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ZeCor Welding procedures

ZeCor Welding procedures

ZeCor Welding procedures

Hi, would anyone have weld procedures for the ZeCor range of materials that could be applied to pipe sections, either using the SMAW or GTAW process or a combination of both?
Regards Pete

RE: ZeCor Welding procedures

We have only ever used autogenous TIG on this alloy.

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P.E. Metallurgy, Plymouth Tube

RE: ZeCor Welding procedures

thanks again; The conductor is aluminum (a good electrical conductor). (* Why neglects the component of z?)
So that at the end we have the component of x on account of the motion along the y-axis.
The conductor is thick (its dimensions 50 * 140 * 10 mm3).
And also the skin effect was neglected because of the movement at low speed.
thank you again

RE: ZeCor Welding procedures

Hello Peter, I have a procedure for GTAW process. Send me an e-mail to: andres.tapiav@usach.cl


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