There is no doubt that most people would agree Australia has a very harsh environment and one that is mostly defined by its heat and aridity. While cities close to the coast might have the hallmarks of a more lush climate, they still go through the same summers that cause droughts amongst much of the country. Therefore it is crucial to be able to conserve every ounce of water that you can get your hands on, and even more so as the globe begins to feel the effects of global warming.
Stainless steel presents special challenges to fabricators. For instance, welders must ensure that the stainless steel does not exceed the recommended temperature range, or else the material may develop defects, such as brittleness. This article discusses some of the options that welders can use to monitor the temperature of stainless steel as they weld it.
Temperature indicator sticks are devices that look like pens or crayons. A fabricator uses them to make a mark on the material whose temperature needs to be monitored.