TIP TIG China has successfully supported the Xinjiang Pipeline Project with welding equipment from TIP TIG. The total project was a 33km Duplex 2205 (UNS S32305/S31803) pipeline with an OD of 12 inches and a wall thickness of 10mm.
The used welding equipment was several TIP TIG – AllinOne and TIP TIG Orbital Welding Systems.
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The TIP TIG – SuperCut is a portable pipe and pipeline cutting machine with 6in – 48in (DN150 – 1200) included capacity. These machines feature atmospheric anti-corrosion package with high grade aluminum components and special finishes.Read more
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TIP TIG, Titanium welding made simple. The ability of a weld process can be judged in the weld results attained with complex alloys, and there is no alloy more complex than Titanium.
When welding any alloys, and especially titanium welding with the manual TIG or the automated Hot Wire TIG process, there is always concern about the weld oxidation. Weld shops evaluate the finished titanium weld quality by the untouched color of the completed weld. A silver color with an untouched titanium weld is the first choice. Regular manual TiG welds on Titanium parts >3 mm are carried out at typical TIG weld speeds in the 2 to 5 inch/min range. The slow TIG weld speeds will create high temperatures and the solidified weld that trails the gas cup may be at temperatures that exceeds 700F. Once above this temperature the titanium, welds can result in oxidation reactions with the atmosphere. Those reactions will ruin the titanium properties creating costly scrap.