Metal welding is a reliable way to permanently connect hardware.
This is one of the main welding types. It is carried out using an electric arc heated to the required temperature — above the melting point of metals — up to + 7 thousand degrees Celsius.
It is used for working with alloys, as well as for joining materials that differ in thickness.
Such custom metal welding is possible both outdoors and indoors.
The essence of the technology is that an electric pulse is applied to tightly compressed parts through the shortest distance. At the point of contact of the surfaces, a molten core is formed, and since they are tightly pressed against each other, the process of metal diffusion occurs. After the point cools, the metal crystallizes.
Parts are connected using two conductors. A short-term electric discharge is applied to them. An arc is formed that melts the metal. The connection when using this technology is very tight. After that, the parts are compressed under load and a common seam is formed.
Metal Inert/Active Gas (MIG/MAG). The welding process is carried out surrounded by a special gas with the molten end of a movable metal cord.
Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG). This is argon arc welding. The process uses a high-melting electrode in the form of a tungsten rod. The welding is carried out in a stream of inert protective gas.
The price of welding work at our company corresponds to the average prices in the market. For details, please contact our sales department.