PPM- Pipe Purge Masters 1001 Purge Oxygen Monitor for Pipe Welding *Free Shipping

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PPM- Pipe Purge Masters 1001 Purge Oxygen Monitor for Pipe Welding

Inert gas welding requires the exclusion of oxygen from the weld zone during the welding process. Prior to the welding process, the residual oxygen concentration must be reduced to a required minimum. The Handy Purge is specifically designed to indicate oxygen concentration up to 0.01% and to exactly measure oxygen concentration up to 0.1%. Within this range, it is absolutely safe to weld and produce an oxygen-free weld seam (exceptions include special metals such as titanium, zirconium, etc.). The Handy Purge can be used both for continuous monitoring during the welding process and for taking samples. Routine inspections for quality control are extremely simplified using this device. The analyzer works with all purge systems and argon welding systems. It is small, easy to handle, and has a rugged enclosure.

The kit consists of:
• Handy Purge Weld Purge Monitor
• 1m hose with a flow adapter
• Stainless Steel probe
• Vacuum hand pump
• Plastic Carry Case
• Instructions
• Calibration Certificate

  • Self-calibrating
  • F2Minimum waiting time. The device tells you exactly when the residual oxygen concentration of purge gas is low enough to start welding. You need no longer rely on rough estimations. This saves both time and gas.
  • F3Reduced purge gas consumption. Exact monitoring of the residual oxygen avoids unnecessary purge gas consumption and allows you to produce oxygen-free weld seams
  • F4Top-quality is guaranteed, as too early welding and hence porous, colored or even charred weld seams can be avoided
  • F5Duplex / Stainless Steel. The Handy Purge Weld Purge Monitor can be used for all stainless steel, duplex and certain titanium welding applications
  • F6Measuring range: 0.01 percent - 20.9 percent Oxygen (O2) (10ppm - 209,000ppm)
  • F7Accuracy at 20 percent ± 0.2 percent and at 2 percent ± 0.02 percent