Highly professional welding:
When building custom made units out of stainless steel, there are many different methods that we use. The most important ones: cutting to size, forming and welding. The bulk of our attention is on welding. It creates unbreakable connections between the individual stainless steel components of our plants, containers, machines and pipes.
Always the right welding technique at hand
Our production uses the usual welding techniques WIG, MIG, MAG and MMA welding. The method used depends on the material being welded, the reason for the weld and the customers desired result. Special mention should go to our skills in orbital welding. The above average skills of our welders is one of the main reasons why our custom-made stainless steel projects have such a good international reputation.
Guarantee for top quality:
The heart of a TIG welding torch is the non-melting, heat-resistant, tungsten electrode. The arc that this electrode generates heats and melts the material the welder is working on. TIG welding is used mainly for stainless steels and aluminium and nickel alloys. The concentrated, stable arc ensures high-quality weld metal and an excellent seam without any splatter or slag. TIG welding is the first choice for all applications that demand the highest quality.
Orbital welding is a fully mechanised, inert gas welding process in which the welding arc is rotated a complete 360 degrees around the object being welded (e.g. a pipe) without any interruptions. That means that the seam is put together in one continuous motion – with consistent quality throughout. Some of the advantages of this process: the reproducibility of the welding results, short production times and a high degree of economic efficiency.
The techniques most often used around the world:
In metal-inert-gas (MIG) welding and metal-active-gas (MAG) welding, the melting metal electrode is both a filler metal and the carrier of the arc. This method is suitable for welding both unalloyed and low-alloyed structural steel as well as aluminium alloys. MIG/MAG welding has important advantages when compared to other welding methods. For example these methods have a good melting deposition rate and a deep weld penetration. In addition, both techniques are very economical.
Simple, versatile and economical:
Manual metal arc welding
Its relatively low level demands in terms of equipment make manual metal arc welding (MMA) a great mobile application, ideal for assembly and repair jobs in factories or at the construction site. As with MIG /MAG welding, the welding electrode used in MMA is both the carrier of the arc and metal filler. MMA welding is suitable for almost all kinds of metal, with the exception of aluminium. This technique is very versatile and an expert welder can even work on areas that are very difficult to reach.