All welding procedures currently established for machine repairs can be carried out in our workshop or on location.
Cracks in machine parts made of steel and steel casting are generally repaired by caulking, grinding or milling. We then weld them with the preheating method.
The most frequently used welding process for such work is the manual arc welding method. This is distinguished by low heat application, which in turn leads to less tension than would result in other methods.
Every type of steel requires a certain basic temperature during wel- ding. Additional heat treatments are therefore often necessary during or after the welding to further reduce the tension. We conduct these heat treatments in a wide variety of forms and sizes. To this end, we use either stationary furnaces or our mobile annealing equipment.
We perform heat treatments in the widest variety of forms and sizes. An in-situ heat treatment can be implemented in stationary furnaces or directly at the location of the customer with our mobile annealing equipment.
E-Hand, MAG, MIG.WIG,
Submerged Arc Welding - Flame Cutting (Oxyacetylene and Plasma) - Annealing Techniques - Thermal Spraying