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【The 5 Steps for Welding Goose Neck Pipes】 1. Cleaning: Clean the welding area using a wire brush or a grinder to remove any impurities or rust. 2. Preparation: Cut the goose neck pipe and make sure that it fits snugly into the joint. 3. Tacking: Tack the goose neck pipe in place using spot welds, making sure that it stays aligned with the joint. 4. Welding: Weld the goose neck pipe by following the welding sequence, making sure to fill the joint completely. 5. Finishing: Grind any excess material and make the surface smooth to ensure proper seal and function.
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Since the pipe of the gooseneck tube is made of metal, some waste residues will be generated due to oxidation inside the pipe, and some of these residues may affect the welding effect. Therefore, before welding the gooseneck tube, sand cloth or paper should be used to remove the waste inside the tube. 


The gooseneck tube, as a highly flexible pipeline connected to other metal equipment, is mainly connected through welding. In the process of welding the gooseneck tube, there are usually five steps that are commonly used. Today, XiongSen Electronics will take you through the five steps of welding the gooseneck tube in detail.


1. Pipe mouth size


When welding the gooseneck tube, the length of the pipe should be measured first, and then the pipe should be cut to the appropriate size using a pipe cutter.


2. Clean the pipe


Since the gooseneck tube is made of metal, some waste residues will be generated due to oxidation inside the pipe, and some of these residues may affect the welding effect. Therefore, sand cloth or paper should be used to remove the waste inside the tube before welding.


3. Clean the fittings with a pipe brush


To ensure that the gooseneck tube is perfectly combined with the tin coating during the welding process, a pipe brush can be used to clean the fittings during the welding process.


4. Master the welding time


In general, the length of the welding material needed for the pipe you need to weld is the corresponding length.


5. Use a torch to heat the pipe


Using a torch to heat the gooseneck tube is mainly to ensure that the welding area of the pipe is evenly heated. When using the torch, it is important to ensure that the flame is close enough to cover the diameter of the entire gooseneck tube.


Mastering the welding steps of the gooseneck tube can ensure safe welding. Of course, if you have any other questions, please feel free to contact us.