Elimination of Backing Gas in Austenitic and Duplex Stainless Steel Welds (HDMTGTAW)

Backing Gas in Austenitic and Duplex Stainless Steel Welds

Using High Deposition Metal Transfer Gas Tungsten-Arc Welding (HDMTGTAW) Open root welding of austenitic and duplex stainless steel with gas tungsten-arc welding (GTAW) is typically performed using an inert backing gas for purging, such as argon, to protect the root pass from atmospheric contamination and oxidation. In many cases, using a backing gas for purging […]

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Automation Unit

Product 10000141 Our Automation TIP TIG equipment is specifically designed for system integrators. Top Features TIP TIG Wire Feeder / Hotwire Supply Interconnects and Cables Input power: 110 VAC 0-10V Interface AVC/OSCILLATION UPGRADE PACKAGE One of the most beneficial aspects about our systems is that it allow you to weld at the lowest welding heat […]

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Compact Vertical Cladding

The TIP TIG Compact Cladding System joints all the power and functionality of TIP TIG into a new design for maximum cost-effective overlay welding on components up to a diameter of 40 in (1.02m) and a maximum weight of 4409 lb (2000 kg). Because of its compact design, the TIP TIG Compact Cladding System is […]

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Pipe & Clad System

TIP TIG advanced Pipe Spool Welding Station The TIP TIG advanced spool welding station joins all the power and flexibility of TIP TIG into a complete solution for the production welding of pipe spools including: the attachment of flanges, fittings and valves. Because of its compact design, this welding automation is an extremely powerful system […]

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Compact Horizontal System

TIP TIG BECKHOFF PLC w/ 12″ Touch Screen Interface. Programs include: PIPE TO PIPE PIPE CLADDING ID / OD LONGITUDINAL SEAM WELDING Included Features: Arc Voltage Control, Auto Electrode Adjustment, Oscillation, Single Layer. TIP TIG AUTOMATION Feeder. TIG 500iDC/160HW Built in. Alum Construction with 80x80mm Beams. Overall Size 2150 x 1000 x 1700mm. Heavy Duty […]

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Robo TipTig

Unique to ABB, this revolutionary new, patent pending technology integrates user-friendly robotics with the TIP-TIG process, enhancing its higher travel speed, lower heat input and better quality welding advantages. The process combines proprietary ABB torch technology and a fully integrated robotic interface. ABB will have a cell outfitted with the TIP TIG Feeder System, a […]

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Portable Units

LARGE & SMALL SUITCASE UNITS The new TIP TIG Portable Suitcase Feeders give you everything you need to operate a portable TIP TIG welding system in more locations than a regular bench feeder system might be able to. With this system, you can make precision welds that no other machine can match and increase your productivity with a […]

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All in One TIP TIG

Product ID 100000060 Top Features TIG cold wire and hot wire welding with dynamic wire feed system Dynamic wire feeding for a controllable weld pool even with positional welding: The wire feeding is superimposed in parallel using a forward and backward movement Up to 300 % faster welding speeds compared to TIG welding Up to […]

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Addressing Welding of Grade 91 (9Cr-1Mo-V) Chromium-Molybdenum Steel’s Challenges

On Tuesday, April 25, Mr. Charles W. “Pat” Patrick will explain how the gas tungsten-arc welding (GTAW) process can produce welds of high quality; however, manual welding is extremely expensive and labor-intensive, requiring skilled welders with extreme hand-to-eye coordination and dexterity. TIP TIG has changed how P91 can be welded for either shop or field […]

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TipTig Partnership with ABB Robotics Featured in Welding Productivity Magazine

The TipTig partnership with ABB Robotics was recently featured in Welding Productivity Magazine. TipTig is a unique process that allows for MIG welding speeds with TIG welding quality. The TipTig Partnership with ABB robotics has created an automated arc welding solution called Robo-TipTig Cell. You can read the Entire Article Here>>>  

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