Resistance spot welding

The high demand for resistance spot welding is caused by a number of its incident advantages. Among them are high performance due to high electric power (welding time of one joint or point is up to 0.02–1 s); high and stable quality of welded joints; minor residual deformations, simplicity and ease of handling of welding machines, accuracy of   joints (insignificant welded seams), environmental friendliness, and efficiency

Technical specifications:

  • gap depth – up to 300 mm
  • welded part thickness– up to 5 mm

svarka2Our company provides a variety of services for the assembly and welding of various metals:

Semiautomatic welding, also known as MIG/MAG, metal-arc inert-gas (MIG) that does not react with a molten metal or electrode, or metal active gas  (MAG), allows optimizing the welding process and product quality. This is a semi-automatic method that is suitable for welding standard, large metal assemblies.

Argon-arc welding, is one of the sub-types of heat treatment, which   melts the metal in an argon environment (protective gas) due to the non-combustible tungsten electrode.

Welding non-ferrous metals with argon requires great concentration and accuracy in work. Due to high chemical activity when contacting with oxygen, all non-ferrous metals and their alloys are coated with an oxide film. This coating prevents the proper connection of parts. But our specialists   ensure a neat, smooth, and strength welding seam, which will serve more than one year.