Welding and Cutting Equipment

Manual arc welding with coated electrode or MMA (manual metal arc welding), also know as Shielded metal arc welding (SMAW) is suitable for vertical seal, has high penetration in all positions and gives reasonable mechanical properties.

Arc welding has certain advantages over other methods.

It is faster due to the high concentration of heat generated and therefore produces less distortion at the junction.

In some cases fusible electrodes, which are filler metals in the form of rods or flux coated bare used; in other cases a refractory tungsten electrode is used and the filler metal is added separately.


Stick Welding (SMAW) Force 125
Stick Welding (SMAW) Force 125
Characteristics
  • Includes: TIGER mask and accessories for MMA welding
  • Adjustable Arc: 10-80 A
  • Pot. Max .: 2.3 kW.
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH
Stick Welding (SMAW) Force 165
Stick Welding (SMAW) Force 165
Characteristics
  • Includes: MMA welding accessories and plastic suitcase
  • Adjustable Arc: 10-150 A
  • Pot. Max .: 4.1 kW.
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH
Stick Welding (SMAW) Force 168
Stick Welding (SMAW) Force 168
Characteristics
  • Includes: MMA welding accessories and plastic suitcase
  • Adjustable Arc: 10-150 A
  • Pot. Max .: 4.1 kW.
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH
Stick Welding (SMAW) Moto Inverter 174
Stick Welding (SMAW) Moto Inverter 174
Characteristics
  • Adjustable Arc: 5-160 A
  • Electrode: 1.6 to 3.2 mm
  • generator power: 1.8 kW 230V 1PH
  • Motor Honda 6.5 hp CX200.
  • Gross Weight: 40kg
Stick Welding (SMAW) Moto Inverter 254
Stick Welding (SMAW) Moto Inverter 254
Characteristics
  • Adjustable Arc: 5-230 A
  • Electrode: 1.6 to 3.2 mm
  • generator power: 3 kW 230V 1PH
  • Motor Honda GX390 11 hp.
  • Gross Weight: 73 kg

In the manufacture of vehicles it is commonly used li resistance spot welding for assembling sheet metal parts of the body. This welding system is also used on numerous occasions to repair, because it is a clean welding and can be easily removed using a despunteadora.

Welding to be effective must take into account factors such as:

  • Pressure : It exerts adequate pressure, about ten kilograms per square millimeter depending on the thickness and the material to be welded.
  • Intensity : The intensity of the current must be high without actually merging the material.
  • Time : The welding time must be short and depending on the thickness of the material.

The filler material need not is an advantage of this type of welding.

This welding is fast, clean and strong.


Spot welder Digital Car Puller 5500
Spot welder Digital Car Puller 5500
Characteristics
  • Output current: 2,500 A
  • Pot. 50%: 1.8 kW
  • Pot. max .: 11 kW.
  • Power: 400V 2PH
Spot welder Digital Spotter 5500
Spot welder Digital Spotter 5500
Characteristics
  • Output current: 3,000 A
  • Pot 50%: 2.8 kW
  • Thickness max. of PUNTEDO: 1.5 + 1.5 mm
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH
Spot welder Digital Spotter 7000
Spot welder Digital Spotter 7000
Characteristics
  • Output current: 4,500 A
  • Pot 50%: 6.7 kW
  • Thickness max. of PUNTEDO: 1.5 + 1.5 mm
  • Power: 400V 3PH
Spot welder Inver Spotter 12000
Spot welder Inver Spotter 12000
Characteristics
  • Output current: 11,000 A
  • Pot 50%: 4.8 kW
  • Thickness max. of PUNTEDO on 2 sides: 3 + 3 mm
  • Power: 400V 3PH

Aspects to consider when choosing TIG welding

The best TIG machine will allow the widest range of amps at the lowest cost is greater Ccuanto amperes range that allows the machine, the greater the variety of possible materials and thicknesses of welding.

It is important to consider that the system of the torch is simple and rapid change.

The stability of the welding arc below 10 amps, is another parameter to consider when choosing the TIG machine model.

TIG welding machines with technologies that favor stability should be preferred.

Welding other materials beyond or stainless steel, TIG machine must provide options both DC (direct current) and AC (alternating current)

The temperature control is another critical factor in TIG welding.

NOT choose only for the price, this may affect higher costs in the medium term. The best alternative is to choose by performance depending on the specific tasks envisaged.


Advantage

Disadvantages

High quality welds Lower rates of deposition
Welding a wide range of metals It requires a high level of skill of the operator
It does not produce spatter or slag welding It emits a higher level of UV rays
Allows welding in all positions It requires a good eye and a steady hand to achieve adequate levels of quality
It allows controlled penetration weld a wide range of thicknesses including those very fine The teams are usually more expensive and sophisticated
High quality welds Lower rates of deposition

Welding machine TIG Superior 421
Welding machine TIG Superior 421
Characteristics
  • Adjustable Arc: 10-350 A
  • Adjustable Power: 0-8 / 8 to 14 kW
  • Electrode: 1.6 to 6 mm
  • Power: 400V 3PH
Welding machine Force Tig 170
Welding machine Force Tig 170
Characteristics
  • Adjustable Arc: 10-150 A
  • Power: 4.1 kW
  • Electrode: 1.6 to 4 mm
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH
Welding machine Technology TIG 230
Welding machine Technology TIG 230
Characteristics
  • Adjustable Arc: 5-220 A
  • Adjustable Power: 0 to 3.6 / 3.6-5.5 kW
  • Electrode: 1.6 to 3 mm
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH

Main advantages of MIG welding:

  • The arc is always visible to the welder.
  • It is very easy to handle.
  • High performance.
  • Allows automation.
  • The welder can weld from any position and almost no clean up.
  • has a high deposition rate or more rate at which the metal is deposited on the weld.
  • The welds are longer without pausing and early, increases productivity and produces a smoother weld.

Soldadora MIG MAG Mastermig 220
MIG MAG Welding machine Mastermig 220
Characteristics
  • Current range in DC: 20-220 A.
  • Welding wire diameter: hasta 1 mm.
  • Power supply: 230-400V 3PH.
MIG MAG Welding machine Supermig 480
MIG MAG Welding machine Supermig 480
Characteristics
  • Current range in DC: 50-420 A.
  • Welding wire diameter: hasta 2 mm.
  • Power supply: 230-400V 3PH.
MIG MAG Welding machine Inverpulse 320
MIG MAG Welding machine Inverpulse 320
Characteristics
  • Current range in DC: 10-300 A.
  • Welding wire diameter: hasta 1,2 mm.
  • Power supply: 400V 3PH.
MIG MAG Welding machine Inverpulse 425
MIG MAG Welding machine Inverpulse 425
Characteristics
  • Current range in DC: 10-400 A.
  • Welding wire diameter: hasta 1,6 mm.
  • Power supply: 400V 3PH.
MIG MAG Welding machine Technomig 150
MIG MAG Welding machine Technomig 150
Characteristics
  • Current range in DC: 20-150 A.
  • Welding wire diameter: hasta 0,8 mm.
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH.
MIG MAG Welding machine Technomig 210
MIG MAG Welding machine Technomig 210
Characteristics
  • Current range in DC: 20-200 A.
  • Welding wire diameter: hasta 1 mm.
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH.
MIG MAG Welding machine Technomig 215
MIG MAG Welding machine Technomig 215
Characteristics
  • Current range in DC: 20-160 A.
  • Welding wire diameter: hasta 1 mm.
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH.
MIG MAG Welding machine Technomig 223
MIG MAG Welding machine Technomig 223
Characteristics
  • Current range in DC: 20-220 A.
  • Welding wire diameter: hasta 1 mm.
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH.
MIG MAG Welding machine Telmig 180
MIG MAG Welding machine Telmig 180
Characteristics
  • Current range in DC: 30-170 A.
  • Welding wire diameter: hasta 0,8 mm.
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH.
MIG MAG Welding machine Telmig 281
MIG MAG Welding machine Telmig 281
Characteristics
  • Current range in DC: 40-270 A.
  • Welding wire diameter: hasta 1,2 mm.
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH.

The plasma cutting benefits include ease of use, higher quality cuts and higher travel speeds.

What is plasma cutting technology?

Plasma cutting is a process that uses a high velocity jet of ionized gas that is sent from a constricting orifice The high speed of ionized gas, which is plasma, conducts electricity from the plasma torch to the workpiece. The plasma heats the work piece, melting the material. The high velocity flow of ionized gas mechanically blows the molten metal, breaking the material.

What I can use plasma cutting?

Plasma cutting is ideal for steel and non-ferrous material of less than 1 inch thick. Plasma cutting special alqunas really shines in such applications as cutting expanded metal. And compared with the mechanical means cutting, plasma cutting is usually much faster and can not easily make linear cuts.


Plasma Cutting Interprisse 160 HF
Plasma Cutting Interprisse 160 HF
Characteristics
  • Power: 25 kW
  • Cut: up to 45 mm thick
  • Power: 230-400V 3PH
Plasma Cutting Tecnology 54 Kompressor
Plasma Cutting Tecnology 54 Kompressor
Characteristics
  • Power: 4.5 kW
  • Cut: up to 10 mm thick
  • Power supply: 230V 1PH
Plasma Cutting Superior 60 HF
Plasma Cutting Superior 60 HF
Characteristics
  • Power: 7.5 kW
  • Cut: up to 20 mm thick
  • Power: 400V 3PH
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