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Welding Industrial in Coventry

Industrial Welding - Key Processes Explained

There are several methods of industrial welding. These include:

Gas Fusion Welding 

This is primarily used for welding cast iron. It uses a welding process that melts the core metals at the join. The original part is throughly cleaned, prepared and welded using a gas fusion welding rig with the addition of a flux. The flux protects the metal from contamination. The final weld will be equally as strong as the original metal and, once cl;eaned, is virtually invisible. 

Metal Stitching

Metal stitching is a process using a metal pin and lock to repair a crack or break. The main benefit of metal stitching is being able to undertake the repair in situ. This is a major benefit for machinary on ships and oil platforms.

The main component of metal stitching is the stitching pin. These pins have evolved over many years from simple threaded bolts through tapered pins to the highly sophisticated threaded fasteners available today.

The other key element is locks. They are primarily used in industrial repairs.

Locks have also evolved over the years and have been created in many shapes, sizes and strengths.

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Industrial Welding

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