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Arc Welding

With arc welding an electrical discharge is created between an electrode and the welding material. Arc welding is suitable for creating special joints, joining up various types of materials and other applications. We employ the following techniques:

MIG-MAG

MIG-MAG

MIG/MAG welding is a gas arc welding process where an arc is maintained between a melting down wire electrode and the work piece itself.

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CMT

CMT

CMT welding is a variant of MIG/MAG welding. This process has been developed for applications where a controlled low level of heat transfer is desired.

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TIG

TIG

TIG welding is a gas arc welding process where an arc is maintained between a non-melting Wolfram electrode and the work piece itself. The...

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MIG/MAG brazing

MIG/MAG brazing

In the MIG/MAG welding process the arc is created by way of a short circuit between the work piece and the wire electrode where the environment is either inert or active gas.

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Plasma welding

Plasma welding

Plasma welding can be seen as a further development of TIG welding. Plasma welding is a gas arc welding process where an arc is maintained between a non-melt...

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