you might be able to wait for semi-automatic Butt Fusion Welding Machine 人氣: 47 回覆: 0
socket fusion tool kits is broken down into three categories of machines, based on the electrode material and the shielding gas type. SMAW is the simplest process, which stands for shielded metal arc welding. An electrode holder clamps a long metal electrode coated in a flux mixture. An arc is struck between the electrode and the work piece. The electrode metal is deposited to fill the weld, and the flux burns and creates a shielding gas. GTAW welding, or more commonly referred to as TIG welding, stands for Gas Tungsten Arc Welding. GTAW welding employs an inert gas, usually a mix of argon and co2 to prevent the weld from being contaminated by oxidation. The Tungsten in GTAW stands for the tungsten electrode that is used to support the welding arc.
Manual machines are part of the hydraulic range of butt fusion machines. They are suitable for welding polyethylene pipes for gas and water pipeline projects and also polypropylene pipes used in industrial applications.
If you are a weekend warrior welder tinkering in your garage, you might be able to wait for semi-automatic Butt Fusion Welding Machine supply to pick it up and fix it for you....no big deal, so you won't get your brother in laws lawnmower deck fixed for a few more days (he is a jerk anyway).
But what about those of us who are facing a deadline for completing a real paying welding job? If you are in that boat with me, then you know you either need a spare welding machine, or you need to be able to fix your problem quickly and get to welding again.
Miller Electric has a reputation for really good customer support. With a 3 year warranty and availability of parts, Miller can usually get you up and running quickly. And the best thing about them is that they seem to have common sense... And They will usually even work with you in the grey areas.
I am sure there are manual operation Butt Fusion Welding Machine brands available like Lincoln or Esab that offer good customer service but my experience has mostly been with Miller Welders and Miller's Reps...and so far so good.