Lap-welded

Lap´-weld`ed


a.1.Having edges or ends united by a lap weld; as, a lap-welded pipe.
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As such, butt welds are typically more expensive than lap-welded joints, and installation crews cost up to $25,000 per day.
Tenders are invited for Provision of services for the development of the enterprise standard (STP) of JSC "Mozyr Oil Refinery" to conduct ultrasonic testing of butt, corner, lap-welded joints of thick welded joints from 4 to 250 mm and circular welded joints with a diameter of 36 mm, made all kinds of automatic, semi-automatic, manual arc and electroslag welding of low-alloy, high-alloy steels and srednelegirovannoj.
Low-frequency electric-resistance-welded (ERW), lap-welded and unknown seam-welded pipelines.
Apart from TV comedian Frank Skinner, it was the birthplace of classical composer John Frederick Bridge and Cornelius Whitehouse, inventor of the lap-welded tube.
cutting deck features 10-gauge construction, lap-welded corners and double reinforced side skirts for increased strength and durability.
Other features found on some vintage pipelines include mechanical couplings, lap-welded and SSAW pipe, oxy-acetylene girth welds, wrinkle bends, and so on, depending on the specific pipeline.
Methods spawned from that first mechanized system include furnace butt-welded and lap-welded pipe, seamless pipe, electric resistance- welded pipe and flash-welded pipe, to name a few.