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Cold Welding

Cold Welding

Cold Welding

Dear All. Is it allowed to use cold welding (Belzona) to fill in holes inside Dehydrater. appreciate your reply.
Thank you

RE: Cold Welding

Not for structural purposes.

RE: Cold Welding

[quote ELSHARARA][fill in holes inside Dehydrater]
I guess you mean pits. They could be shallow or deep. For deep pits, there is a calculation if repair is required as per API 510.
However, applying belzona is common and easy (temporary measure) but I always prefer weld build up (permanent)!

RE: Cold Welding

Thank you for your replies.

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