Month: April 2019

HFT develops new purge monitor

Huntingdon Fusion Techniques developed the PurgEye 600 weld purge monitor to read from atmospheric level of oxygen down to one part per million in one instrument, offering advantages to manufacturers of high-specification products made of reactive metals. The instrument has a full range of measurement reading, meaning no other monitoring equipment is necessary. The monitor has… Continued

SAS’ heavy-duty industrial fume extractor

The Model 500 heavy-duty industrial fume extractor from Sentry Air Systems Inc. removes fumes and particulate emitted from high-volume applications such as MIG, TIG, stick and plasma cutting. The four cleanable Merv 16 filters can be cleaned with compressed air without removing them from the chassis. The 10-ft.-long hinged extractor arm provides exceptional reach and… Continued

Welding pliers from Malco

Malco Products offers Weld-Bonding Axial pliers for securing different types of joints for metal workers, autobody technicians and sheet metal fabricators. The small profile and straight-line motion of the jaws allow the pliers to fit and operate in tight, narrow, hard-to-access spaces. The fast, secure-clamping one-finger release helps users easily and accurately hold two pieces of… Continued

Weldcote announces ceramic flap discs

Weldcote Metals introduced its C-Prime and C-Prime Plus ceramic flap discs. The polyester backing is for aggressive grinding applications that do not require excessive flexibility. The Plus discs feature poly-cotton backing with high-quality ceramic grain, which provides stretch and flexibility. The ceramic grains in the flap discs contain a grinding aid for cooler running temperatures… Continued

Esco introduces prep tool

Esco Tool introduced The C-Hog Millhog O.D. clamping end prep tool, a portable beveling tool for performing end preps on thin-wall tube. The tool evenly distributes holding power to securely mount on the outside of high-purity thin-wall tube and perform chatter-free welding end preps. Maintaining the integrity of the inside of the tube, it can… Continued

Xiris’ software includes new feature

Xiris Automation Inc. released of an expanded version of WeldStudio, its software utility for controlling and displaying images from weld cameras. The latest version includes a picture-in-a-picture (PIP) feature, which allows for an inset window to be created in the camera image. Key areas of interest within the inset window can be set up with… Continued

Hypertherm offers plasma consumable kits

Hypertherm Inc. released consumable starter kits for its XPR X-Definition plasma systems. Available with or without a torch for mild steel and non-ferrous cutting applications, the kits include a variety of consumables for cutting at different amperages, using all of the gas process types supported by the XPR170 and XPR300 systems. The Arc response technology… Continued

Fume extraction systems from ULT

The ULT 200.1 series from ULT LLC is for the removal of laser and soldering fumes, dusts, gases, odors and vapors. The fume extraction systems’ modularity provides high flexibility regarding changing process conditions. The devices can be individually equipped with different filter units, such as for higher pollutant amounts or with activated carbon as needed.… Continued

Wire Wizard introduces robot cable management

Wire Wizard Welding Products offers WizardGear robot cable management products that provide organization, support and protection for all lines and cables attached to robots, including Fanuc iC series robots. Each cable management kit includes 3/0 or 4/0 PowerBall energy efficient welding cable with consolidated copper lugs. Custom kits may be made for various robot manufacturers. The kits… Continued

New welders from Miller Electric

Miller Electric Mfg. LLC  introduces the Millermatic 255 MIG welder and Multimatic 255 multi-process welder that reduce downtime and increase productivity. The inverter welders weigh 84 lbs., 50 percent less than the Millermatic 252 MIG welder. With optional EZ-Latch running gear, the welders are easy to move around the shop or in the field. They can also be quickly disconnected… Continued

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