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Increased Efficiency with Tube Clamp Replacements for an AMI 9-500 Weld Head

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When it comes to small diameter, high purity orbital welding, precise alignment and a tight hold during the orbital cycle are critical to a consistently good weld. Our Tube Clamp Replacement is a CSI Orbital Weld Innovation that enables this through 1000’s of welds.

CSI’s Tube Clamp Replacement come in 4 sizes (1/8”, ¼”, 3/8”, and ½”), and was engineered as a drop-in replacement for the AMI 9-500 Weld Head Clamp Assembly. It is modular, and mechanically fastened together. This modular assembly means:

  • The plates can be realigned on the center axis of the tube, ensuring precise alignment and a tight hold for quality welds.*
  • Inexpensive side plates can be replaced if necessary, instead of throwing away the entire assembly
  • Side plates are simple and easy to install, keeping weld heads running and minimizing downtime.

For a downloadable spec sheet of the CSI’s TCR, please visit the CSI Orbital Weld Innovations page.

Or, watch a video on how to realign the plates on CSI’s Tube Clamp Replacement.

Increased Efficiency with Tube Clamp Replacements for an AMI 9-500 Weld Head was last modified: February 5th, 2014 by admin

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Since 1998, Critical Systems, Inc. (CSI) has been providing Gas Cabinet, Valve Manifold Boxes & Gas Abatement Systems (Gas Cabinets and Gas Scrubbers, etc.), and Orbital Welding Rental, Lease, Repair and Training Services related to process tool facilitation for Semiconductor, Biotech, Pharmaceutical and related industries. Company headquarters are in Boise, ID, with additional locations in Burnsville, MN, and Shrewsbury, PA, Austin, TX and Draper, UT.