Welding

No. 970

No. 970 Power Groover

This groover has seam tracking wheels that follow the seamline to cut a trapezoidal groove for welding. It has a simple visual depth control knob that is labeled in increments of 1/10 of a millimeter. Chips are more effectively collected in the dust bag due to optimized direction of airflow within the housing. Comes with a 12 tooth 130 mm carbide tipped blade that is replaceable and resharpenable (No. 971), and a metal carrying case. A heavy grit diamond blade for metal-impregnated safety floor is available as an accessory (No. 972). Motor specifications: 110V AC 9A No Load RPM 12,000. Maximum cutting depth: 4mm.

No. 971

No. 971 12 Tooth Carbide Blade

This is a replacement carbide tipped blade for the Crain No. 970 Power Groover. It is a 12 tooth 130 mm diameter blade which can also be used on other groovers that take this size blade. It cuts a trapezoidal shaped groove in the material. It is not for use on metal impregnated safety floors. This blade is resharpenable. For safety floors, see the No. 972 Diamond Groover Blade. Net weight: 8 oz.

No. 972

No. 972 Diamond Groover Blade

This is a heavy grit diamond abrasive cutting blade for metal impregnated safety floors. It has continuous diamond grit brazed on its entire outside diameter. Its 130 mm diameter works on other groovers that take this size blade. It produces an approximately 3.4 mm wide groove. Diamond wear affects width and depth of cut. Net weight 1 lb. 1 oz.

No. 960

No. 960 Heat Weld Gun

This heat welding gun has electronic temperature and airflow control that is continuously adjustable using separate sliding controls. Produces hot air from 80°F to 1250°F and variable airflow up to 15.4 CFM. The gun comes with a precise fitting pencil tip nozzle, a triangular speed welding tip for triangular or "half-moon" welding rod, and a round speed welding tip for round rod. The tips have hot air outlets that are precision formed to focus heat over the seam area and minimize scorching. Comes with detailed instructions for heat welding seams. Net weight: 3 lbs.

No. 961

No. 961 Triangular Welding Tip

This triangular speed welding tip for the Crain No. 960 Heat Weld Gun is for welding seams using triangular or "half-moon" ("half-round') welding rod. The air outlet is precisely formed to focus hot air over the seam area and minimize scorching. This tip has a standard sized inlet diameter that fits the pencil tip nozzle outlet of most other popular heat weld guns. Net weight: 1 oz.

No. 962

No. 962 Round Welding Tip

This round speed tip for the Crain No. 960 Heat Weld Gun is for welding seams using round 4 mm welding rod. The air outlet is precisely formed to focus hot air over the seam area and minimize scorching. This tip has a standard sized inlet diameter that fits the pencil tip nozzle outlet of most other popular heat weld guns. Net weight: 1 oz.

No. 979

No. 979 Universal Welding Tip

This versatile tip works with 3 mm or 5 mm round welding rod, "half-moon" ("half-round") welding rod, or triangular welding rod. It has an adjusting screw at the rod inlet to adapt the inlet to the various rod shapes. The grooved brass pressure roller is also adaptable to the various rod shapes. The hot air inlet is sized to fit the Crain No. 960 Heat Weld Gun or previous model No. 980 Heat Weld Gun, as well as other popular models of heat weld guns. Net weight: 4 oz.

No. 963

No. 963 Pencil-Tip Nozzle

The pencil tip nozzle adapts our No. 960 Heat Weld Gun to our No. 961 Triangular Welding Tip, No. 962 Round Welding Tip, No. 963 Pencil-Tip Nozzle, or No. 979 Universal Welding Tip. The angled outlet is convenient for holding the heat gun and keeping the speed tip in contact with the welding rod. This nozzle is also for welding coved areas in conjunction with a pressure roller (No. 967). This nozzle has a standard diameter inlet that fits most popular heat weld guns, and a standard diameter outlet that fits most popular speed tips. Net weight: 3 oz.

No. 955

No. 955 Pull Hand Groover

This hand groover cuts a U-shaped groove at the seam line for welding. It used for starter grooves near the wall for insertion of a power groover, for making grooves in tight areas like doorways, or wherever floors are not level. It is designed to groove by pulling on the large wooden handle. The adjustable fin guides the U-shaped blade along the seam line and controls the grooving depth. The depth control prevents gouging and rising up of the blade. The result is a uniform groove at a faster rate. Comes with 3 blades, one pre-loaded on the tool, and two stored in the handle. Net weight: 6 oz.

No. 956

No. 956 Pull Hand Groover Blades (3)

These U-shaped replacement blades for the No. 955 Pull Hand Groover come in a pack of three each. They are precision formed from high carbon steel, heat-treated, and hand sharpened. The locator hole above the screw hole keeps the blade rigidly in place on the blade holder of the Crain No. 955 Pull Hand Groover. The standard shape of this blade allows it to be used on other popular pull hand groovers as well. Net weight: 1/2 oz. / pack.

No. 985

No. 985 Quarter Moon Knife

This knife is used to trim excess welding rod from the seam area after cooling to make the seam area flush with the rest of the floor. It is used in a two-step process in conjunction with the No. 986 Trim Guide. First, insert the trim guide beneath the knife and trim off the bulk of the material on a first pass. Afterwards, remove the trim guide and make a second pass with the knife only. The fine cut of the second pass finishes flush with the surrounding floor. The knife comes with a protective pouch. Blade is resharpenable. Trim guide not included. Net weight: 2 oz.

No. 986

No. 986 Trim Guide

This steel depth control guide is used with the No. 985 Quarter Moon Knife in a two-step trimming process that removes excess welding rod from the seam area after cooling. First, insert the trim guide beneath the knife and trim off the bulk of the material on a first pass. Afterwards, the trim guide is removed and a second pass is made with the knife only. No knife is included with this guide. Net weight: 1 oz.

No. 988

No. 988 Vinyl Welding Kit

This kit includes the basic tools needed for vinyl welding, all at a great price! It includes: No. 960 Head Weld Gun (including the No. 963 Pencil Tip Nozzle, No. 961 Triangular Welding Tip, and the No. 962 Round Welding Tip), No. 970 Power Groover, No. 955 Pull Hand Groover, No. 985 Quarter Moon Knife, and No. 986 Trim Guide. Comes complete with a metal carrying case that holds all the tools in the kit.

No. 965

No. 965 Skiving Knife w/Blade

This knife for trimming excess heat welding rod at the seam comes with a sharp, flexible blade that is replaceable and a built-in pivoting trim guide, all in one tool. Eliminates difficult resharpening and gouging problems with quarter moon knives. Uses a two-step process for trimming. On the first pass, trim with the guide under the blade to remove the bulk of the material, then pivot the trim guide out of the way on the second pass. The flexible blade won't gouge high spots. Net weight: 7 oz.

No. 966

No. 966 Skiving Knife Repl. Blade

Includes one each replacement blade for the No. 965 Skiving Knife used for trimming excess heat welding rod flush at the seam. This replaceable blade is flexible to eliminate gouging high spots which can occur with quarter moon knives. It also eliminates difficult resharpening of quarter moon knives. Net weight: 1/4 oz.

No. 967

No. 967 Skiving Knife Repl. Blades (5)

Includes a pack of five replacement blades for the No. 965 Skiving Knife used for trimming excess heat welding rod flush at the seam. These replaceable blades are flexible to eliminate gouging of high spots which can occur with quarter moon knives. They also eliminate difficult resharpening of quarter moon knives. Net weight: 1 1/4 oz.

No. 983

No. 983 Hand Groover

This hand groover cuts a groove along the seamline for welding. It is used to make starting grooves near the wall for a power groover, and can also be used in tight areas such as doorways where a power groover cannot operate. The tool works by pulling the blade through the material to form the groove. Blades are replaceable. Comes with a total of six replacement blades, one mounted on the blade carrier, and five additional blades stored in the hollow handle. The blades have U-shaped edges ground on two sides.

No. 984

No. 984 Hand Groover Repl. Blades (10)

This is a pack of ten replacement blades for the No. 983 Hand Groover which is used to form a U-shaped groove at the seam line for welding. The blades have U-shaped edges ground on both sides. The blades come in a plastic box with a lid that snaps shut for storage. Net weight: 1 oz.

No. 987

No. 987 Pressure Roller

This tool is used to weld seams in areas where a speed tip does not work well such as at coved areas. The welding rod is threaded through the hollow handle and put under the brass pressure roller. The pressure roller has a groove for guiding and pressuring the welding rod into the cove seam area. As the roller presses and holds the rod, a heat gun with pencil-tip nozzle welds it in place. Net weight: 2 oz.

No. 976

No. 976 11/64" Replacement Bit

This carbide bit is for use on the discontinued No. 975 Power Groover. It cuts an 11/64" groove, and has a 3/16" shank diameter to fit the groover. This bit is not for use on metal-impregnated safety floors, which require a power saw and diamond blade to groove. Net weight: 1 oz.

Subscribe to Welding