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September 24, 2012
Wachs and Orbitalum join forces in North America, Europe
E. H. Wachs and Orbitalum Tools GmbH (Illinois Tool Works (ITW) companies) have joined forces and will now be identified as the ITW Orbital Cutting & Welding group, offering the same weld preparation equipment, orbital welding systems, and... Read more...
June 13, 2012
Update from Germany
“Oil and gas are the drivers right now,” said Karl Kunkel, global strategy director for Quaker Chemical Corp., commenting on the state of the tube and pipe industry. Quaker’s position as a global supplier of metalworking... Read more...
April 9, 2012
Pipe-to-pipe weld heads available in three models
Model OP modular pipe-to-pipe weld heads are available from Orbitalum Tools GmbH. The compact units perform automated orbital GTAW with filler wire on unalloyed, low-alloy, and high-alloy pipes and their black-and-white connections.
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August 12, 2008
Cordless machines square pipes, microfittings up to 2.5 in. OD
Orbitalum Tools has introduced the RPG 2.5 and RPG 2.5 Cordless tube squaring machines for pipes and microfittings up to 2.5 in. OD. The machines can face pipes and microfittings from unalloyed, low-alloy, and high-alloy steels with an OD range... Read more...
October 10, 2006
Portable tube squaring machine introduced
Orbitalum Tools GmbH, formerly known as Georg Fischer Rohrverbindungstechnik GmbH, has introduced the portable RPG 8.6 tube squaring machine for tube end finishing. The unit produces square, burr-free end preps on stainless steel/high-alloy... Read more...
October 10, 2006
Georg Fischer changes name
As a result of its acquisition by Chicago-based Illinois Tool Works (ITW), Georg Fischer Rohrverbindungstechnik GmbH, Singen, Germany, has changed its name to Orbitalum Tools GmbH. There are no operational changes for suppliers or customers.... Read more...
June 13, 2006
ITW purchases Georg Fischer Rohrverbindungstechnik GmbH
Georg Fischer Ltd., Schaffhausen, Switzerland, has announced it has sold its capital shares of Georg Fischer Rohrverbindungst echnik GmbH, Singen, Germany, to Illinois Tool Works Inc., Glenview, Ill. As a result of the sale, ITW gets enhanced... Read more...
January 10, 2006
Wading through the world of welding
Many high-tech gadgets that once were handy extras are becoming indispensable in the workplace. A personal digital assistant (PDA) device makes programming a welding power supply faster and easier than manual programming. Photo provided by... Read more...