New Economical Coupon Cutting Machine for Welding Schools
Written by Bug-O Systems
The PCC-1 Pipe Coupon Cutting Machine from Bug-O Systems is an ideal solution for welding schools and training facilities. The budget friendly machine is available at a fraction of the cost of a standard saddle & elbow cutter. The PCC-1 is used for cutting pipe to a desired length or for beveling the edge of a pipe for weld prep. The machine features a self-centering speed chuck, capable of gripping 0-8" O.D. pipe and 3-11" I.D. pipe. A racking group supports your plasma or oxy-fuel torch which can be setup for square or beveled cuts up to 12" in length. The variable speed control on the PCC-1 can be adjusted from 1-6 rpm. A rotary ground is included on the plasma version and a quick action manifold is supplied on the oxy-fuel version. The PCC-1 is available in both 110 volt and 240 models. Call or e-mail today to learn more: 1-800- 245-3186 x1940.
161 Hillpointe Drive
Canonsburg, PA 15317
Phone: 1-800- 245-3186 x1940
Bug-O Systems / Weld Revolution Partnership Announced
Written by Bug-O Systems
Bug-O Systems Appointed Master Distributor of Weld Revolution SpinArcTM Welding Torches for USA and Mexico
Bug-O Systems is pleased to announce an exclusive OEM and Distribution relationship for SpinArcTM welding torches covering USA and Mexico. Weld Revolution has also appointed BUG-O Systems as a global distributor for their product line. Bug-O Systems provides mechanized welding systems that are fully integrated with Weld Revolutionâ€™s innovative and patented SpinArcâ„˘ welding torches. The integration of the two systems provides a complete solution. Fabricators and manufacturing companies will reduce their costs, increase productivity, and improve their quality by utilizing the advantages of mechanized SpinArcâ„˘ welding.
TIG Welding with Pulse: Why Bother?
Written by Weld.com
Many manufacturers of new low cost TIG machines are pushing the addition of pulse features on their machines. The fact of the matter is, pulse welding isnâ€™t NEEDED all that often, but there are some instances where it is a big advantage.
So what is pulse? To describe it simply, pulse welding will alternate your amperage input from a high setting to a low setting at the intervals in which you dictate. For instance, when you set your machine at 100 amps and 1 pulse per second with a background current of 50%; your machine will go from 100 amps to 50 amps and back to 100 amps every second. So now that you know what pulse is, why would you want to use it?
HFT Releases New Gas Detection / Analyzing Instrument
Written by HFT
For the first time, a unique Weld Purge MonitorÂ® Gas Detection and Analyzing Instrument has been designed and developed that reads from atmospheric level of oxygen down to one part per million (ppm), breaking all technological boundaries in one instrument.
Huntingdon Fusion Techniques Limited HFTÂ® continues to grow its innovation of Weld Purge MonitorsÂ® that were designed and manufactured 40 years ago this September. The PurgEyeÂ® 600 incorporates the features and benefits of all the other Weld Purge MonitorÂ® designs in the HFTÂ® Family Range, but for the first time, this one instrument has a full range of measurement reading from atmospheric concentration (20.94%), down to 1 ppm, accurate to 10 ppm. Readings are indicated either as parts per million or in percentage.