Steel Welding Electrodes

Steel Welding Electrodes Welding is the strongest method for bonding metal to metal. It is a process for joining or fastening two pieces of similar metals (work pieces) by melting and fusing (i) the base metals being joined, and (ii) the filler metal applied. Welding can be done without the use of a filler metal …

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Welding and Joining Processes

Welding and Joining Processes Welding and joining processes are necessary for various engineering activities and in the development of virtually every manufactured product. However, these processes frequently appear to consume greater fractions of the product cost and to create more of the production difficulties than normally expected. There are a number of reasons for this. …

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Production processes for Welded Pipes

Production processes for Welded Pipes Steel pipes are long, hollow tubes which are used mainly to convey fluid or fluidized products from one location to another. They are produced mainly by two distinct production processes which result in either a welded pipe or a seamless pipe. Welded steel pipes are produced with either a longitudinal seam or a …

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