Welding Blanket

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Mannsean
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Welding Blanket

Post by Mannsean » Thu Jan 14, 2021 2:17 pm

Has anyone bought a welding blanket to cover 340 on cool days? If so what type of material (if it matters)? What size? Do you double it up?

SKnox
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Re: Welding Blanket

Post by SKnox » Thu Jan 14, 2021 10:14 pm

I bought a carbon fiber welding cover, seems good so far.

IamSlater
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Re: Welding Blanket

Post by IamSlater » Thu Jan 14, 2021 10:43 pm

Did you double it up or just a single layer? What is the medium temperature in winter time, because in my location is about -5 degrees. I wonder if it will be enough for this, I don't want it to get affected by frost. I got a very good weld and it would be sad if there will appear some issues because of very low temperatures. I have a TIG225X , you can see it under number 1 in this list of the best welds for home https://afterpaints.com/best-welder-for-home/. Do you think a carbon fiber will be good for it ?

Lawmalsh
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Re: Welding Blanket

Post by Lawmalsh » Fri Jan 15, 2021 1:35 pm

IamSlater wrote:
Thu Jan 14, 2021 10:43 pm
Did you double it up or just a single layer? What is the medium temperature in winter time, because in my location is about -5 degrees. I wonder if it will be enough for this, I don't want it to get affected by frost. I got a very good weld and it would be sad if there will appear some issues because of very low temperatures. I have a TIG225X , you can see it under number 1 in this list of the best welds for home https://afterpaints.com/best-welder-for-home/. Do you think a carbon fiber will be good for it ?
Could you tell me some more information about it? Let’s talk in PM

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