High Definition Plasma Cutting and Beveling

  Plasma cutting is a process that uses a jet of hot plasma to cut through nickel alloys, steel, aluminum, brass, copper and other conductive metals.  Because of its high speed and precision cuts, plasma cutting has become a staple in the metals industry.  BACKGROUND CHECK! YESTERDAY… The first plasma systems grew out of plasma…

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How are you selecting fluid system components for use in sour oilfields?

“The conditions under which oil and gas are brought from their reservoirs to the surface can be outright hostile to many common materials used in fluid system components employed in the industry.” According to Dr. Gerhard Schiroky, potentially dangerous mechanisms including localized corrosion, stress corrosion cracking (SCC), and sulfide stress cracking (SSC) have become increasingly…

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