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2] version, and replacing submerged arc welding (SAW) for thinner metal * FCAW is also used for surfacing and for buildup * The metals weldable by FCAW are: Cast iron, low carbon steel, low alloy steel, high and medium carbon steel, alloy steels, stainless steels limited types * FCAW has been widely used for welding in bridges, high rise buildings, ship building and offshore drilling platforms, main frames on bulldozers, rotating frames for shovels and cranes, tractor frames, bridge girders, large gantry cranes, furnace tubes, diesel engine chassis etc.
The all steel, weldable WoW tag, plus the rubber FRAC and Sling/Hang tags were conceived by Technologies ROI (TROI) and are being distributed in North America exclusively by William Frick & Company.
SEBS-PP based compounds are not weldable using medically approved solvents.
High Density PolyEthylene (HDPE) is used to make supermarket type carrier bags or chemical drums, jerricans, toys, picnic ware, household and kitchenware, cable insulation Low Density PolyEthylene (LDPE) used to make soft clear bags like the ones used for packing of vegetables, toys and clothes or dispensing bottles, tubing, moulded laboratory equipment, corrosion-resistant work surfaces, parts that need to be weldable and machinable, computer components, such as hard drives, screen cards and disk-drives
Quiet Web is easily moldable and weldable and is also totally recyclable, odor-free and does not support bacterial growth.
The combination of this substrate material and the ePTFE membrane creates a first-class, cost-effective roll good, which is easily weldable to a broad range of other plastic materials.
In 1996 Heather invented the first weldable zip-toothed fastener, which would allow polythene to be reused without tearing.
In 1996 Middlesbrough-based Heather Kitching invented the first weldable zip-toothed fastener which would allow polythene to be re-used in logistical operations.
For Calcutta's Hooghly Bridge, which took over twenty years to complete, Schlaich + Bergermann designed an open steel grid with riveted connections, since imported weldable steel and equipment was unaffordable.
Having recognised a huge gap in the packaging market for reusable zipped packaging, Heather used her tenacity, strength of will and sheer determination to overcome obstacles in order to invent and patent her weldable zip-toothed fastener.
Although TIG can be used to weld any weldable material, it progresses slowly and demands a high level of operator skill.