WeldingWe can offer you a broad range of welding processes appropriate for different kinds of materials and technological demands.
Welding processes differs primarily according to electrodes that are being used, the way of adding filler materials and according to the shielding gas. Out of our offer we would like to point out MIG/MAG, TIG and MMA welding. By combining those procedures we weld in terms of quality wide variety of materials such as steel, stainless steel, aluminum and alloys...
MIG(Metal Inert Gas)/MAG (Metal Active Gas) is a type of arc welding, which use continous wire feed as an consumable welding electrode. The welding region is being protected by an inert or semi-inert mixture of gases (usually Argon).This process is faster than MMA due to it's high efficiency it is one of the most used welding processes. Although similar to TIG welding as far as material welded concerned, MIG has some advantages fom the economical point of view.
MMA (eng. Manual Metal Arc Welding os SMAW, stick welding) is comonly used welding process. Electric arc is being created between consumable electrodes ( covered with a material which protects the weld area from a contamination by producing carbon dioxide gas. The electrode core itself serves as a filler material. This process is versatile and has wide area of application.
TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas or GTAW) welding process is a manual welding process that uses a non consumable electrode. It is being carried out under protection of shielding gases or gases mixtures. The arc is being striked between non consumable electrode and base metal. After arc is being made, edges of joint are being melted and filler can be aded uniformly within the arc in a way that it melts and create welded joint. TIG welding is primarily being used for welding thin materials, shorter welds.. Although this welding process is relatively slow and requires more skilled welder, the result is high quality weld. TIG welding can be used on almost all weldable metals, but it is primarily used for stainless steels and light metals and in cases where high quality weld is required.