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What Type of Welding Is Pipe Welding?

Welding involves joining two materials together without the need for a binder. The lack of extra material means that two work pieces can be welded together directly, often creating a much stronger structure depending on the use case and circumstances. One good example of this would be in pipes. In order to create or repair…

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Three Advancements Transforming The Welding Industry

Technological developments in the welding industry have transformed the way that businesses operate. In the past, large-scale welding operations resulted in long-term company shutdowns and unnecessary downtime. Now, professional welders offer mobile services which means companies can continue production even when welding is required. Read on to find out more about three advancements transforming the…

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What Material is Commonly Used for Gas Piping in the Houses?

Through the winter months, you will be completely reliant on your heating system to keep your home cosy and at the right temperature. Have you ever thought about the different elements that ensure that this heating system works correctly, providing power to your property. There are lots of key aspects including the piping. If you…

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What is process piping and power piping?

Industrial facilities, such as factories, power plants, and refineries, rely on process and power piping to safely transport fluids. However, the two types of piping are not the same. They have very different purposes.  In this post, we explain what each is in turn and then compare them to each other, highlighting the critical differences…

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How does water travel upwards in pipes?

Water is flowing through pipes all around you, in homes and businesses, through the streets, and in more remote locations too. But how exactly does it work? It’s not hard to imagine how water can flow through a pipe that’s going downhill. Gravity can do all of the work. However, the physics of water travelling…