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Critical Systems and Arc Machines Partner in AMI’s Eastern Regions

8/30/13. Critical Systems & Arc Machines, Inc. (AMI) announced today that Critical Systems  joint logo for home page stacked2 is now AMI’s Sales Representative for the Mid-Atlantic & Southeast regions, including NC, SC, GA, FL, AL, MS, TN, VA, MD, DE and DC. The agreement strengthens the partnership between the 2 companies.  CSI is already an Authorized Service Center for AMI in the Northwest, providing warranty and repair work on behalf of AMI.   This agreement extends MORE

CSI Designed Components for Improved Delatech Scrubber Performance

The Critical Systems, Inc. Abatement Team has been on the ‘receiving end’ of many troubleshooting phone calls for many years, and recently developed two inexpensive product modifications to address the most frequent problem areas on these scrubbers. “U” Shaped Drain The most common problem with Delatech Scrubbers is sediment buildup in the drain assembly.   This causes abatement inefficiencies, and the need for frequent preventative maintenance cycles.    Unlikie the standard drain, CSI’s “U” shaped design provides a continuous 4” diameter transition section enabling MORE

Orbital Welding vs. Traditional GTAW

GTAW Process and Application For the purpose of this discussion we will focus on the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) process, particularly as it relates to Orbital Welding process capabilities, including TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) and MIG (Metal Inert Gas) or “Wire Feed” welding.   And, we will keep our discussion around the welding of pipe and tube and the various process systems that utilize tubular materials. These processes are most commonly used to weld thin sections of stainless steel and non-ferrous metals MORE



Since 2000, Critical Systems, Inc. (CSI) has been providing both large and small organizations with products and services that ‘surround the process tool’.  From orbital welding to complex gas delivery and abatement systems, CSI supports the breakthrough technologies of our customers every day with practical, cost effective solutions.