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Furick Cup BBW #16 Welding Cup Kit w/Titanium Protector (1 Cup, 3 O-Rings, 1 Spare Diffuser)

AED 312
Expected delivery byNov 06 - Nov 08

Product Description

Item ID: FUR-BBW-COVER

Size (spec): #16

Material (spec): Glass Cup w/ Titanium Cover

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Imported from USA

Note: This cup requires the use of a large diameter gas lens (45V44) to fit #9 & #20 torches or the Furick Torch Mount
Kit to fit #17, #18 and #26 torches. If you have one already you can surely use it, but keep in mind that import brands
tend to yield lower results.

The Furick Cup BBW #16 w/ Cover Kit comes with one cup, three spare o-rings, one spare diffuser, and one titanium
protective cover. The included titanium cover slips over the end of the cups to add a layer of protection against
accidental bumps. This welding cup uses anywhere from 25-30+ CFH of argon flow depending on the application. It is
recommended for use with 3/32" tungsten and carries a 180 amp rating on constant amperage, which can be increased if
using pulse settings. Don't settle for inferior knockoffs!

All Furick Weld Cups are hand made in the USA from laboratory grade borosilicate glass. Due to the nature of the glass,
"walking the cup" is not recommended with the glass Furick Cups. The FUPA 12 is recommended for mild steel, stainless
steel, chromoly, titanium, inconel and other space grade alloys. It works best on thinner/smaller applications such as
header tubes and chassis tubing.

The BBW Welding Cup is recommended for mild steel, stainless steel, chromoly, titanium, inconel and other space grade
alloys. This cup works best on thicker/larger applications where you need spread out coverage.

It is recommended with all the BIG Diffuser Cups that you start off on low amp settings to stabilize the arc, making
sure you will not arc off the diffuser. If diffuser arcing occurs you will have to clean/regrind the tungsten. You will
not hurt the diffuser on low amps but if you arc with high amps you can deteriorate the diffuser. Also be careful not to
drop or hit cups against hard objects, as we all know the fragile nature of glass!

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