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3 Welding Tips For Purge Equipment

Welding is one of the most important professions in the United States. In fact, the American Welding Society reports that welding affects more than 50% of the products made in America today. Also according to the American Welding Society, there are more than 500,000 welders employed in the United States. But the job isn’t an […] ... Read More

3 Tips To A Successful Purging Process

According to the American Welding Society, more than 500,000 welders are currently employed in the U.S. They use a variety of tools and equipment, ranging from non sparking tools to purge equipment like purge monitors. As one of the more technical and often dangerous jobs, it can be vital to have an understanding of the […] ... Read More

Things To Keep In Mind When Using Non-Sparking Tools

Welding is one of the most important professions in America, with more than 50% of products made in the U.S. requiring it. Everything from cars to furniture and weld on hinges, they all need to have the joints of two metal pieces welded together. But, in some environments, it’s not safe to weld. The sparks […] ... Read More

Why You Should Properly Purge Your Pipes

Welding is an old and effective method of keeping things together. The earliest recorded instance of a welding occurred around 3,500 B.C, which makes it older than even the earliest forms of plumbing. It’s also an important profession, with 50% of all products made in the United States needing some form of welding. But it’s […] ... Read More

3 Different Types Of Plate Clamps And How They Benefit You

When you’re working in the welding industry, you want to have a firm grip on the things that you’re welding. Whether that be a pipe, or a piece of plate, after making the proper purges with your purge equipment (to remove any potential flaws or unwanted bacteria), you generally clamp what you’re working on. These […] ... Read More

What Are Non Sparking Tools?

If you’re one of the thousands of individuals who work in America’s welding, soldering, or related industries (a number that is projected to reach 412,300 by 2024), you’re likely familiar with non sparking tools. But for those who are not, you might be wondering: just what are non sparking tools, and how do they work? […] ... Read More

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