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ESAB Completes Brand Transition to Exaton™ Name For Portfolio of Stainless, Nickel And Specialty Alloys
Annapolis Junction, Md. – ESAB Welding & Cutting Products today announced that it has finalized the transition to the Exaton™ brand name for all welding filler metals involved with its 2018 acquisition of Sandvik Welding Consumables. For the North American region, the new naming conventions are as follows:
For stainless consumables, the Sandvik name has been replaced with the Exaton followed by the AWS / ASME classification of the product. For example, Sandvik 317L is now Exaton 317L. The nickel-based consumables, previously sold under the Sandvik & Sanicro names, have been renamed with the Exaton followed by the AWS / ASME classification of the product. For example, Sandvik ...
Annapolis Junction, Md. – Thermal Dynamics®, an ESAB brand, today launched its Cutmaster® 40 manual plasma cutting system, successor of the Cutmaster 42. The power source weighs 22 lbs., has the flexibility to use 115V – 230V primary power and delivers a rated output of 40 amps at 40 percent duty-cycle or better.
On 230V primary, it delivers a recommended cut and pierce capacity on 1/2-in. steel and can sever steel up to 1 in. On 115V primary, it delivers a recommended cut and pierce on 3/8-in. steel. To use 115V, simply connect the supplied 115V adapter to the hardwired 230V plug. The unit is designed for motor sports, mobile fabrication, light construction, HVAC, metal/building/roofing, ...
Featured products include new welding and hardfacing filler metals, a portable wire feeder so tough you can literally drag it through the mud and a 22-lb. plasma cutter that slices 1/2-in. steel.
Annapolis Junction, Md. – ESAB Welding & Cutting Products will offer hands-on demonstrations of its products for arc welding, plasma cutting, oxy-acetylene cutting, carbon-arc gouging, exothermic cutting and personal protective equipment at CONEXPO-CON/AGG 2020, March 10 to 14, in Las Vegas. Look for the ESAB Solutions Tour Truck in booth B7719 of the Bronze Lot, which is the outside lot located at the south end of the Las Vegas Convention Center. In addition, booth visitors will be able to ...
Annapolis Junction, Md. – AMI, an ESAB brand, has collaborated with Wolfram Industrie, a vertically integrated manufacturer of premium tungsten and molybdenum materials, to offer an exclusive line of tungsten electrodes for orbital TIG welding. The AMI-Wolfram Industrie ORBISTAR® series of pre-ground tungsten electrodes can last more than two times longer than other tungstens and reduce arc fault failures by up to 80 percent. The company offers different combinations of tungsten length, diameter, point geometry, surface finish and type, including thoriated and non-thoriated options, to meet specific application requirements.
“ORBISTAR electrodes provide superior arc stability and arc ...
- ESAB Completes Brand Transition to Exaton™ Name For Portfolio of Stainless, Nickel And Specialty Alloys
- Cutmaster 40 Plasma Cutter Delivers More Power, Performance for Portable Plasma Applications
- ESAB Offers Hands-On Welding and Cutting Demos at CONEXPO 2020
- AMI Launches Exclusive ORBISTAR Tungsten Electrodes For Enhanced Orbital TIG Equipment Performance
- AMI Launches M317, A Next-Generation Orbital Welding Controller with Touchscreen Interface, Data Analytics
- ESAB Launches Pipeweld Series of Filler Metals
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