We specialise in welding components for the automotiv sector in materials such as aluminium, carbon steel,
stainless steel. We are a company with extensive experience in welding, the continuous development of
which is supervised by qualified welders. We have and work to ISO 3834-2 welding standard, EN 15085-2
rail vehicle construction and EN1090 EXC2 steel structure fabrication and assembly.
All our welds are subjected to strict quality control, guaranteeing the highest quality and durability. For
welding, we use OTC robots and KEMPPI welding machines.
Welding involves joining materials by heating and melting them at the joint with or without the addition of a
filler metal. The heat source is usually the welding arc created by the current generated by the welding
Arc welding is welding with an electric arc. Arc welding can only use the heat generated by the arc, which
causes the parts being welded to fuse together. This is the case, for example, with tungsten electrode inert
gas (TIG) welding.
However, additional material is usually also fused to the weld. This is fed through the wire feeder to which
the welding gun is connected (MIG/MAG welding), or manually in the form of a covered electrode. The filler
material must have approximately the same melting point as the weld material.