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  • Submerged Arc Welding

    We are looking for a company to set us up to weld oilfield tool joints with submerged arc welding. Anyone in the Dallas/Ft Worth area you can recommend?

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    Originally posted by shortbits View Post
    We are looking for a company to set us up to weld oilfield tool joints with submerged arc welding. Anyone in the Dallas/Ft Worth area you can recommend?
    Are you going to weld them, or do do want someone ele to do it for you?

    If your going to do it, contact your Lincoln rep in your area, pick up an NA-5. a DC-600 and a suitable positioner.

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      Much agree with cruizer, i worked for a company that built all of the under water pipe involved, all sub arc machines and feeders were lincoln, this was a large, global company, they owned tons of this set up

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