33 ARGWELD® Trailing Shields Main Features ■ Designed for effective gas coverage of titanium alloys, duplexsteels, stainless steels and other reactive metals■ Ensures welds are left bright and shiny and eliminates bothdiscolouration & oxidation■ For use on flat sheet or plate & internal or external welds on tubes,pipes, tanks, vessels, heat exchangers etc.■ Fit any make of Tig ,Plasma, or Migwelding torch for manual or automatic welding■ Reduces gas consumption, saves re-work &eliminates wasted material costs, due to oxidation
44 ARGWELD® Trailing Shields Main features continued ■ Reduces gas consumption, saves re-work & eliminates wastedmaterial costs, due to oxidation■ Flexible silicone side walls to create closed inert gas chamber■ Auxiliary hoses for greater shield gas coverage where required■ Triple mesh gas distribution system nonturbulent gas flow■ Replaceable silicone rubber side walls
55 ARGWELD® Trailing Shields Potential Customers ■ Aero engine manufacturing and maintenance companies■ Boiler, Heat Exchanger, Vacuum Tank, Cryotank manufacturers■ Semi conductor, petrochemical, food, dairy piping fabricators■ Racing and sports car manufactures■ Every titanium alloy and stainless steelfabricator wishing to save money byeliminating cleaning costs
6A typical costing of a weld with trailing shield vs one without: 6ARGWELD® Trailing ShieldsExampleA typical costing of a weld with trailing shield vs one without:36'' Ø Tank, vessel or pipeUK List price:Trailing Shield for a 36'' Ø tank… £196
76 ARGWELD® Trailing Shields Example Grinding time1 hr (est.) 36'' Ø Pipe/TankStainless Steel welded with no TRAILING SHIELD usedStainless Steel welded with an ARGWELD® TRAILING SHIELDGrinding time1 hr (est.)£30.00£0.00Pickling costs£10.00Pickling disposal (subject to useGrinding consumablesAdministration costs*£100.00£ (1 product only)Pickling Time 1 hr (est.) subject to useCost of ARGWELD®Trailing Shield£196.00Once only purchaseTotal costs£ (every weld)£206 (first weld only)
87 ARGWELD® Trailing Shields Fast Payback■ The use of a trailing shield of some kind for titanium weldingis almost mandatory, for the applications where the productcannot be placed inside a Welding Enclosure■ When welding smaller titanium components, that could beplaced in a Welding Chamber of some kind, Trailing Shieldsmight be dramatically more cost effective thanthe use of a Welding Chamber■ 2 Welds achieves payback
10Trailing shield for internal welding of large diameter ARGWELD® Trailing Shields9Trailing Shields – Internal WeldingTrailing shield for internal welding of large diameterpipes and tubes, tanks and vessels
11All have secondary gas shield delivery. 10ARGWELD® Trailing ShieldsTrailing Shields – Family shotFamily of shields for Automatic Welding Machines.All have secondary gas shield delivery.
1211 ARGWELD® Trailing Shields Trailing Shields – External Welding Trailing shield for the external welding of pipes and tubes
13Trailing Shield – Fitted to Mig torch 12ARGWELD® Trailing ShieldsARGWELD® Trailing ShieldsTrailing Shield – Fitted to Mig torch
14How a Trailing Shield can be used on the outside of a 13ARGWELD® Trailing ShieldsARGWELD® Trailing ShieldsHow a Trailing Shield can be used on the outside of acircumferential weld(Inset bottom right : finished weld with no discoloration)
1514 ARGWELD® Trailing Shields Trailing shield – Automatic Welding 250 mm/10” approx Body length320 mm/12.6” approx Length including gasket50 mm/2” approx Body width75 mm/3” approx Width including gasketTrailing Shield for automatic welding machine used for flat plate(Note dual shield gas supply)
1616 ARGWELD® Trailing Shields Inside view Trailing Shields Inside view of a Trailing Shield, showing gauze mesh for uniform gasDistribution and high temperature resistant silicone rubberreplaceable skirts.
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19ARGWELD®Thank You2010All photos courtesy of Huntingdon Fusion Techniques Limited, UK.