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Water Soluble Paper, 15 1/2 Wx165 Ft.
- Item # 18C567
- Mfr. Model # ASW-60/R-15
- UNSPSC # 23171519
- Catalog Page # 3436
- Shipping Weight 6.05 lbs.
- ItemWater Soluble Paper
- Length15 1/2" Wide 165 Ft.
- For Use WithAquasol Water Soluble Tape, EZ Zone Tape
- Paper TypeRoll
- FeaturesMade Of Sodium Carboxyl Methyl, Can Be Used To Dam Argon Or Helium Gases During Tungsten Inert Gas (Tig) Welding Of Steel Or Aluminum Pipes. After Welding Is Complete, Flush Out Of System With Water Leaving No Residue In The Pipeline. Environmentally Friendly And Nontoxic. Can Be Formed Into Any Size Purge Dam. Position Minimum Of 6-8 Inches From Root Gap. Use Heavy Weight Paper (Asw60) For Prpes Having An Inside Diameter Of 4 Inches Or Greater.
- ApplicationMIG/TIG Welding, Purging
Compliance and Restrictions
Alternate Search Terms
- Welding Purge Paper (11)
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