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Old 08-28-2011, 01:35 AM
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In NZ with our NZ4711 weld test that would be an automatic fail.All welders on transport equipment have to be NZ4711 qualified. Retest every 2 years
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Just welded up an oil catch drum yesterday with .045 gas flux and it had to be tested to 3,000 psi and it was fine and i triggered it...Bob
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I have no information about this, but at this forum I have get much information. Thank you so much.
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Old 11-30-2011, 05:44 PM
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Anyone have any pictures of these vertical up trigger welds.
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Anyone have any pictures of these vertical up trigger welds.
Here is a crummy cell ph pic...Bob
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I have no information about this, but at this forum I have get much information. Thank you so much.
But acording to your links you are the expert ...Bob
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Here is a crummy cell ph pic...Bob
Thanks Bob,
I'll have to give that a try, At home when it came to vertical up I always grabbed the 3/32 7018.
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