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How to Improve Operational Efficiency and the Role of Advanced Technology

  Increasingly, to remain competitive on the global stage, businesses are looking to save money and reduce overheads. One of the most effective means by which to bolster the bottom-line, particularly for manufacturing and industrial sector companies, is to undertake operational efficiency improvemen...

An Interview with Brad Lucas, General Manager, Enertec SA

  An expert in operational efficiency with a particular focus on mid-stream processing in the oil and gas industry, Brad Lucas has over 25 years of experience.

How Will the Internet of Things Impact the Welding & Manufacturing Industries?

  Worldwide spending on the Internet of Things (IoT) is forecast to experience an annual growth rate of 15.6% from 2015-2020, reaching $1.29 trillion annually. Clearly, while the IoT may seem like a buzzword at the moment, it is expected to have a significant impact in both the private and commercia...

A New Start with K-TIG | by Chris Bayly, Boilermaker & Welder

Not long ago I started with K-TIG, and so commenced a new chapter in my working career. To say the concept was new to me would be an understatement. From the first phone call from a previous supervisor asking me to check out their website, to now 7 months of working for K-TIG, my perception and my k...

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Heat Input Considerations in Welding

'Buy Nice or Buy Twice': Why You Shouldn't Be Afraid To Invest in Advanced Welding Equipment

  In recent years, amid increased global competition, welding and fabricating companies have been forced to implement innovative ways to improve their margins, increase productivity and quality, and boost revenue growth. While most cost reduction efforts have focused on the cost of the products bein...

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How does K-TIG compare?

K-TIG is a high performance, full penetration variant of the TIG/GTAW process which delivers productivity previously only possible with expensive laser, hybrid laser and electron beam processes.

Unlike plasma arc welding, there is only one welding gas and no orifice, making the process exceptionally robust and welding procedures highly repeatable in a wide range of materials, thicknesses and applications.