TIG Brush at Fabtech Chicago 2017

Fabtech brings the best of the metal forming, welding, fabricating and finishing industries to Chicago. This November, Ensitech will be there for another year, showcasing its easy-to-use and highly portable TIG Brush Stainless Steel Weld Cleaning System.

For four days, TIG Brush demonstrations will offer insight into a quicker and higher quality alternative to current weld treatment methods. Come experience the wide-eyed look of disbelief shared by first time observers while viewing TIG Brush’s superior weld cleaning & passivation capabilities at work – that’s the ‘TIG Brush Effect’.

The TIG Brush system uses a proprietary electrochemical process, combining NSF approved, low-toxicity fluids with a patented power supply and unique brush design to produce superior results. It provides one-step cleaning and passivation (tested to international standards), requires little user training, and gives welders complete control over the surface finishing of their work.

Visit Ensitech and the Tig Brush team and discover a superior weld cleaning and passivation alternative.
November 6 – 9 at Booth #B33069
Hall B, Welding Pavilion
Fabtech 2017
McCormick Place
Chicago, USA
Show Dates & Hours:
Monday, November 6 : 10:00 AM – 6:00 PM
Tuesday, November 7: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday, November 8: 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday, November 9: 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Register: www.fabtechexpo.com/attend

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