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Sep 16, 2008 -

Huntingdon Fusion Techniques - West Melbourne, FL

Original Press Release

Record Sales of World's Premier Tungsten Grinder

Press release date: Jul 22, 2008

Following another highly successful trading year for Huntingdon Fusion Techniques Limited (HFT), sales of their Tungsten Electrode Grinders have hit an all time high.

Mike Dunn, Marketing Manager for the company reported that orders were received from all corners of the world, as customers became more aware of the advantages of this superior specification workshop tool and took advantage of its many features and benefits.

Probably the most important of these is the high powered motor that is guaranteed for life.

This motor allows the grinding of tungsten electrodes from 0.25 mm up to 6 mm and beyond if required, without stalling or burning out, which has been the major complaint from other types of grinding machine.

This high-speed motor runs from either a 110v or 220V single-phase supply at 50Hz.

A new design feature of the HFT Techweld(TM) TEG-3, is the grinding head mounting at the 6 o'clock position. In this way, dust is expelled downwards, directly towards the vacuum collection point, allowing the operator to clearly see the progress of the grinding.

The TEG - 3 grinds electrodes longitudinally to eliminate the circumferential lines and ridges that cause arc flicker and wander, so that identical and repeatable results are achieved, particularly with mechanised welding.

The tip shape produced by the grinder allows precise positioning of the arc for manual welding without the preferential arcing that occurs with poorly shaped, manually ground tips.

An extra collet attachment for the holding block allows short electrodes down to 12mm in length to be sharpened.

A very substantial, easily replaceable, diamond wheel is delivered with the TEG -3 that gives the equivalent of three man-years grinding life.

To prevent the grinding of contaminating materials, a front cover is installed that allows only Tungsten Electrodes and eliminates transfer of unwanted elements to the weld-pool.

Hazardous dust is drawn into the optional dust extraction system, which can be supplied with the grinder or separately for retrofitting at a later date.

More information can be obtained from Mike Dunn Publicity Officer Huntingdon Fusion Techniques Limited Stukeley Meadow Burry Port Carmarthenshire SA16 0BU United Kingdom Tel - 44 1 554 836 836 Fax - 44 1 554 836 837 Email hft@huntingdonfusion.com

http://www.huntingdonfusion.com