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CS 2"sch std groove joint with manual GTAW at 6 minutes

CS 2"sch std groove joint with manual GTAW at 6 minutes

CS 2"sch std groove joint with manual GTAW at 6 minutes

Welding community members,
I was told that CS 2"sch std groove weld joint with manual GTAW could be done at 6 minutes. Based in my experience that I have with process It could be done at minimum 15 minutes to 20 minutes. This include positioning, tack weld and welding in 2GR position.
How much do you perform sich weld no matter how are the wire diameter and the number of passes ?
I appreciate any contribution.  


RE: CS 2"sch std groove joint with manual GTAW at 6 minutes


6 Minutes Rolled out for a .218" coupon is quick but I think it is possible. It would have to be rolled out and the current would have to be changed as passes were deposited.

I would have to try it.

Gerald Austin
Iuka, Mississippi

RE: CS 2"sch std groove joint with manual GTAW at 6 minutes


Thanks for answer.

If you have time to try !

Thanks again

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