Common three major stainless steel sanitary pipe fittings and welding methods for sanitary products
Three common stainless steel sanitary pipe fittings and sanitary product welding methods Sanitary pipe fittings manual welding (MMA): manual welding is a very common and easy-to-use welding method. The length of the arc is adjusted by human hands, which determines It depends on the size of the gap between the electrode and the workpiece. At the same time, when used as an arc carrier, the electrode is also a filler material for the weld...Stainless steel welding method: 1. Manual welding (MMA): Manual welding is a very common, Easy-to-use welding method. The length of the arc is adjusted by human hands, which is determined by the size of the gap between the electrode and the workpiece. At the same time, when used as an arc carrier, the electrode is also a welding seam filler. 2. MIG/MAG Welding: This is an automatic gas shielded arc welding method. In this method, the arc is burned between the current carrier metal wire and the workpiece under the shielding of the shielding gas. The metal wire fed by the machine is used as a welding rod under its own arc Melting. Due to the versatility and particularity of the MIG/MAG welding method, it is still the most widely used welding method in the world. It is used for steel, non-alloy steel, low-alloy steel and high-alloy-based materials. This This makes it an ideal welding method for production and repair. When welding steel, MAG can meet the requirements of a thin gauge steel plate with a thickness of only 0.6mm. The shielding gas used here is an active gas, such as carbon dioxide or mixed gas. The only restriction is When performing outdoor welding, the workpiece must be protected from moisture to maintain the effect of the gas. 3. TIG welding: The arc is generated between the refractory tungsten welding wire and the workpiece. The shielding gas used here is pure argon, which is sent in The welding wire is not charged. The welding wire can be sent by hand or mechanically. There are also some specific uses that do not need to be fed. The material to be welded determines whether DC or AC is used. When DC is used, the tungsten welding wire is set as the negative electrode. Because It has a very deep penetration capability, which is very suitable for different types of steel, but it does not have any 'cleaning effect' on the weld pool.