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US Soldier Welding Programme

At Central Louisiana Technical Community College ‘Lamar Salter’, a new initiative has been celebrated with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. The Craft Development Programme {hosted by Cheniere Energy Inc} will help prepare Fort Polk soldiers transition into a civilian career of specialised welding and will include classrooms and labatories, as well as two mobile welding trailers – […]

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What Will They Think Of Next?

Italian company, Comau, hopes that one of the products it manufacturers {a giant robotic arm} will become a landmark for Southfield {Detroit, Michigan, US}, where the company has its North American headquarters. Its aim is to help visitors see the Detroir suburb as a leader in automation and technology. The welded robotic arm – with […]

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Bad Air Day

Health and safety equipment is plentiful within the welding industry to protect welders from their work. Certainly here at Mersey Equipment, we offer a vast range of safety equipment to safeguard and shield eyes and skin. However, a new national campaign has been established in order to promote knowledge about health protection in wedling regarding […]

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New Product – Aristo® Tech HD (Autochange Helmet)

The Aristo® Tech HD stands for “High Definition” – with its new matte black shell, newly developed X- Tig feature & optical class 1/1/1/1 represents the ”best in class” performance from an auto darkening filter cartridge (ADF). The newly developed X-Tig feature enhances the ADF’s ability to react in low amp applications and almost eliminates […]

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Breaking Traditions: Women in Welding

“According to the United States Department of Labor Women’s Bureau, the number of female welders in the U.S. has increased by over 2 percent over the past decade and the increase is expected to continue” {Advanced Career Institute website}.  Whilst this number may not seem to be a significant or marked augmentation, it is said […]

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