Seal boiler tube leaks with new hybrid expansion tools

Yokell, Stanley; Wasson, Russell
July 1999
Power;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 143 Issue 4, p71
Trade Publication
Describes hybrid expansion techniques to seal boiler tube leaks. Information on BoilerPro and HydroProof methods; Hybrid expansion methods that have been tested.


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