We weld all the following materials:
- Iron S235JR
- Stainless steel AISI 304 AISI 316
- Brushed and polished AISI 2B steel
- Aluminum profiles and sheets li>
The staff is provided with a TIG-MIG welding license.
Hints on welding
The welding is a process that allows the permanent connection of solid parts to each other and that realizes the continuity of the material where it is applied. The welding in its most common sense presupposes the localized heat supply that allows the material to melt. This material can be the material that is part of the parts that are joined, but it can also be a material foreign to them, said filler material: in the first case we speak of autogenous welding in the second of heterogeneous welding or brazing. The welding creates a permanent connection that differs from other permanent connections (for example nailing or gluing) that do not realize the continuity of the material. With some autogenous welding processes, if performed correctly and according to certain principles, an almost total continuity is guaranteed in the same characteristics of the material of the joined parts.
Tig (Tungsten Inert Gas) and Mig (Metal Inert Gas) welding is the combination of two welding processes widely used in industry to join metallic materials in a precise, resistant and high quality way. We specialize in both processes and offer Tig & Mig welding services to suit a wide range of applications.
Features of our Tig & Mig welding services:
Tig Welding: Tig welding is an arc welding process that uses a tungsten electrode to generate the heat needed to melt the base material and create a strong, durable weld. This process is known for its precision and ability to weld thin and delicate materials. Tig welding is commonly used for stainless steel, aluminum, copper and other materials.
Mig Welding: Mig welding is an arc welding process in which a welding wire is fed continuously through a welding gun. During the process, the welding wire fuses together with the base material, creating a strong and durable weld. Mig welding is valued for its speed and versatility, and is widely used for welding carbon steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
Technical Expertise: Our team of experienced welders possess extensive knowledge and expertise in Tig & Mig welding processes. We are able to work with a variety of materials and thicknesses, ensuring high quality welds and meeting specific customer requirements.
Quality Control: Quality is at the heart of everything we do. We use the best quality control practices to ensure that every weld is done with precision and meets the highest standards. We constantly monitor the welding process to make sure every joint is strong, durable and free from defects.