TIG Welding: Using direct current (DC), TIG welding is applied to stainless steels, structural materials, carbon steels and low alloy steels. In addition, alternating current (AC) is used for aluminum alloys and magnesium alloys. The TIG process is particularly outstanding when welding thinner materials, shorter joints and root welds.
REL (Manual Electro Arc) Welding: The REL process uses coated electrodes, where an electric arc transfers metal into the weld by melting the electrode. Often used in surfacing and repair welding, REL welding offers a wide range of applications in production, despite its limitations.
MIG/MAG Welding: This procedure, under the protection of gases such as Ar, CO2 or a mixture of gases, is considered one of the most common in the world of welding. The continuous supply of additional material from coils of different sizes of wire makes MIG/MAG welding an efficient and practical choice.
ALUMINUM WELDING: As with steel elements, aluminum welding requires special guidelines. Aluminum's reactivity and tendency to oxidize pose challenges, but our expertise in managing these processes ensures safety and quality. We carefully prepare the aluminum to avoid oxidation and ignition, providing a safe and precise welding process.