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North Bethesda, Md. (USA) – With the introduction of its B2 SC electrodes and fluxes for SMAW, GTAW and SAW of creep resistant, 1.25% Cr, 0.5% Mo alloyed steels, SA-387 Grade 1, ASTM A335 Grade P11 and similar materials, ESAB Corporation now offers a completely modernised line of filler metal formulations for chrome-molybdenum weldments in the refinery, petrochemical, power generation and pressure vessel applications. ESAB launched a line of B3 SC filler metals last year. “ESAB B2 SC and B3 SC filler metals have very strict control of chemistry and very low levels of impurity elements. Weldments have an X-bar, or Bruscato Factor, of maximum 10 to reduce susceptibility to temper embrittlement,” ...
ESAB Launches InduSuite: A Brand-Agnostic Workflow Software Portfolio Solution for Robotic, Welding, and Cutting Operations
North Bethesda, Md. – ESAB Corporation (NYSE: ESAB) announced today the launch of InduSuite (InduSuite.com), a brand-agnostic portfolio of software applications that revolutionizes workflow, quality, and business performance, to help fabricators and manufacturers improve operational efficiency. InduSuite offers three key benefits for mixed fleet customers: simplicity for accessing data and documents with an easy-to-use interface; real-time insight into performance, traceability and workforce accountability; and an unprecedented level of control over metal fabrication operations. “The InduSuite portfolio helps our customers improve efficiency and quality at every step of the fabrication process, ...
ESAB introduced gas-shielded flux cored wires in 1957 and we have more experience than anyone else in the world in developing and manufacturing electrodes.
Flux cored wires come in seamed or seamless versions, and ESAB offers both. In recent years, some manufacturers of seamless wires have propagated myths about seamed vs. seamless wires. This article sets the record straight, then illustrates how ESAB seamed wires provide increased deposition rate of up to 20% and superior low temperature toughness when compared with some seamless types
Technical Difference The traditional cored wire manufacturing process starts by slitting sheet steel into strips and feeding the strip into a series ...
You can only apply so much cutting amperage to a metal plate before excess heat rounds the top edge of the cutting surface and otherwise degrades cut quality. After hitting the limits of cutting physics, the next frontier for boosting automated cutting productivity comes by harnessing the full power of two digital technologies: CAD/CAM programming/nesting software and cloud-based data management applications.
Software that Saves Every cutting table has a CNC controller that coordinates the physical movement of the torch and delivery of cutting power and the shielding and plasma gases, and there are many offline software programs to design part shapes. However, without any ability to optimize ...
- ESAB Launches New Line of B2 Filler Metals For Welding ASTM A335 Grade P11 Cr-Mo Alloyed Steels
- ESAB Launches InduSuite: A Brand-Agnostic Workflow Software Portfolio Solution for Robotic, Welding, and Cutting Operations
- Myths and Facts of Seamed vs. Seamless Flux Cored Wires
- CUT SMARTER ! Digital solutions unlock the full potential of plasma automation systems
- ESAB Adds H4R Classification To OK 48.08 7018-G MMA Electrode For Demanding High Strength Weld Applications
- Filarc 118 MMA Electrode Now Meets H4R Requirements, Offers Exceptional Performance On High-Strengh Steels
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