E-Weld Nozzle from Walter Surface TechnologiesClick image to enlarge

E-Weld Nozzle from Walter Surface Technologies is a ceramic-based anti-spatter solution that protects welding nozzles from spatter adhesion for up to eight hours.

With its high concentration of active ingredients, this anti-spatter solution is made to outlast and outperform in the semi-automated and fully-automated MIG welding processes, says the company. The packaging features a unique applicator specially-designed to apply an even coating to the interior and exterior of the welding nozzle.

In addition, the applicator provides significant economical benefit as it applies the exact amount of coating required to protect the nozzle for up to 8 hours. Immediately after welding, spatter can easily be wiped off the welding nozzle using only a cloth - eliminating the usual downtime required to chip away accumulated spatter on nozzles when an anti-spatter solution is not used.

Nathalie Vezina, product manager at Walter Surface Technologies, says the new product illustrates how the company is committed to developing products that help customers work better. "By using E-Weld Nozzle with the easy applicator, customers can reduce operation cost as it eliminates the need for frequent nozzle replacements since the solution extends the life of the welding nozzle. What's more, by applying only a thin layer of
E-WELD NOZZLE, it increases productivity and reduces downtime as it prevents obstructions from accumulating within the nozzle, allowing for a uniform and consistent flow of gas to form better quality welds."

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