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Talking About Welding Equipment and Techniques

Hi there. I’m Nina. Welcome to my website about welding. The process of welding together metal takes a lot more than a hot iron and some metal wire. There are many different machines and practices people use to carefully and skillfully weld together metal. With the right techniques, you can create truly beautiful welds that hold up to the test of time. The strong metal welds are often stronger than the two metal pieces they join together. I would like to use this site to talk about the different types of welding equipment, techniques and safety gear used for this exciting industry. Thanks for visiting.

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Talking About Welding Equipment and Techniques

    Tips to Help You Select the Right Air Compressor, Blasting Media, and Protective Gear for Sandblasting Metal

    Removing rust or paint from a metal surface can often be a difficult job. But sandblasting to remove rust or paint using pressurized air and propelled grit can help you complete the job quickly. If you have rust or paint you want to remove from the surface of an old bicycle, vehicle, or shed, you can do it at home with the right tools and information. Here are some tips to help you select and use an air compressor, protect yourself during the sandblasting work, and decide what type of sandblasting media you need.

    6 Important Facts About Making Concrete Control Joints

    Like any newly finished project, a freshly poured slab of concrete is a beautiful sight, free of cracks and wear and tear. Unfortunately, it won't stay like that for long. Concrete control joints help prevent unwanted cracks in your concrete. If you have a concrete project, check out these six facts you need to know about control joints. Control Joins Are Controlled Cracks No matter what anyone tells you, you can't prevent concrete from cracking, but you can control where the cracks appear with control joints.

    How to Inspect & Clean an Inverted Bucket Steam Trap in a Boiler System

    Steam recovery from condensate is important to maintaining a high-efficiency operation when using a boiler. It is mechanically simple and reliable, and is a proven performer in steam/condensate separation processes. However, as with all mechanical devices, periodic inspection and maintenance is important. Below is a step-by-step procedure for performing these tasks: Tools & Materials Needed Ratchet and socket set Steel wire brush Plastic bristled brush Replacement gasket Clean bucket Acetic acid or other mild acidic solvent Screwdriver set Shop towel Mineral spirits Eye protection Gloves Directions