WELDING

One of the most important essential components to Industry today is welding. Without it many things we use in everyday life would not exist. Our products are simply made to do the job they’re supposed to, without fail.

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Arc Welding

Arc Welding - (SMAW – Shield Metal Arc Welding) or (MMA or MMAW – Manual Metal Arc Welding) Known as stick welding & general purpose welding. It is a manual arc welding process that uses a consumable electrode covered with a flux to lay the weld....

Mig Welding

Mig Welding (GMAW – Metal Inert/Metal Active Gas Welding or Gas Metal Arc Welding) Known as CO2 welding. It is a semi-automatic arc welding process whereby a consumable wire electrode along with an argon based or argon mix shielding gas is fed through a...

Tig Welding

Tig Welding – (GTAW – Gas Tungsten Arc Welding) or (TIG – Tungsten Inert Gas) Is an arc welding process which joins metals by heating them with a non-consumable tungsten electrode which will not form part of the completed weld. A consumable filler metal...

Submerged Welding

Submerged Welding – (SAW – Submerged Arc Welding) It is a semi-automatic or fully mechanised arc welding process whereby the electric arc is covered by a bed or blanket of flux. The molten weld and arc zone are completely sub-merged beneath a granular flux...

Gas Welding

Gas Welding, Cutting & Heating – (Oxy-Fuel Welding or Gas Welding or Oxy-Fuel Cutting) Is a process whereby fuel gases and oxygen are used to cut or weld metals.

Plasma Cutting

Plasma Cutting Is a process whereby hot air or natural gases in the form of an accelerated jet are used to cut through electrically conductive materials.

Gouging

Gouging Is a process whereby an electric arc is generated between the tip of a carbon electrode consumable and the workpiece. The metal becomes molten and a high velocity air jet streams down the electrode to blow it away, thus leaving a clean groove....