Huntingdon Fusion Techniques (HFT®) will be introducing a completely new addition to their range at Fabtech 2016: The new PurgEye Site.

The new PurgEye Site is delivered encompassed in a new style robust, IP65 sealed case, which is virtually non-destructible and ideal for site conditions. The unit is powered either by rechargeable battery or mains and the batteries are long life providing up to 10 hours of weld purge monitoring.

It has an integral pump so that it can be used to extract samples from a weld purge zone, where there is insufficient flow rate or positive pressure to activate the sensor correctly. The pump can be used to extract gas samples on a timed basis if required. All accessories fit inside the case and there is a carry handle on top of the lid.

In addition to the unveiling of the new PurgEye Site, HFT will be displaying its entire updated range of weld purging products.

Georgia Gascoyne, CEO for HFT said, “Fabtech 2016 will be the launch platform to demonstrate our updated range of PurgEye® Weld Purge Monitors®. We will be exhibiting at the show with our US Partner COB Industries and we are very excited to show the industry what innovative updates we have made to remain at the forefront of weld purging technology.”

“All our new Weld Purge Monitors® will be available to view at the show, as well as the world famous PurgEye® 100.”

The range has undergone extensive updates. For example, the products now feature organic light emitting (OLED) displays which give brighter and clearer readings for viewing at greater distances and wider angles.

The handheld PurgEye® 200 will feature for the first time PurgeNet™. This allows the addition of standard accessories that will allow the Weld Purge Monitor to be linked with automatic welding machines such as orbital welders and other devices.

Fabtech runs from the 16th to the 18th November in Las Vegas.

PurgEye Site

PurgEye Site