- Increase Productivity.
- Consistency and Repetition.
- Maintain Quality.
- Great Flexibility.
- Improve Safety.
- Reduce Labor Cost.
- Control Consumables.
THE HIGH-SPEED WELDING PROCESS
Metal Inert Gas (MIG) and Metal Active Gas (MAG) welding are gas metal arc welding (GMAW) processes that use heat created from a DC electric arc between a consumable metal electrode and a work piece which melt together to create a weld pool that fuses to form a join. Due to this process it can be used on a wide variety of metals and alloys. And is probably the most popular Welding process today.
THE COLD-WELDING PROCESS FOR PREMIUM QUALITY
CMT(Cold Metal Transfer) is a specially designed welding process usually performed by awelding robotthat requires a specific software to control Push-Pull wire feeder System.
The CMT machine detects a short circuit which sends a signal that retracts the welding filler material, giving the weld time to cool before each drop is placed. This leaves a smooth weld that is stronger than that of a hotter weld with very little slag and spatter, resulting in a cleaner finish weld. Ideal for joining various metals like steel or aluminium.
CLEAN SEAMS, STABLE CONNECTIONS
Gas tungsten arc welding, also known as TIG (tungsten inert gas welding), is an arc welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld. The weld area and electrode are protected from oxidation or other atmospheric contamination by an inert shielding gas. This allows an optimum quality and spatter-free weld seams. Ideal for stainless steels, aluminum and nickel alloys
A CONCENTRATED ARC FOR HIGH PERFORMANCE
Plasma arc welding (PAW) is an arc welding process very similar to TIG welding as the arc is formed between a pointed tungsten electrode and the work piece. However, by positioning the electrode within the body Plasma Welding offersfast welding and high quality, especially for metals with high thickness.