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Why silicone hoses are better

Why silicone hoses are better

3 Important reasons why Silicone hoses is better than Rubber hoses: Silicone’s resistance to Heat  esp for high temp applications such as radiator hose areas that don’t have much air flow so the silicone with stay supple for longer and resist cracking and...

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Bolts Thread blog

Bolts Thread blog

Bolt blog 101   Today’s topic: Thread Types and Sizes   The most common thread sizes in bolts you come across are in 3 categories. Imperial, metric and whitworth. As a rule imperial is used mostly on American and canadian equipment. Metric (becoming...

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How do plasma cutters work

How do plasma cutters work

A little science 101 to start. There are for states of matter, solid, liquid, gas and today’s fav, plasma. Plasma is a super heated gas. It can be any type of gas, nitrogen, oxygen or normal air. Plasma cutters work by super heating air using an electrical...

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5 Welding tips – Tip size

5 Welding tips – Tip size

SIZE DOES MATTER One of the biggest welding maintenance mistakes we see is people using the same size tip and same size wire together. That brings us to the subject of ‘fusing’.Having a fused contact tip is frustrating! The older the wire, liner and tips...

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Tips to a perfectly prepped welder – Liner

Tips to a perfectly prepped welder – Liner

Knowing when to change your liner:   The thing we often oversee, and here’s why………   First, what is a liner? Liners are  a tightly wound spring that run the wire from your wire feed unit up to the handpiece and through to the tip. The liners  are wire...

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5 Tips to Keep Your Plasma Cutter Cutting

5 Tips to Keep Your Plasma Cutter Cutting

The number one problem we see with plasma cutters is worn out consumables. If you have been cutting dirty,old or rusty material your consumables are going to wear out fast. When you have popping and spitting molten metal it will send your consumables south pretty...

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5 Crucial things to know when buying a plasma cutter

5 Crucial things to know when buying a plasma cutter

If you are buying a plasma cutter for the first time it can be confusing and you may ask yourself  “Do I really need one?”. Before you head out and part with your hard earned cash, read these 5 tips for the perfect plasma purchase.   We have excluded the obvious...

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