welding rod


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welding rod

[′weld·iŋ ‚räd]
(metallurgy)
Filler metal in the form of a rod or heavy wire.
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In fact, the word "stick" refers to the consumable welding rod, which you damp into a hand-held welding
One issue likely to take center stage--and of great interest to insurance professionals--is the applicability of the pollution exclusion in welding rod cases which, if enforced, could bar coverage.
If we do, that will get us by the next 10 or 12 years.' And we have another one that says, 'No, we can't put any warnings on, because if we did that, it would cost us 10 [percent] to 30 percent of our business.' And then finally we have one that says, 'We've got to put warnings on, but let's stick them on the bottom of the welding rod cans where nobody can see them.'"
* Get a 2-ft length of 1/8-in welding rod. Bend it like so:
Bins can be repaired with a hot air gun and polyethylene welding rod. Because they provide easy access for lift trucks, the bins are ideal for the food processing, assembled parts and recycling industries.
It's the first plaintiff victory in a welding rod failure-to-warn suit, but certainly will not be the last.
Targeted to plaintiff and defense attorneys, manufacturers and distributors of welding rods and industry analysts, the new report is designed to offer information on developments in "a topics that has spawned thousands of federal and state lawsuits and led to the creation of a welding rod MDL." As with other Mealey reports, the new title will carry the latest case news, opinions, pleadings, complaints, briefs, motions and decisions.
The X-tractalloy kit uses a welding rod as filler material to attach to the broken bolt or stud.
Each Heat Gun Kit contains 2 pounds of PVC, PP, PE, PC, LOPE and ABS welding rod. Tools can include such items as a speed welding tip, a rotary burr for preparing grooves, side cutters, pliers and a scraper.
To its five titles devoted to litigation in the areas of mold, asbestos, silica, and drugs and supplements, HarrisMartin Publishing LLC has now added Litigation Watch: Welding Rods. The 24-page, $395/year monthly, edited by Kate McGovern, covers court news, tracks cases filed, and features articles and interviews with leading medical experts and what they have to say about the alledged connection between exposure to welding rod fumes and Parkinson's disease.
Equipment includes a hot-air welder, assorted tips and elements, welding rod stock, and three models of heat guns.