Soldering and welding technology
Welding and brazing with competence and experience
A simple seam on a component or the welding and brazing of complex assemblies is carried out by us on schedule with a high quality standard.
In our extensively equipped welding shop, we put together what belongs together.
MIG / MAG welding of alloyed and unalloyed steel, stainless steel and aluminum with a current of up to 300 amps.
An inexpensive and quick welding process.
We prefer to use this technology for components with larger dimensions and in general steel construction.
With this arc welding process, the consumable welding wire is permanently fed by a motor. Depending on the material, this takes place under an atmosphere of inert or active gases.
TIG or tungsten inert gas welding of alloyed and unalloyed steel, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium or copper up to 250 amps.
We use this technology when high demands are placed on the weld seams in terms of durability, impermeability (UHV weld seam) or appearance.
The advantages of this process are that we can join all materials that are suitable for fusion welding.
We can weld material thicknesses from 0.1mm to 40mm and thicker.
Hard and soft soldering of steel, stainless steel, brass, copper or hard metals.
Soldering is the technique when it becomes filigree in model making, for example, when little heat input or an "invisible" connection is required. We use a gas burner or oven as a heat source. We solder with cadmium-free, high-silver hard solders and with lead-free soft solders.
Resistance spot welding of steel and stainless steel.
We weld material thicknesses with a maximum of 2 + 2 mm.
This resistance welding process is mainly used to weld metal sheets together.
We use a mobile spot welding gun with fuzzy logic, which enables us to weld sheets from approx. 0.2mm to 2mm. A great advantage is the low welding distortion of the sheets, as the heat is only introduced selectively.