Socket weld fittings are a type of pipe fitting used to connect pipes or tubes to each other. They are designed to be welded to the pipes, creating a strong and leak-proof joint. At Nandishwar Steel, we offer a wide range of socket weld fittings in various materials, including stainless steel, carbon steel, and alloy steel, to meet the needs of different industries. Our fittings are available in different sizes and dimensions to fit your specific requirements. Contact us today to learn more about our range of socket weld fittings and how we can assist you in selecting the right product for your needs.
Socket weld fittings can be welded using either a shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) process or gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW). When using SMAW, the welding needs to start by preheating the socket and parent material to the required temperature. Next, the filler rod should be inserted into the socket and melted along with the parent material. The weld should then be finished by cooling it down quickly while also applying adequate pressure to keep it properly attached. When using GTAW, a filler rod still needs to be inserted into the joint. However, this process requires a high level of precision since an electric arc is used instead of a torch flame. The heat from this arc will create an intense stream of air around the joint that helps bond the two materials together for a strong, durable finish. Proper technique and safety protocols must always be followed when welding socket weld fittings.
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