Welding system

Sponsored by
CLIMAX Systems Inc.

CLIMAX Portable Machining and Welding Systems announced the release of the AC5000 AutoClad to its line of on-site cladding machines. Designed to automate the internal cladding of small-diameter nozzles and pipes, the system makes it easy for manufacturers of processing equipment to achieve the proper weld in the right place, even during the most difficult welding jobs. A water-cooled torch keeps temperatures under control, allowing the AC5000 to complete long weld times, ultimately maximizing productivity and increasing the life of consumables. With infinitely-adjustable step and rotation speed, the AutoClad produces high-quality welds with difficult-to-weld materials such as nickel alloys (Inconel™, Monel™ and Hastelloy™) and stainless steels.

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