Month: February 2016

New Products – February 2016

Saw Flux For Chrome-Molly Steel Hobart Brothers Co. formulated its 160 submerged arc welding (SAW) flux to improve weld quality on chromemoly, creep-resistant steels. This neutral, agglomerated, fluoride-basic flux provides a low-residual-content weld deposit to help reduce the risk of temper embrittlement in high-temperature applications, making it suitable for power generation, petrochemical refinery and pressure vessel applications. It is also usable in step-cooling applications and for SAW… Continued

People and News – February 2016

ESAB Meets Buy America Requirements  ESAB Welding & Cutting Products offers a line of welding filler metals that meet the Buy America provision and are eligible for use in public projects funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA). The Buy America provision requires the use of U.S.-made products for projects funded by the U.S. government and procurements made by U.S.… Continued

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