Welding

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highly strong and precise welding device for circumferential welding of long tubes and components

 

Welding work is carried out on a 2-station gantry robot, a fully automated long welding system, a semi-automated welding machine and also manually by qualified welders.

 

On the long welding system liners up to 16,000 mm (with a bit of effort 18,000 mm) can be joined with circumferential welds with no problem. In the process the liners to be welded together are aligned rectilinearly to under 2 mm to each other.

                    

Cladding on piston rods, rod guides, pistons and liner internal fits is possible on this long welding system.

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robotic welding on two stations

 

The operation has the manufacturer qualifications for welding to DIN EN ISO 3834 - 2 as well as certification to AD 2000 Merkblatt HP 0. DNV or Germanischer Lloyd certification is planned.

 

Our welders are regularly externally certified and have passed all the necessary DIN EN 287-1 welding tests.
The welding work carried out in our company is always based on AD 2000 HP 0 or DIN EN ISO 15614 Part 1 procedure tests.
Procedure tests are also available for many steels (steel designations still to be inserted!) Evidence of other procedure tests is given individually according to the requirements where necessary.

 

In addition to complete component production including the welding work we are also happy to carry out pure welding work on a contract basis for our customers.


Automatic SA/ TIG (prepared for MAG)


Outside Ø mm

Length mm

max.


max.


 

1.200

16.000 (18.000)

TIG/SA welded tubes

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Excess penetration in the inside diameter < 0.5 mm.

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Robot MAG (2 Stations) - very suitable for recurring high numbers of pieces


 

Outside Ø mm

Length mm

max.


max.


 

650

6.500

additive manufacturing, stainless steel welding, extruder welding

additive manufacturing of extruder tubes (stainless steel)

 

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