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What causes discolouration in stainless steel welding?

Australia produces nearly 5.3 million tonnes of steel annually. The mass availability of steel and its characteristics make it the ideal choice for many welding and fabrication projects. But while stainless steel is renowned for its durability and resistance to corrosion, achieving pristine welds can be a challenge due to the potential for discolouration (also […]

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How is onsite welding used in the construction industry?

Australia’s construction industry market size in revenue was $479.2 billion in 2022, a sign that the sector continues to grow in leaps and bounds. But what makes the industry tick? While many factors go into construction, we know the vital role onsite welding plays, providing flexibility and convenience of welding operations directly at the site.

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What is the purpose of industrial welding?

Industrial welding is fusing metals together using intense heat to create a strong and durable bond for an industrial application. It plays a critical role in powering Australia’s economy by contributing to the diverse needs of major industries such as automotive, aerospace, shipbuilding, power generation, construction, oil and gas, manufacturing, and mining. The market size of

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How to choose a stainless steel welding expert?

Stainless steel’s resistance to corrosion, strength and relative ease of working make it popular for construction, infrastructure, and interior design. Although elegant and surprisingly robust, it presents a number of challenges to any welder. It is much more difficult to weld than normal steel and needs professional stainless steel welding with specialist skills. The metal

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How to choose the right aluminium welding contractor?

Undoubtedly, aluminium’s strength, lightness, and appearance make it an exceptionally mversatile metal used in everything from aerospace to kitchen goods. However, aluminium has a lower melting point and higher conductivity than steel. Consequently, it needs careful handling to avoid burn through and damage when welding. Because aluminium is so difficult to join, welders need advanced

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