Oribital Weld Heads Designed for Limited Access Applications

October 2004
Welding Journal;Oct2004, Vol. 83 Issue 10, p20
Features Orbimatic GmbH's Orbiweld S series slim-line weld heads designed for welding closely packed stainless steel tubes and fittings in pipeline systems. Inclusion of water-cooling channels around the weld head body.


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