Coating And Cleaning
A breakthrough in weld spatter build-up prevention, the Spatter-Nix system combines the technology of a high- temperature coating with a non-invasive spatter purging unit that keeps weld torches virtually free from spatter build-up, while greatly extending consumable life.
Spatter-Nix is extremely beneficial in lower voltage and lower amp welding applications using thin sheet metal stampings (0.7mm - 1.0mm). Spatter-Nix is very effective in automobile manufacturing including A, B, and C pillars, body shop work, spot welding, and intermittent or stitch-type welding.
What is Spatter?
During the welding process, arcing causes metal fragments to crystallize, forming a solid mass build-up that is difficult to remove.
Restricted Gas Flow
Spatter build-up can clog the diffuser, blocking the gas flow inside the weld nozzle.
Traditionally, reaming has been a popular method for removing spatter from nozzles. But reaming equipment is expensive, costing up to $5,000 USD.
In addition, reamers require costly maintenance and can cause gas flow blockage deep inside the weld nozzle.
Sprays and Dips
Other options are anti-spatter sprays and dips that, although beneficial, do not sufficiently reduce nozzle and tip cleaning frequency.
A Better Way
The Spatter-Nix system is better and more cost effective. Spatter-Nix allows inert gas to flow freely from the diffuser inside the nozzle, preventing arcing. Spatter-Nix makes reaming unnecessary, reducing the need for periodic maintenance and improving weld quality.
Vibratory Cleaning Unit
The Spatter-Nix system includes a Vibratory Cleaning Unit, which is an optional, noninvasive, spatter purging unit that, when combined with Spatter-Nix coatings, keeps weld torches virtually free from spatter build-up.
The VCU Process
In one step, a variable vibration is applied to the nozzle while air helps flush spatter. Then, if necessary, a spray of Thermal Defender, or similar anti-spatter solution, is applied. Integrating the Vibratory Cleaning Unit into your robotic welding cycle will maintain product quality and increase productivity.
Spatter-Nix Application Kit
To get your weld tips and nozzles coated with Spatter-Nix, you simply purchase a Spatter-Nix Application Kit.
A Major Metal Fabricator...
reduced nozzle cleaning from every five cycles to every 500 cycles.
An Automotive OEM...
cut down their robotic weld nozzle cleaning from three times per shift to once every six shifts.
A Tier 1 automotive supplier...
watched its nozzle maintenance go down from every four cycles to once every 184 cycles.
A Muffler Manufacturer...
minimized its nozzle cleaning from every 15 minutes to once every six hours.
See the results for yourself. Call or email us for free product samples.
- WITHOUT SPATTER-NIX
- WITH SPATTER-NIX