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    It has been quite some time since I have sent pictures back from my visits. The reason is that with our growth over the last couple of years what was once 4 or 5 trips a year has now become a bi monthly occurrence I returned from Shanghai on Saturday night and I leave again on the 3 Rd ,a day short of two weeks and I am booking my next trip for the end of July.so as you can see we keep very busy.
    You hear a lot about Duty cycle and how it pertains to welding and just what steps are taken to actually have accurate readings for this.
    First you need to have a ambient temperature set as a example Canada has recently increased the temperature required to 47 degrees from 40 c for the rest of the world.
    Below are the temperature controlled " ovens used in determining the duty cycle rating. This has to be done this way for accuracy . Imagine sitting a unit on a freezing concrete floor in the middle of winter and wondering why the readings are different from when you did this in summer in 90' weather.
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    When I am working at the factory I normally get Sunday's off. When the factory is doing our production runs they will either work 5.5 days or 6 days depending on the time frame . In the evenings I like to go for a walk to just relax and on the weekends when I am not working I go wandering around a bit
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    EVERLAST CANADA
    www.everlastwelders.ca
    www.titanwinches.com

    905 637 1637

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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan winch View Post
    When I am working at the factory I normally get Sunday's off. When the factory is doing our production runs they will either work 5.5 days or 6 days depending on the time frame . In the evenings I like to go for a walk to just relax and on the weekends when I am not working I go wandering around a bit
    I enjoy your pictures from China. Thanks for sharing.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Titan winch View Post
    It has been quite some time since I have sent pictures back from my visits. The reason is that with our growth over the last couple of years what was once 4 or 5 trips a year has now become a bi monthly occurrence I returned from Shanghai on Saturday night and I leave again on the 3 Rd ,a day short of two weeks and I am booking my next trip for the end of July.so as you can see we keep very busy.
    You hear a lot about Duty cycle and how it pertains to welding and just what steps are taken to actually have accurate readings for this.
    First you need to have a ambient temperature set as a example Canada has recently increased the temperature required to 47 degrees from 40 c for the rest of the world.
    Below are the temperature controlled " ovens used in determining the duty cycle rating. This has to be done this way for accuracy . Imagine sitting a unit on a freezing concrete floor in the middle of winter and wondering why the readings are different from when you did this in summer in 90' weather.
    Thanks for the updates.

    So is Everlast using 47° for all models to calculate duty cycle or just CA versions? I don't think it's ever been 47° in Canada, anyway. I routinely see over 40° every summer.
    Long arc, short arc, heliarc and in-the-dark!

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    There are a couple of USA models that have the 47 degree rating but these are the smaller power arc series. Most for the USA still use the world standard of 40 .
    It is only Canada that decided to change the standards a couple of years ago and to be honest I don't think many manufacturers have bothered to comply with it .
    There is a lot of stuff on the market. That has duty cycle ratings with nothing to back the claims ,I see this all the time on my travels to various places.
    Cheers
    Duncan
    EVERLAST CANADA
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    Thanks for posting the factory updates and city pics/stories.

    cheers
    JohnG
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    Well its been almost 3 yrs. since the last update anything new from the last factory update to present like any improvements added to like the 255 EXT Mark or Duncan or more pics.?

    Mark
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