April 10th, 2014 — Pasadena, Texas
March 11 - 13th, 2014 — Seattle, Washington, USA.
February 11 - 13th, 2014 — San Antonio, Texas , USA.
August 27th, 2013 — Edmonton , Canada
Liburdi Group of Companies is pleased to announce the opening of our Edmonton office to better serve the Alberta and surrounding western region.
June 18th, 2013 — Canada
Featuring John Bottoms, General Manager of Liburdi Dimetrics
June 10th, 2013 — Houston , USA
Liburdi Dimetrics is pleased to announce the opening of our Houston location to serve the US Gulf region.
June 4th, 2013 — Dundas , Canada
Designed to provide an all-in-one solution for factory welding needs. It is an ideal tool for corrosion resistant overlays, hardfacing, "safe-end" processing, feature build-up and many other applications.
January 3rd, 2013 — Dundas , Canada
Highly refined from our ORBITIG™ legacy line, the ORBITIG™240 was designed as a next generation mid-level power source to accommodate effortless programming of complex weld cycles.
March 2nd, 2012 — Dundas , Canada
Featuring John Bottoms, Alan Bumgardner, David Hansen, Brian Lucas, David Liolli and Troy Jackson.
May 13th, 2011 — Dundas , Canada
The ARCWA facility was equipped with almost a half-million dollars worth of state-of-the art orbital welding equipment provided by Liburdi Dimetrics. The center is dedicated to automated orbital welding instruction and training.
May 11th, 2011 — Dundas , Canada
This improved pendant includes primary and background control for current, wire, voltage and travel in TIG mode.
Works well with Orbimig II™, P300™, GTVI® and GTVP®.
February 9th, 2011 — Dundas , Canada
Ningde CPR1000 nuclear power station integrated Liburdi's advanced orbital automated welding equipment in the construction, a first in mainland China.
Liburdi assisted CNPEC with integration, training, onsite installation and technical support. Specifically designed for nuclear applications, the system configuration consisted of a customized version of Liburdi Dimetrics H weld heads, a 2-in-1 weld head design for pipe-to-pipe and pipe-to-elbow applications with low axial and radial clearance.
Liburdi's advanced FireView™ touch screen control consoles which allow the weld operator to accurately interface with the weld process remotely. Both the weld heads and remote control consoles were powered by Liburdi's heavy duty 600 amp Gold Track® VIpower sources. "...this is the first automatic welding technology used in the construction of nuclear power in China"
January 5th, 2011 — Dundas , Canada
While the Chalk River Nuclear Reactor was unexpectedly shut down for repairs, the world waited for medical isotopes.
A global search for expert resources led AECL to Liburdi Automation Inc.
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October 19th, 2009 — Mooresville , USA
Liburdi Dimetrics and Liburdi Turbine Services has recently moved its manufacturing operation 7 miles (11 km) north of Davidson into a larger facility in Mooresville. This new 10 acre (435,600 square foot) location at 2599 Charlotte Hwy is well suited for manufacturing, and is easily accessible from I 77 highway.
Liburdi is upgrading the facility and installing new processes for its proprietary coatings, cleaning and rejuvenation of superalloy components.
May 19th, 2009 — Dundas , Canada
With 40 years of in-house engineering, orbital weld heads, power supplies and infield technical services; Applied Cybernetics completes our tube and pipe product line to serve our valued clients.