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Welding

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extensive experience with welding robot

MIG welding

MIG welding

perfect welds

perfect welds

welded piece

welded piece

our experienced welders

our experienced welders

The welding technology is available:

MIG Welding: welding MIG (Metal Inert Gas) is one in which the metal electrode is a consumable that is being used as an additive metal, so this system is considered continuous welding . It is an arc welding process, where the fusion occurs by heating with an arc between a metal electrode and the continued contribution of the piece, where the protection of the arc is obtained from an externally supplied gas, which protects the air pollution and helps to stabilize the arc.
The advantages are:
- Applicable to high ranges of thickness and materials.
- Do not generate slag splashing minimum.
- High speed, efficiency and performance.
- Easy to use and manipulate.
- Possibility of automation

TIG Welding: TIG welding (Tungsten Inert Gas) is one in which the electrode of the machine is a refractory material such as tungsten, so the contribution of metal must be added separately. This process is very suitable for welding stainless steel. An inert gas (usually argon) is used to protect the air in the weld metal. If needed, add input in the form of metal wire inside the arc, either manually or automatically. Through the process can be TIG welding materials from 0.5 mm to 6mm.
The advantages are:
- Getting more resistant cords, more flexible and less susceptible to corrosion because the protective gas prevents contact between the oxygen from the atmosphere.
- The arc welding in inert gas which is cleaner and produces uniform welds due to the shortage of smoke and projections
- The mobility of gas surrounding the arc welder allows transparent what she is doing at all times, which impacts positively on the quality of welding.
- The cord is thus obtained a good surface finish, which can be improved with simple finishing operations, which impacts positively on production costs.
- The strain that occurs in the vicinity of the weld is lower.

Plasma Welding: The plasma arc welding using basically the same
TIG welding principles, for what many see it as a development of this process. The main difference is that the term denotes a gaseous atmosphere plasma determined to hit a gas heated to a temperature sufficient to produce the ionization.
Thus, the element is separated and the resulting atmosphere is made up of positive ions and electrons. It is a broadly neutral atmosphere, which forms the largest part of the column
arch and through which makes the transition from the current. Due to the large temperature plasma arc, it has many applications and its biggest advantage is that its area of
impact is two to three times lower compared with TIG welding. Welding process is the most perfect fusion.
The advantages are:
- Higher quality.
- Improved stability of the arc in Tig procedure.
- Allows you to double the speed of welding.
- Arco concentrate more with less thermal effect.
- Increased penetration.
- No interference.

Spot welding / resistance: is a resistance welding method, very useful for welding sheet parallel tortilleria, asparagus, nuts. Normally apply between 0.5 and 3 mm thick. The principle of operation of this process consists of passing a strong electric current through the metal to be joined. As in the union of the same resistance is greater than in the rest of their bodies would generate an increase in temperature in the joint (Joule effect). Taking advantage of this energy and with a bit of pressure is achieved by the union. The main advantage of this procedure, the speed of the process. We have machinery, mobile mechanical arm, and for specific tortilleria.