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In many modern fabrication steps, both traditional and new cutting, welding and coating processes are used. Laser cutting can now be seen as a standard method in many fabrication industries.
Several repair and maintenance methods are also used in the after-sales market. Some of these are crucial for low shutdown times, for example in nuclear power plants and pulp and paper plants.
Without today's modern processes it would be impossible to build constructions such as super tankers in an economic way and within a reasonable time.
Metal fabrication involves many processes which rely on industrial gases.
Various cutting methods are used to separate metal and some of these consume gas.
The welding and brazing techniques used to join materials also use gases.
Thermal spraying relies on gas to produce almost any coated surface finish.
The use of gas proves an extremely effective method of controlled cooling during the production process.