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  • High Frequency Induction (HFI) Welded Pipe

    The high-frequency induction (HFI) resistance pressure welding technique for longitudinal welding. The endless strip passes through rolling stands where it is shaped to an open pipe, which runs through a high-frequency inductor consisting of a metal coil with single or multiple windings.

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  • What is high frequency (HF) induction welding? - TWI

    High frequency induction welding is used to make pipe or tube from strip which is fed into rolls which form the strip into a cylindrical shape. The faying edges are brought together between squeeze rolls to produce a V at the point of welding, with an included angle of typically 2-5° for steel. A high frequency coil introduces current into the ...

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  • High frequency welding effect on steel pipe

    2017-12-19u2002·u2002High frequency welding effect on steel pipe. In the process of high-frequency welding of steel pipes, the control of the welding process and process parameters, the position of the induction coil and the location of the resistance have a great influence on the welding quality of the steel pipe welding. (1) Control the weld gap of the steel pipe ...

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  • Differences between ERW Steel Pipe and HFW Steel Pipe

    High frequency welding (HFW) steel pipe is that ERW pipe produced with a welding current frequency equal to or greater than 70 kHZ. Through high-frequency current welding resistance, the heat generated in the contact objects, so the objected surface are heated to the plastic state, then with or without forging to achieve a combination of steels.

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  • Manufacturing Process for Welded Pipes. How To Produce ...

    2019-3-12u2002·u2002In HFW/HFI welding, a high-frequency current is used to create weld joints. Whereas, in EFW welding process; the external high energy electric arc is used to create a weld joint. Once the welding is done, the excess weld material from outside and inside of the pipe …

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  • Differences Between ERW Steel Pipe and HFW Steel Pipe ...

    2018-5-16u2002·u2002The high-frequency welding (HFW) used in ordinary or thin wall steel pipe. It includes contact welding and induction welding. Direct current welding is generally used for small-caliber steel tubes. In general, HFW is one of ERW production methods. It adopts the high-frequency welding process. So, the ERW steel pipe includes the HFW steel pipe.

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  • Technical Papers - High Frequency Induction Welding

    2021-9-20u2002·u2002Technical Papers. Thermatool Corp. professionals and industry periodicals have published numerous technical papers on high frequency technology and mill operations. These publications cover a wide range of areas and aspects of welding, heating, and cutting in many industries. If you would like to read any of our technical papers, please request ...

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  • Welding Pressure Pipeliners and Piping Systems

    2015-6-5u2002·u2002end of the pipe. Welding the Root Pass Before beginning to weld the pipe, the procedure should be checked to assure that the correct electrode is being used. This includes the diameter and the classification of the electrode. The welding con-sumable should be selected to correctly match (or overmatch) the strength of the pipe.

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  • Improvement of the joint quality in the high-frequency ...

    2019-7-30u2002·u2002High-frequency induction welding (HFIW) is among the most commonly used methods for producing roll formed pipes. In this paper, weld quality is evaluated through examining the weld properties, in order to obtain the effect of edge preparation on improvement of weld quality. Temperature distribution in the weld zone is studied through the groove shape of the weld joint, …

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  • Welding Techniques for Thermoplastics - TWI

    High frequency (dielectric or radio frequency) welding relies on the ability of the plastic being joined to generate heat in a rapidly alternating electric field. Hence the technique is generally restricted to PVC, EVA and polyurethanes. During the process, the parts to be joined are subjected to a high frequency electric field applied between ...

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  • HF Welders, RF/HF High Frequency Welding Machines For Sale ...

    Application of Solid-State High Frequency Equipment in High Frequency Welded Pipe Production 2019/04/02 The solid-state high-frequency welding machine is different from the electron-tube high-frequency welding machine. The electron-tube radio frequency welding equipment has output welding transformer.

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  • SPECIFICATION: G-1064-22b TITLE: Welding Procedure ...

    2019-1-10u2002·u2002TITLE: Welding Procedure Specification for Shielded Metal Arc Welding of Steel Pipe and Fittings. VOLUME: 2Section 13.0) (, 10, and Yellow Book . ... Combinations of the basic joint design may be required for high pressure electric pipe joints as shown in Figures 6 and 7. B) Backing rings for cable pipe shall be used when the ends of the

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  • Exploring the welded tube making process: The basics for ...

    2001-5-30u2002·u2002Four different welding processes are typically used for making tube. Since there is no filler metal in these welds, the welds are at least as strong as the parent metals. High Frequency (HF) Welding. Today, most mild steel and aluminum tube is welded with HF welders, which are also suitable for 400 series stainless and even 300 series if the ...

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  • Examining electric resistance weld nuggets in tube and pipe

    2001-4-24u2002·u2002The ERW tube and pipe industry usually separates the power sources available into the low-frequency range (rotary electrodes) and the high-frequency range (induction coil or sliding contacts). Heat penetration into the edges of in-process material--usually hot-rolled steel--may be as deep as 0.375 inch when welded with a low-frequency power source.

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  • Titanium welding: Tips to succeed

    2012-4-22u2002·u2002For the best results when GTA welding titanium, use an inverter-based power source that provides high frequency arc starting and at least a 250-amp output. Ideally, this power source should also provide remote amperage control capabilities and a post-flow timer. Direct current electrode negative (DCEN) is commonly used to weld titanium.

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  • Do you know steel pipe welding technology?

    2021-6-25u2002·u2002Spiral welded steel pipe according to the welding method can be divided into different arc welding pipe, high frequency or low frequency resistance welded pipe, gas pipe, furnace pipe…

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  • TIG welding – Method and Application

    2012-5-18u2002·u2002According to DS/EN 24063 this welding process has number 141. The Principle of TIG Welding TIG welding is an electric arc welding process in which the fusion energy is produced by an electric arc burning between the workpiece and the tungsten electrode. During the welding process the electrode, the arc and the weld pool are protected against the

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  • Welding Procedures Specification for Flux Cored Arc ...

    Welding Procedures Specification for Flux Cored Arc Welding of Wind Towers ... concept for large wind energy towers with increased base diameters. The innovation of this concept is the replacement of ring flanges by onsite welds which improves the fatigue resistance, enables the introduction of higher ... frequency trajectory.

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  • High Frequency Induction (HFI) Welded Pipe

    The high-frequency induction (HFI) resistance pressure welding technique for longitudinal welding. The endless strip passes through rolling stands where it is shaped to an open pipe, which runs through a high-frequency inductor consisting of a metal coil with single or multiple windings.

    Get Price
  • What is high frequency (HF) induction welding? - TWI

    High frequency induction welding is used to make pipe or tube from strip which is fed into rolls which form the strip into a cylindrical shape. The faying edges are brought together between squeeze rolls to produce a V at the point of welding, with an included angle of typically 2-5° for steel. A high frequency coil introduces current into the ...

    Get Price
  • High frequency welding effect on steel pipe

    2017-12-19u2002·u2002High frequency welding effect on steel pipe. In the process of high-frequency welding of steel pipes, the control of the welding process and process parameters, the position of the induction coil and the location of the resistance have a great influence on the welding quality of the steel pipe welding. (1) Control the weld gap of the steel pipe ...

    Get Price
  • Introduction to Welded Pipe Manufacturing - The Process

    2018-7-26u2002·u2002High frequency induction welding eliminates contact marks and reduces the setup required when changing pipe size. In High Frequency Contact Welding, the weld current is transmitted to the material through contacts that ride on the strip. The weld power is applied directly to the pipe, which makes this process more electrically efficient than ...

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  • Differences between ERW Steel Pipe and HFW Steel Pipe

    High frequency welding (HFW) steel pipe is that ERW pipe produced with a welding current frequency equal to or greater than 70 kHZ. Through high-frequency current welding resistance, the heat generated in the contact objects, so the objected surface are heated to the plastic state, then with or without forging to achieve a combination of steels.

    Get Price
  • Manufacturing Process for Welded Pipes. How To Produce ...

    2019-3-12u2002·u2002In HFW/HFI welding, a high-frequency current is used to create weld joints. Whereas, in EFW welding process; the external high energy electric arc is used to create a weld joint. Once the welding is done, the excess weld material from outside and inside of the pipe …

    Get Price
  • Differences Between ERW Steel Pipe and HFW Steel Pipe ...

    2018-5-16u2002·u2002The high-frequency welding (HFW) used in ordinary or thin wall steel pipe. It includes contact welding and induction welding. Direct current welding is generally used for small-caliber steel tubes. In general, HFW is one of ERW production methods. It adopts the high-frequency welding process. So, the ERW steel pipe includes the HFW steel pipe.

    Get Price
  • Technical Papers - High Frequency Induction Welding

    2021-9-20u2002·u2002Technical Papers. Thermatool Corp. professionals and industry periodicals have published numerous technical papers on high frequency technology and mill operations. These publications cover a wide range of areas and aspects of welding, heating, and cutting in many industries. If you would like to read any of our technical papers, please request ...

    Get Price
  • Welding Pressure Pipeliners and Piping Systems

    2015-6-5u2002·u2002end of the pipe. Welding the Root Pass Before beginning to weld the pipe, the procedure should be checked to assure that the correct electrode is being used. This includes the diameter and the classification of the electrode. The welding con-sumable should be selected to correctly match (or overmatch) the strength of the pipe.

    Get Price
  • WELDING OF STAINLESS STEELS AND OTHER JOINING

    adjacent to the weld and any differences in the weld filler metal. For purposes of discussion, in welding there are three zones of principal concern: 1) The solidified weld metal, composed of either base metal or base metal and filler metal; 2) the heat-affected zone (HAZ) in which the base metal is heated to high

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  • High Frequency Induction (HFI) Welded Pipe

    The high-frequency induction (HFI) resistance pressure welding technique for longitudinal welding. The endless strip passes through rolling stands where it is shaped to an open pipe, which runs through a high-frequency inductor consisting of a metal coil with single or multiple windings.

    Get Price
  • What is high frequency (HF) induction welding? - TWI

    High frequency induction welding is used to make pipe or tube from strip which is fed into rolls which form the strip into a cylindrical shape. The faying edges are brought together between squeeze rolls to produce a V at the point of welding, with an included angle of typically 2-5° for steel. A high frequency coil introduces current into the ...

    Get Price
  • High frequency welding effect on steel pipe

    2017-12-19u2002·u2002High frequency welding effect on steel pipe. In the process of high-frequency welding of steel pipes, the control of the welding process and process parameters, the position of the induction coil and the location of the resistance have a great influence on the welding quality of the steel pipe welding. (1) Control the weld gap of the steel pipe ...

    Get Price
  • Introduction to Welded Pipe Manufacturing - The Process

    2018-7-26u2002·u2002High frequency induction welding eliminates contact marks and reduces the setup required when changing pipe size. In High Frequency Contact Welding, the weld current is transmitted to the material through contacts that ride on the strip. The weld power is applied directly to the pipe, which makes this process more electrically efficient than ...

    Get Price
  • Differences between ERW Steel Pipe and HFW Steel Pipe

    High frequency welding (HFW) steel pipe is that ERW pipe produced with a welding current frequency equal to or greater than 70 kHZ. Through high-frequency current welding resistance, the heat generated in the contact objects, so the objected surface are heated to the plastic state, then with or without forging to achieve a combination of steels.

    Get Price
  • Manufacturing Process for Welded Pipes. How To Produce ...

    2019-3-12u2002·u2002In HFW/HFI welding, a high-frequency current is used to create weld joints. Whereas, in EFW welding process; the external high energy electric arc is used to create a weld joint. Once the welding is done, the excess weld material from outside and inside of the pipe …

    Get Price
  • Differences Between ERW Steel Pipe and HFW Steel Pipe ...

    2018-5-16u2002·u2002The high-frequency welding (HFW) used in ordinary or thin wall steel pipe. It includes contact welding and induction welding. Direct current welding is generally used for small-caliber steel tubes. In general, HFW is one of ERW production methods. It adopts the high-frequency welding process. So, the ERW steel pipe includes the HFW steel pipe.

    Get Price
  • Technical Papers - High Frequency Induction Welding

    2021-9-20u2002·u2002Technical Papers. Thermatool Corp. professionals and industry periodicals have published numerous technical papers on high frequency technology and mill operations. These publications cover a wide range of areas and aspects of welding, heating, and cutting in many industries. If you would like to read any of our technical papers, please request ...

    Get Price
  • Welding Pressure Pipeliners and Piping Systems

    2015-6-5u2002·u2002end of the pipe. Welding the Root Pass Before beginning to weld the pipe, the procedure should be checked to assure that the correct electrode is being used. This includes the diameter and the classification of the electrode. The welding con-sumable should be selected to correctly match (or overmatch) the strength of the pipe.

    Get Price
  • WELDING OF STAINLESS STEELS AND OTHER JOINING

    adjacent to the weld and any differences in the weld filler metal. For purposes of discussion, in welding there are three zones of principal concern: 1) The solidified weld metal, composed of either base metal or base metal and filler metal; 2) the heat-affected zone (HAZ) in which the base metal is heated to high

    Get Price
  • High Frequency Induction (HFI) Welded Pipe

    The high-frequency induction (HFI) resistance pressure welding technique for longitudinal welding. The endless strip passes through rolling stands where it is shaped to an open pipe, which runs through a high-frequency inductor consisting of …

    Get Price
  • What is high frequency (HF) induction welding? - TWI

    High frequency induction welding is used to make pipe or tube from strip which is fed into rolls which form the strip into a cylindrical shape. The faying edges are brought together between squeeze rolls to produce a V at the point of welding, with an included angle of typically 2-5° for steel. A high frequency coil introduces current into the ...

    Get Price
  • High frequency welding effect on steel pipe

    2017-12-19u2002·u2002High frequency welding effect on steel pipe. In the process of high-frequency welding of steel pipes, the control of the welding process and process parameters, the position of the induction coil and the location of the resistance have a great influence on the welding quality of the steel pipe welding. (1) Control the weld gap of the steel pipe ...

    Get Price
  • Introduction to Welded Pipe Manufacturing - The Process

    2018-7-26u2002·u2002High frequency induction welding eliminates contact marks and reduces the setup required when changing pipe size. In High Frequency Contact Welding, the weld current is transmitted to the material through contacts that ride on the strip. The weld power is applied directly to the pipe, which makes this process more electrically efficient than ...

    Get Price
  • Differences between ERW Steel Pipe and HFW Steel Pipe

    High frequency welding (HFW) steel pipe is that ERW pipe produced with a welding current frequency equal to or greater than 70 kHZ. Through high-frequency current welding resistance, the heat generated in the contact objects, so the objected surface are heated to the plastic state, then with or without forging to achieve a combination of steels.

    Get Price
  • Manufacturing Process for Welded Pipes. How To Produce ...

    2019-3-12u2002·u2002In HFW/HFI welding, a high-frequency current is used to create weld joints. Whereas, in EFW welding process; the external high energy electric arc is used to create a weld joint. Once the welding is done, the excess weld material from outside and inside of the pipe is removed with the help of trimmer tools.

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  • Differences Between ERW Steel Pipe and HFW Steel Pipe ...

    2018-5-16u2002·u2002The high-frequency welding (HFW) used in ordinary or thin wall steel pipe. It includes contact welding and induction welding. Direct current welding is generally used for small-caliber steel tubes. In general, HFW is one of ERW production methods. It adopts the high-frequency welding process. So, the ERW steel pipe includes the HFW steel pipe.

    Get Price
  • Technical Papers - High Frequency Induction Welding

    2021-9-20u2002·u2002Technical Papers. Thermatool Corp. professionals and industry periodicals have published numerous technical papers on high frequency technology and mill operations. These publications cover a wide range of areas and aspects of welding, heating, and cutting in many industries. If you would like to read any of our technical papers, please request ...

    Get Price
  • Welding Pressure Pipeliners and Piping Systems

    2015-6-5u2002·u2002end of the pipe. Welding the Root Pass Before beginning to weld the pipe, the procedure should be checked to assure that the correct electrode is being used. This includes the diameter and the classification of the electrode. The welding con-sumable should be selected to correctly match (or overmatch) the strength of the pipe.

    Get Price
  • WELDING OF STAINLESS STEELS AND OTHER JOINING

    adjacent to the weld and any differences in the weld filler metal. For purposes of discussion, in welding there are three zones of principal concern: 1) The solidified weld metal, composed of either base metal or base metal and filler metal; 2) the heat-affected zone (HAZ) in which the base metal is heated to high

    Get Price
  • High Frequency Induction (HFI) Welded Pipe

    The high-frequency induction (HFI) resistance pressure welding technique for longitudinal welding. The endless strip passes through rolling stands where it is shaped to an open pipe, which runs through a high-frequency inductor consisting of a metal coil with single or multiple windings.

    Get Price
  • What is high frequency (HF) induction welding? - TWI

    High frequency induction welding is used to make pipe or tube from strip which is fed into rolls which form the strip into a cylindrical shape. The faying edges are brought together between squeeze rolls to produce a V at the point of welding, with an included angle of typically 2-5° for steel. A high frequency coil introduces current into the ...

    Get Price
  • High frequency welding effect on steel pipe

    2017-12-19u2002·u2002High frequency welding effect on steel pipe. In the process of high-frequency welding of steel pipes, the control of the welding process and process parameters, the position of the induction coil and the location of the resistance have a great influence on the welding quality of the steel pipe welding. (1) Control the weld gap of the steel pipe ...

    Get Price
  • Introduction to Welded Pipe Manufacturing - The Process

    2018-7-26u2002·u2002High frequency induction welding eliminates contact marks and reduces the setup required when changing pipe size. In High Frequency Contact Welding, the weld current is transmitted to the material through contacts that ride on the strip. The weld power is applied directly to the pipe, which makes this process more electrically efficient than ...

    Get Price
  • Differences between ERW Steel Pipe and HFW Steel Pipe

    High frequency welding (HFW) steel pipe is that ERW pipe produced with a welding current frequency equal to or greater than 70 kHZ. Through high-frequency current welding resistance, the heat generated in the contact objects, so the objected surface are heated to the plastic state, then with or without forging to achieve a combination of steels.

    Get Price
  • Manufacturing Process for Welded Pipes. How To Produce ...

    2019-3-12u2002·u2002In HFW/HFI welding, a high-frequency current is used to create weld joints. Whereas, in EFW welding process; the external high energy electric arc is used to create a weld joint. Once the welding is done, the excess weld material from outside and inside of the pipe …

    Get Price
  • Differences Between ERW Steel Pipe and HFW Steel Pipe ...

    2018-5-16u2002·u2002The high-frequency welding (HFW) used in ordinary or thin wall steel pipe. It includes contact welding and induction welding. Direct current welding is generally used for small-caliber steel tubes. In general, HFW is one of ERW production methods. It adopts the high-frequency welding process. So, the ERW steel pipe includes the HFW steel pipe.

    Get Price
  • Technical Papers - High Frequency Induction Welding

    2021-9-20u2002·u2002Technical Papers. Thermatool Corp. professionals and industry periodicals have published numerous technical papers on high frequency technology and mill operations. These publications cover a wide range of areas and aspects of welding, heating, and cutting in many industries. If you would like to read any of our technical papers, please request ...

    Get Price
  • Welding Pressure Pipeliners and Piping Systems

    2015-6-5u2002·u2002end of the pipe. Welding the Root Pass Before beginning to weld the pipe, the procedure should be checked to assure that the correct electrode is being used. This includes the diameter and the classification of the electrode. The welding con-sumable should be selected to correctly match (or overmatch) the strength of the pipe.

    Get Price
  • WELDING OF STAINLESS STEELS AND OTHER JOINING

    adjacent to the weld and any differences in the weld filler metal. For purposes of discussion, in welding there are three zones of principal concern: 1) The solidified weld metal, composed of either base metal or base metal and filler metal; 2) the heat-affected zone (HAZ) in which the base metal is heated to high

    Get Price