We provide welding of metal parts and semi-finished products. We put emphasis on good workflow. Our basic criterion is the quality of construction and thus the safety, reliability and durability of the product. We use various techniques. We focus on welding methods according to EN ISO 4063 and EN 287-1. In particular, TIG, MIG, MAG and MMA welding methods are used and valid in all EU countries.
TIG - the method of arc welding between a non-consumable electrode and a material to be welded in a protective gas atmosphere. It is a tungsten electrode welding. The TIG method can be used, for example, when welding thin materials, complex structures, pipes, furniture and the like.
MIG - the method of arc welding between the electrode and the material to be welded and is carried out in a shielding gas supplied from a cylinder or gas pipeline. The shielding gas is inert and does not react chemically with the molten mass. The MIG method can be used, for example, for welding steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, aluminum-copper alloys and the like.
The MAG method is the same as for MIG, ie arc welding between the electrode and the material to be welded is carried out in a shielding gas supplied from a cylinder or gas distribution system. However, the shielding gas is active here and chemically reacts with the molten mass. The MAG method can be used for example for welding aluminum alloys, steel structures and the like.
MMA - arc welding method between the material to be welded and the coated electrode. This is manual welding. The MMA method can be used for welding steel, non-ferrous metals and the like. They are suitable for welding hard to reach places.