Sheetal Group always follows “The best quality every time and any time” principle. So, you can trust our products without any hesitation Since 1989 Sheetal Group, started by Mr. Bharat Aggarwal, is offering high quality Water Storage Tanks, Bins, Spittoons, Rickshaws, Trolleys, Barriers, GI pipes, plastic pipes (CP & PVC), pipe fittings and many more. Out of these products, you can purchase any without any hesitation. Rampart India Pvt. Ltd., the latest venture of Sheetal Group, offers a wide range of highly durable stainless steel pipes in India that proves of great use to enjoy the break free supply of clean and clear water.
What is a Stainless Steel (SS) Pipe?
Usually, Galvanised Iron (GI) or plastic (cPVC, PPR, PVC, etc) pipes are being used in India for water fitting. These commodities however work but also bring some difficult to tackle inconveniences like high maintenance cost, leakage and many others. This is where SS Pipes of leading stainless steel pipe manufactures india prevail over alternate solutions. With avant-garde Press Fit Technology which eliminates welding and threading, these scientifically prepared metal tubes prove ideal to be used inside Hotels, Hospitals, Commercial Buildings, Institutional Buildings and Residential projects.
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Disclaimer: This is my first time trying to mig weld. I am an FAA licensed mechanic so we had to know how to weld the old aircraft’s airframes composed of chrome molly 4130 tubing 4/3 and 1 inch ID. We had to measure out the pattern for cutting the cluster (four tubes) joined together tightly and then Oxy Acetylene weld the cluster, then the inspector would place your test joint in a big vise and pound it with a heavy hammer to see where the joint breaks, it should not have broken in the weld area:
I sold this machine, so was doing some testing for the feller who was purchasing it.
This is a 120 volt machine and is not rated for up to 1/4 steel in one pass. If you need to weld that thick, first V out the 1/4 plate. Here I am trying to weld 1/4 in thick plate steel using .030 mild steel wire and 22 CFH 75% argon 25 % Co2 gas mix. You have to stay close to the metal and keep a steady speed. I am using the hottest ‘E’ setting and 5 FPS wire feed. This is not recommended, it is something I just tried.
I beveled both sides of the 1/4 inch plate and wire brushed the metal first. I am using a 12 AWG extension cord on a 20 amp breaker and welding this hot does trip the breaker, a lower setting is alright on a 20 amp.However the machine does not cut out like some others may do.