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Planter Fertilizer Augers (2 suppliers)
Planter Fill Augers (3 suppliers)
Planter Fill Conveyors (1 supplier)
Planter Harnesses (1 supplier)
Planter Manifold Kit (1 supplier)
Planter Monitor (2 suppliers)
Planter Monitor Console (1 supplier)
Planter Row Unit Clutches (1 supplier)
Planter Seed Sensors (1 supplier)
Planter Shank Adapters (1 supplier)
Planters (17 suppliers)
Planters & Benches (6 suppliers)
Planters, Exterior (1 supplier)
Planters, Galvanized (3 suppliers)
Planters, Galvanized Steel (2 suppliers)
Planters, Large Stainless Steel (2 suppliers)
Planters, Metal (1 supplier)
Planters, Mild Steel Powder Coated (2 suppliers)
Planters, Stainless Steel (3 suppliers)
Planters, Steel (1 supplier)
Planters, Timber (2 suppliers)
Planters, Wooden (1 supplier)
Planting & Fumigation Equipment (4 suppliers)
Planting Area Drains (1 supplier)
Planting Auger (1 supplier)
Planting Equipment (10 suppliers)
Planting Machines (4 suppliers)
Plaques, Engraved (6 suppliers)
Plasic Roller Levers (1 supplier)
Plasma / Punch Combo Machines (1 supplier)
Plasma Actuator (2 suppliers)
Plasma Analysis Systems (1 supplier)
Plasma and LCD TV Rental (4 suppliers)
Plasma Arc Cutting Machine (4 suppliers)
Plasma Arc Cutting Systems (3 suppliers)
Plasma Arc Cutting/Welding (51 suppliers)
Plasma Arc Metal Cutting (2 suppliers)
Plasma Arc Welder (1 supplier)
Plasma Arc Welding (31 suppliers)
Plasma arc welding (PAW) is an arc welding process similar to gas tungsten arc welding. The electric arc is formed between an electrode, which is usually but not always made of sintered tungsten and the work piece. The key difference from GTAW is that in PAW, by positioning the electrode within the body of the torch, the plasma arc can be separated from the shielding gas envelope. The plasma is then forced through a fine-bore copper nozzle, which constricts the arc and the plasma exits the orifice at high velocities (approaching the speed of sound) and a temperature approaching 20,000 °C. Plasma arc welding is advancement over the GTAW process. This process uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode and an arc constricted through a fine-bore copper nozzle. PAW can be used to join all metals that are weldable with GTAW (i.e., most commercial metals and alloys). Several basic PAW process variations are possible by varying the current, plasma gas flow rate, and the orifice diameter.
Plasma Arc Welding Systems (2 suppliers)
Plasma Assisted Deposition Equipment (3 suppliers)
Plasma Bevel Systems (2 suppliers)
Plasma Booth Equivalency Device (1 supplier)
The plasma booth equivalency device is used to verify and correct the flow data of embedded rotameters and pressure critical orifice type flowmeters. The purpose of the device is to assist the end user in achieving correct flow rates of the gases to ensure conforming processes. It has six embedded flowmeters calibrated to common ranges and pressure used in the plasma and thermal spray coatings industry. The meters utilize laminar technology, with embedded and discrete differential pressure, absolute pressure and temperature sensors to obtain measurements within the laminar region to determine mass flow rates.
Plasma Bulb Welding Systems (3 suppliers)
Plasma Ceiling Lifts (1 supplier)
Plasma Cleaner (3 suppliers)
Plasma Cleaning (8 suppliers)
Plasma Cleaning Systems (7 suppliers)
Plasma CNC Cutters (18 suppliers)
Plasma CNC Machines (7 suppliers)
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