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"Welding of hot dip galvanised kettle"

Current question:

June 10, 2021

Tefera Eniyew:

Dear Sir,

Your post dated 23.01.2009 refers,

Could you please share your work of "Welding Galvanising Kettle"?

Mukhtar Ahmad
- Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
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sidebar June 2021

A. Hi Mukhtar. Tefera may not see your message (we'll try to alert him, but he probably doesn't have the same e-mail address anymore). But if he responds, we'll put anything he offers into our on-line library, and link to it here. We'll do the same with anything you wish to share.

But this is a world wide web public forum, not a matchmaking service, and we make whatever is offered available to everyone.

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June 11, 2021

thumbs up sign Thank you so much Ted.

Q. If someone help to share "Welding Procedure of Galvanizing Kettle" please?

Mukhtar Ahmad
- Lahore, Punjab, Pakistan
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Closely related historical postings, oldest first:

September 5, 2008

Q. I have a kettle for hot dip galvanising and would like to cut it in half, reduce the size and weld it again.Does anyone have an idea which type of welder to use to weld it back again.

Thanks

Rahim

RAHIM NEETOO
Galvanising - Mauritius
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September 8, 2008

A. Arc welder.

But ensure you get the right electrodes, must be very low Si level, or the weld will dissolve in the zinc, leaving a big mess !

geoff_crowley
Geoff Crowley
Crithwood Ltd.
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Westfield, Scotland, UK
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September 15, 2008

A. Sir:
The two companies that I know who make galvanizing kettles are Pilling (Germany) and Columbiana (USA). You should find out from these companies (or the company that you purchased your kettle) the correct welding rod and the methods for welding. After welding them x-ray the welds to make sure that they are good. Check the "heat" (chemical composition) of your kettle iron to make sure it is proper. I think Columbiana uses "normal" welding methods whereas I think Pilling may use a "slag welding" method, whatever that may be.

Regards,

Dr. Thomas H. Cook
Galvanizing Consultant - Hot Springs, South Dakota, USA
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January 23, 2009

Q. I am post graduate student in a department of Manufacturing Engineering at ADAMA UNIVERSITY/ETHIOPIA.So I need to prepare welding procedure specification and make research on fabrication of Galvanizing Kettle.
Please attach the previously made procedures and related documents about the manufacturing of Galvanizing pot.

Tefera Eniyew
student - Adama, Ethiopia
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July 10, 2020 -- this entry appended to this thread by editor in lieu of spawning a duplicative thread

Q. CAN ANYBODY SUGGEST US FOR GRADE OF MIG WIRE OR SAW WIRE FOR WELDING OF GALVANIZING KETTLE?

ILESH VYAS
- VADODARA, India
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