Welding processes explained
Sometimes you happen across an article that explains something so well, there’s no point in trying to replicate it. We search each week for something to share on LinkedIn and Google. This week we hit the nail on the head with a Welding Champs blog post “9 Different Types of Welding Processes” by Jacob Mills. Welding Champs is a made up of a group of people who love welding. They have taken the time to put together a website of everything welding. It’s a great resource for people just starting out in welding as the articles and posts are well written and easily understood.
Here are the 9 differenty types of welding processes:
- TIG Welding
- Flux-Cored Arc Welding
- Stick (Shielded-Metal Arc Welding)
- MIG Welding
- Laswer Beam Welding
- Electron-Beam Welding
- Plasma Arc Welding
- Atomic Hydrogen Welding
Enjoy the whole blog post here. Remember, you can get all of your welding supplies and equipment at your nearest AllGas location.
- We continue to closely monitor the updates from the Centers for Disease Control (CDC), World Health Organization (WHO), state health departments and other experts. We have increased health and safety at every local office following best practices for preventative measures.
- We strongly encourage our customers to interact remotely via email or over the phone. Our customer service representatives will continue to be available over the phone. We recommend that you call before coming to any of our locations. The situation may dictate that we close our storefronts without notice.
- We recommend that our employees follow the Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines for disease prevention. These include cleaning your hands often with soap & water for at least 20 seconds or using hand sanitizer when available. We ask that our employees forgo customary handshakes and to keep a safe distance between themselves and others. Social distancing practices call for avoiding any unnecessary physical contact. Let’s say hello with a smile and not a handshake.
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What is Dry Ice Cleaning? Environmentally responsible cleaning & surface preparation!
How it works
Dry ice cleaning is similar to sand, bead and soda blasting in that it prepares and cleans surfaces using a media accelerated in a pressurized air stream. It differs in that dry ice cleaning uses solid CO2 pellets or miroparticles, which are blasted at supersonic speeds and sublimate on impact, lifting dirt and contaminants off the underlying substrate.
Why it’s better
The unique characteristics of dry ice make it the perfect cleaning media. Dry ic is non-abrasive and non-conductive and will not damage surfces or equipment. It sublimates on impact, leaving behind no secondary waste. It is non-toxic and safe for employees.
These atributes make dry ice cleaning a efficient, cost effective and enviornmentally responsible cleaning solution.
Who uses dry ice cleaning?
The power of Cold Jet dry ice innovation brings winning solutions to a diverse list of industry leaders around the globe.
- Contract Cleaning
- Fire Restoration
- Food & Beverage
- General Maintenance
- Historical Restoration
- Mold Remediation
- Power Generation
- Weld Lines
Find out more by visiting our New Hampton, NY location or calling 845-294-7771 or complete the form below.
As we move from fall in the northeast into winter, there is a high chance of having a devastating winter storm. The ice in the tree tops this past weekend really got us thinking about storm preparedness.
From getting the generator prepped and ready to make sure there’s enough bottled water to last a few days, there’s a lot that goes into an emergency plan. When it comes to keeping perishable food safe & edible, there is nothing that works better than dry ice.
Reliant Dry Ice offers a great article on using dry ice safely: Dry Ice Safety. If you are looking for dry ice, we manufacture and sell it at our Monticello & New Hampton (Goshen) locations and have it available for sale in our Newton, NJ location. Call ahead and we can have it ready for you.