly and welding. They are flexible, hard wearing and indestructible, according to Surface Technology Products (Surtech).

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21 May 2020

New from Wilkinson Star is the F-Tech Fume technology range of high vacuum fume extraction systems and welding torches.

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27 May 2020

Compact, lightweight and powerful, the inverter-powered Caddy Mig C160i and C200i from ESAB are simple to operate, semi-automatic and ruggedly designed to bring industrial welding performance to even the most remote locations.

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09 April 2020

Selecting and specifying appropriate respiratory protective equipment can seem daunting with so many factors to consider. Engweld's solutions meet relevant safety standards and cater for specific requirements.

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03 April 2020

It has been more than 12 months since updated health and safety regulations were released by HSE following the reclassification of mild steel welding fumes as a human carcinogen. Now, HSE has released an updated best practice guide on welding fume extraction.

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16 March 2020

ESAB’s Dual Shield Prime is a family of seamless, low-hydrogen (H4) non-copper-coated flux cored wires that combat moisture absorption in humid environments, delivering impact toughness to -60°C.

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16 March 2020

New from Wilkinson Star, F-Tech Fume technology range of high vacuum fume extraction systems and welding torches meets HSE welding requirements.

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18 February 2020

Specialist welding equipment supplier, Westermans International, has installed eight TIG welding units for Midlands Group Training Services (MGTS) at its premises in Redditch. These follow seven similar units that it provided for the company’s Coventry facility.

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06 February 2020

Siegmund modular tables and tools from Surface Technology Products (Surtech) are designed for forming, clamping, assembly and welding. They are aimed at companies who use, manufacture and store jigs and fixtures and who have a remit to make savings on cost and time.

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05 March 2020

ESAB’s Dual Shield Prime seamless, low-hydrogen (H4) non-copper-coated flux cored wires combat moisture absorption in humid environments, delivering impact toughness down to -60°C.

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30 January 2020

Tecmach variable height welding benches meet the needs of precision fabricators who require robust high quality equipment to support their manufacturing operation.

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FEATURES

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25 July 2019

Telford based automated systems manufacturer Bauromat, one of Kawasaki Robotics leading integrators, has recently supplied and installed a robotic welding system to precision pressings and stampings experts Clamason Industries of Kingswinford. Clamason are an ISO 9001 / 14001 accredited supplier to industry and are well known across the automotive and medical sectors.

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21 March 2019

Simon Hodge, consultancy group manager at Bureau Veritas explains what companies can expect in light of the HSE's recent action to increase awareness of the hazards posed by welding fume.

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10 January 2018

The importance of quality welding in a vast range of fabrication processes, from widely used MIG and TIG equipment to specialist facilities such as orbital systems, needs little emphasis. Yet, according to Claire Spillane, company secretary at Westermans International – a company that has been involved in the industry for almost 60 years – major investment in new equipment may not always be the best option

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24 April 2017

Specialist manufacturers and suppliers of components such as wiring harnesses are increasingly turning to Telsonic’s ultrasonic wire splicing technology as an alternative to more traditional methods of joining wires. In this article, Telsonic’s Martin Frost explains why he believes the shift to ultrasonics is occurring and the benefits that can be realised

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26 July 2016

There are several ways in which manufacturers seeking to improve welding productivity can boost throughput. However, unless the process is considered in detail by someone who truly understands welding, there is a risk that higher throughout could come at a cost, as ESAB explains

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20 July 2015

On a busy production line, time is money. The last thing anyone wants is for machines to grind to a halt – especially if it’s because of a ‘stock-out’ which, with better planning, could have been prevented. Charles Foster, joint managing director at welding supplier Foster Industrial, explains how a new stock management system can help end ‘stock-outs’ and why using a single specialist supplier makes financial and administrative sense

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13 January 2015

Advanced MIG/MAG power sources are capable of controlling arc parameters more precisely and dynamically than ever before thanks to high computing power and finely tuned components designed to perfectly complement one another. Fronius has developed new characteristics and functions that, it says, permit a more stable arc and a simplified welding experience

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30 July 2014

There are many potential hazards to which welders are exposed. In this article, Rob Brill of diversified technology company 3M, focuses on protection for the head

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16 April 2014

TAG Energy Solutions, based on the North East coast of England, has invested £30m over 18 months to kit out a state-of-the-art production facility to serve the renewable energy sector. Included is welding automation equipment – totaling more than £2m – from ESAB UK.

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25 July 2013

Gas welding and cutting equipment includes everything from flashback arrestors and single/multi-stage regulators to blowpipes, nozzles, hoses and accessories. When looking to invest in any of these products there are a number of points to consider to ensure safe, reliable and economic operation, as ESAB explains.

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04 March 2013

Steel and aluminium were long thought impossible to join together permanently by thermal means. Here Gerd Trommer explains how Fronius partnered with steelmaker Voestalpine to develop a sheet made of both steel and aluminium, joined by Froniuss thermal joining arc process, CMT (Cold Metal Transfer)

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13 June 2013

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11 June 2013

Fronius U.K. Ltd provides the UK welding market with solutions for MIG/MAG, TIG, electrode, laser, plasma and resistance spot welding and automation.

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