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July 20, 2012
 

3M CUBITRON II FIBRE DISC

Welders Supplies logoCubitron II belts and discs cut faster run cooler and last longer.  Faster more aggressive cut rates mean less muscle work and fewer steps in your grinding sequence.  Longer lasting abrasives discs and belts mean more parts per disc or belt.  The end result is more parts finished faster, at a lower cost and with less operator fatigue.  See us at any of our three locations (Winnipeg, Brandon, and Thompson) for hands on demo.

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BRANCH STORE

Welders Supplies branch storeWelders Supplies Limited services northern Manitoba through our branch store in Thompson, Manitoba.  Located at 217 Hayes Road, Welders Supplies Thompson has a full line of welding gases, equipment and accessories.  Our Thompson branch has serviced the Nor-Man region for forty three years.  Our staff would be happy to assist with your welding, cutting and metal finishing requirements.  Put our expertise and superior customer service to work for you, call 1-204-778-8838, or fax 1-204-778-7747, or visit our web site at www.welders-supplies.com.

40th ANNIVERSARY

40th anniversaryWelders Supplies Limited and our affiliated companies, Medigas Manitoba Limited and Adhere Distributors would like to extend our sincere best wishes and continued success to our three longest serving staff members.  Robert Carey, Vera Rumley and Murray Singleton (L to R) recently celebrated their 40th anniversaries with Welders Supplies.

 

welding tip of the dayA 'Welding Tip of the Day" is brought to you from our Technical Representatives ...

Why is preheat sometimes required before welding?

Preheating the steel to be welded slows the cooling rate in the weld area.  This may be necessary to avoid cracking of the weld metal or heat affected zone.  The need for preheat increases with steel thickness, weld restraint, the carbon/alloy content of the steel, and the diffusible hydrogen of the weld metal.  Preheat is commonly applied with fuel gas torches or electrical resistance heaters.

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