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Stop Rust, Galmet ColdGal

ITW Polymers and Fluids Galmet Cold Gal is the market leader in metal protection. Galmet ColdGal provides long term protection against corrosion with it's zinc rich coating. Galmet ColdGal provides maximum protection of steel structures and assets against corrosion, it also provides a self-healing mechanism which effectively reseals the surface when scratched. The metallic zinc self-sacrifices and chemically welds to the steel, becoming one. Unlike many of its competitors, ColdGal contains 98.5% pure zinc with 92% zinc in the dry film. How to use Galmet ColdGal Shake can well for 2 mins Step 1: Preparation Abrade or grind to bright steel Step 2: Clean the surface Use a wire brush to clean th

Speedglas Welding Helmet Series 9100XXi

ATOM is excited to be selling the Speedglas Welding Helmet Series 9100XXi. This helmet builds on 3M and Speedglass's 30 over years of experience to set a new benchmark in welding helmet technology with the new "True-View" lens. This professional helmet is comfortable, offers trusted protection and ultimate performance. 3M Speedglas was the first to start making auto-darkening welding helmets more than 35 years ago when a study of the welder's working situation was conducted in some Swedish shipyards. From their first welding helmet in 1981, Speedglas has continued to focus on innovation with their state of the art welding equipment and safety products. Today, 3M Speedglas are largely conside

Rabaul Eruption

ATOM and our sister company, Bishops have an over 40 year history, The below image was dug out of our archives recently showing the damage done to the Bishops (then Bishop Brothers Engineering) Rabaul Branch in the volcano eruption of 1994. Rabaul is located on the north eastern end of the island of New Britain, Papua New Guinea. Rambaul was the capital of the province until it was destroyed by the falling ash of the volcano eruption in 1994. On 23rd September 1994 Rabaul's active volcano on the northern tip of Papua New Guinea erupted violently, destroying the city. Two of the volcanic cones, Vulcan and Tavurvur started erupting in the morning, ash fell all over the town, at first reports i

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