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What is the minimum temperature at which electrofusion jointing can take place?

Electrofusion control boxes manufactured by Fusion have been tested at a temperature range of -10 ̊C to +50 ̊C. However, most guidelines say that welding should not take place in below freezing temperatures.

Where can I find a guide to electrofusion and butt fusion welding?

You can find an Electofusion Fittings brochure and the Butt Fusion & Electrofusion and Tooling brochure in the Resource Library

What butt fusion machines does Fusion Hire & Repair offer?

Fusion’s Gator automatic butt fusion machines weld pipes from 90mm to 500mm diameter. McElroy Tracstar machines in the fleet can weld pipe from 315mm to 900mm diameter.

Is there assistance with training if required?

Yes. Fusion Hire & Repair is able to offer a range of training options. Speak to a Fusion Hire & Repair business development manager and they will be able to help you. Phone numbers and email addresses can be found by going to the Contacts page.

Can I access joint records/data from my butt fusion machines and electrofusion boxes?

Yes. Data can be downloaded in a range of formats, from a paper print-out to a web-based data portal (JointManager).

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