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Cadweld Factory & Field Made Formed Terminals

Factory Made Bonds

Bonds with terminals formed on the ends are often used for bonding pipe joints and fittings. The formed terminal allows a smaller weld metal size to be used.

Conductor SizeInsulated Bond
Part No.
Bare Bond
Part No.
#2CAF1-1V – length in inchesCAF2-1V – length in inches
1/0CAF1-2C – length in inchesCAF2-2C – length in inches
2/0CAF1-2G – length in inchesCAF2-2g – length in inches

Factory Made Bond

Welders for Formed Terminal Bonds

CAFS WelderType CAFS Welders
for Steel Pipe
STEEL
Conductor
Size
SurfaceWelder
Part No.1
Weld
Metal
#4Flat
(10″ & larger pipe)
CAFSA-1LCA25
4″ pipeCAFSA-1LACA25
6″ to 8″ pipeCAFSA-1LBCA25
#2Flat
(10″ & larger pipe)
CAFSA-1VCA25
4″ pipeCAFSA-1VACA25
6″ to 8″ pipeCAFSA-1VBCA25
1/0Flat
(10″ & larger pipe)
CAFSA-2CCA32
4″ pipeCAFSA-2CACA32
6″ to 8″ pipeCAFSA-2CBCA32
2/0Flat
(10″ & larger pipe)
CAFSA-2GCA45
4″ pipeCAFSA-2GACA45
6″ to 8″ pipeCAFSA-2GBCA45
1Replacement molds (graphite portion) are available
by ordering Welder Part No. – “M”.

Field Made Bonds

Formed Terminal Bonds may be made in the field using sleeves (one per conductor end) and forming them in the hammer dies listed.

Conductor SizeSleeve
Part NO.
Hammer Die
Part NO.
#4CAS-20-FJD11
#2CAS-09-FJD09
1/0CAS-05-FJD05
2/0CAS-03-FJD03

Welders for Formed Terminal Bonds

CAFS WelderType CAFC Welders
for Cast Iron3
Do not use on soil pipe.
(ASTM A74-82).
CAST IRON
Conductor
Size
SurfaceWelder
Part No.1
Weld
Metal
#4Flat
(30″ & larger pipe)
CAFCA-1LCA32XF-19
4″ to 24″ pipeCAFCA-1L-P.S2CA32XF-19
#2Flat
(30″ & larger pipe)
CAFCA-1VCA32XF-19
4″ to 24″ pipeCAFCA-1V-P.S2CA32XF-19
1/0Flat
(30″ & larger pipe)
CAFCA-2CCA45XF-19
4″ to 24″ pipeCAFCA-2C-P.S2CA45XF-19
2/0Flat
(30″ & larger pipe)
CAFCA-2GCA65XF-19
4″ to 24″ pipeCAFCA-2G-P.S2CA65XF-19
1Replacement molds (graphite portion) are available
by ordering Welder Part No. – “M”.
2Indicate pipe size.
3To determine the possibility of detrimental metallurgical
effects,a test weld should be made on a section of the
pipe being used.
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