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Being a patented manufacturer of orbital tube & pipe processing machines, AXXAIR is constantly exploring new concepts in the field of orbital cutting, beveling and welding.Find out more
AXXAIR supports its customers during every step of their cutting, squaring, beveling and orbital welding process in over 60 countries worldwide. We are focused on providing a high quality service in this process while always putting our customers first. This starts by determining the welding configuration, analyzing the necessary preparation during the pre-sale phase. We then train the welders and operators on the equipment to ensure that our users can handle every type of application they might be confronted with, in the future.
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The choice of shielding method will depend on the application. For tube welding, the simplest method is balloon or puddle containment. Groove containment is used for linear welds. If the configuration is more complex, the use of a trailing torch – a versatile tool that...Read more
In order to obtain a strong and resistant connection when welding, it is important to ensure that the tubes and pipes to be welded are inerted. Before starting a weld, it is therefore necessary to make sure that the ambient oxygen around a welding area has been removed...Read more
As mentioned in our last article, inerting is a procedure that consists of replacing the ambient oxygen around a welding zone with a shielding gas such as argon in order to avoid any corrosion on the surface heated at high temperature. But what are the risks for the...Read more
Shielding is a procedure that consists of replacing a reactive atmosphere (oxidizing, flammable, explosive) or simply the ambient air with an inert gas, also called shielding gas.Read more