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Some large multi-national providers of ceramic anti-spatter have struggled with supply chain over the last few months. BorNiGuard is made in USA with ample stock and quick turnaround on new builds, and we almost always ship on the same day that your order is received.
Choose BorNiGuard ceramic anti-spatter for fast and reliable service.
Long, clean, continuous welds of high quality are key to pipeline quality. Traditional anti-spatter gels and oils can foul the weld puddle. FCAW tips coated with BorNiGuard last longer and weld cleaner for a quality finished product.
The beauty of using ceramic for your welding, cutting and stamping operations is in how it is applied. For a robotic cell, for instance, coated consumables can be stored in the cell for ready replacement. BorNiGuard-coated parts can be stored in the welding/cutting area for weeks or months and not lose its ability to repel spatter for hours of uninterrupted production. This is fundamentally different from traditional oil-based sprays and dips that need to be applied often and therefore in the cell, causing unwanted oily surfaces and hydrocarbons.
BorNiGuard applies easily and dries quickly. It is recommended to apply BorNiGuard away from flames or sparks. For efficiency of time and material you can coat several tips, nozzle, diffusers at once in a safe area. For example, apply BorNiGuard to a week's allotment of consumables and transfer to the welding area for ready replacement. You can coat the parts in the next county, bring the coated parts to the production area, and enjoy the same benefits of reduced consumables and downtime.
Traditional anti-spatter coatings and gels are designed to be applied often, about every few welding cycles, to resist spatter. This re-coating step will increase down time and foul your weld pool.
Using a dried-on anti-spatter like BorNiGuard offers several significant advantages:
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When asked if ceramic anti-spatter is compatible with aluminum with regards to porosity:
Thanks for your message.
Yes, correct - hydrogen is the only gas soluble in aluminum and this is the reason for porosity because it gets trapped during solidification.
Hydrogen is in water and oils which means that anti-spatter containing such are not good for aluminum welding. This is something that average welding engineers know and obey.
Until now we didn't have any reports of porosity related to ceramic anti-spatter.
The key is to spray just a thin layer.
As a conclusion:
We are mainly in the aluminum business and I strongly believe that the ceramic spray is safe if applied correctly.
MIG WELD GmbH International
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