Welding

Welding is a process that joins materials, usually metals or thermoplastics, by causing coalescence.  Generally, this is done by melting the workpieces and adding a filler material in rod or wire to form a pool of molten material (the weld pool) that cools to become a strong joint. Alternatively, the deposited filler material can have a chemistry that is harder than the workpiece and "hardfacing" can protect the workpiece.





Overview


  TECHNICAL DATA APPLICATIONS PRODUCT
JOINING STEELS High mechanical strength. Exceptional weldability of all kind of steels. Iron working, mechanical parts, tools, stainless deposit. STEEL ARC 680S
All positions. Good weldability. Iron working, gate, iron worker, metalwork, boiler. STEEL EASY ARC ECR 4213
For safe joining, basic coating. Steel framing, piping and chassis. STEEL SAFE ARC ECB 3218
JOINING CAST IRONS Nickel based MMA electrode Engine blocks, pulleys,
trolleys, casing.
CAST ARC SSA 42
Basic graphite coated MMA electrode Production machine, pump body, critical mechanical parts. CAST ARC SSA 43
WEARFACING High hardness electrode, abrasion resistant with moderate impact. Excavator, buckets, agricultural parts. WEAR ARC SSA 36
JOINING STAINLESS STEELS AND ALUMINIUMS Stainless steel alloy with high corrosion resistance. Food materials, tanks, fittings. STAINLESS ARC 316L
Aluminium repairs Housings, fans, piping. ALU ARC 2101S