Welding gloves are personal protective equipment (PPE) that protect the hands from electrical shock, extreme heat, ultraviolet and infrared radiation, and other welding hazards. With individual sheaths for each finger and thumb and oversized cuffs to protect against splatter on the forearm, they use materials that are durable, electrically nonconductive, and dissipate heat well.
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In order to gain the best results when welding aluminum, Tim Hensley of Hobart Brothershere are the reasons why and how it is critical to select the correct filler metal and carefully follow the proper storage and handling procedures for these products.
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Lincoln Electric’s Dual Maverick 200/200X is two welders powered by one diesel engine with two outputs, allowing two or more welders to work at the same time. Output remains steady even during arc stops and starts in dual mode.
The Caiman 1512 glove from Primax provides exceptional fit, comfort and performance for Stick and MIG welding operations, as well as many other tasks.
Welding Industry News
Cutting-edge Welding Solutions to be Showcased at FABTECH 2023
Miller Electric Mfg. brings the “Power of Blue” to the show floor, where attendees can try out the newest technologies live and discover products to help evaluate your operations.
New Audio AI and Solutions for Welding Quality Control
Xiris Automation’s showcase at FABTECH is the release of its AI tool designed to process welding audio signals. With the Audio AI tool, fabricators can now establish an acceptable range of audio signals for welding processes and receive real-time alarms for anomalies such as burn-through and wire feed skips that could indicate welding defects.