1. ARGON-ARC WELDING / FERROUS AND NONFERROUS METALS
Argon-arc welding - effective connection of items made from any metals.
Argon-arc welding is fire-safe due to the absence of sparks. It is also the cleanest and qualitative type of arc welding, at which is possible
- • use of small currents, which has a positive effect on working with sheet metal, requiring high precision.
- • work without flux and electrode coatings.
- • execution of an aesthetic and high strength seam including in welding from one side only.
- • rapid metal cutting with formation a smooth and protected from the formation of oxide or nitride film edge. Related wastes are blown by a stream of argon.
- • performing surfacing to restore worn-out parts of the product.
- • performing welding of poorly weldable metals.
- • work with elements of different sizes, from small parts to massive steel structures.
- • minimum amount of emitted aerosols.
At the same time, the cost of argon welding is much less than the purchase cost of new parts to replace, and the high quality welding will allow the renovated parts to serve for many years without losing its performance.
Argon-arc welding is first and foremost quality, continuity and integrity of the weld.
2. WELDING IN THE ENVIRONMENT OF CARBON DIOXIDE (CO2) / FERROUS AND NONFERROUS METALS
Welding in carbon dioxide is of high performance and simplicity. Welding in carbon dioxide is produced by consumable electrode and is widely used for assembling, dismantling, repair and restore thin-walled parts.
- • Visibility of the process of welding to a welder
- • No need for appliances for supplying and removing flux
- • Good quality welds. Welds do not require subsequent removal of flux residues and slag
- • High productivity due to the efficient use of the heat of the arc.
- • Ability to conduct work in different spatial positions in the automatic and semi-automatic welding.
- • Low cost
- • Use for welding metal parts of small thicknesses.
- • Availability of welding of suspended parts without the use of pads.
3. CONTACT (DOT) WELDING
Contact (dot) welding is a process in which parts are joined at one or simultaneously at several dots.
Contact welding is a process of joining metal pieces due to the short electric heating and plastic deformation by means of compression, which is produced by the electrode.
Contact welding relates to the thermo-mechanical process for welding.
- • High economic efficiency
- • Possibility to automate the welding process.
- • Optimal thermal cycle allows to provide high quality connections for virtually all types of metals.
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