Complex welding facility on 2500 m2

    Welding is an important step in machine production.

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High quality welding

State of the art welding facility

As part of our complex sheet metal processing, we perform locksmith industrial work, including welding. The high professional knowledge and many years of experience of our qualified staff guarantee outstanding quality. Welding is a key sheet metal working process in machine building. We can weld carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum with our available technologies.

The high level training of our internationally qualified IWE welding engineers guarantees the adequacy of our welding processes and ensures their supervision.

High quality welding, with high tech equipment and experienced staff.

Some of our weldment technologies

  • MIG/MAG welding: productive, fast process for thin and thick sheets. Using pulse technology, even and deep seam fusion can be achieved, resulting in a balanced and high bond strength. Thus, no defects occur in the seam.
  • TIG welding: Tungsten inert gas (TIG) is a gas shielded process and is one of the fusion welding processes. It is used wherever optimum quality and spatter-free weld seams are required. TIG is suitable, among other things, for stainless steels, aluminum and nickel alloys as well for thin sheet metal made of aluminum and stainless steel. It is used in pipeline and container construction, in portal construction and in aerospace applications.
  • Stud welding: Stud weldment allows metal fasteners such as weld studs, weld pins and tapped studs, to be welded onto another metal object using an arc at lightning speed. An arc is produced between the end of the stud and the surface of the workpiece, melting both parts. The stud is then forged into the molten pool. The material solidifies and the stud is welded. The weld is uniform and has complete fusion across the flange. As the whole surface of the weld stud is joined with the workpiece, the resulting weld joint is stronger than the stud or parent material.
  • Spot welding: In spot weldment, the parts to be welded lie on top of each other, with their surfaces touching, in point or line form. The electric current is supplied by the spot-weldment electrodes. When the required temperature is reached, the parts are welded in spots at the contact points between the electrodes by means of the electrode force.
  • Projection welding: Projection technology differs from spot technology in that one or more projections are attached to one of the two workpieces that are to be joined. The projection forms a defined current conduction point. The parts are placed on top of each other and welded together at this point using large-area electrodes by means of a current pulse under the influence of the electrode force. Several projections can also be welded at the same time.

Examples of our welding machines

  • MIG/MAG: Fronius TPS 400I, Fronius TPS 2700 MagicWave 3000


  • TIG: Fronius Trans TIG 3000,  TransTig 2200, Mastertig 3000 MLS MTM
  • Stud weldment: Soyer BMS-8NV
  • Spot and projection weldment: Dalex PMS 12-6
Max electrode force 1290 daN
Arm extension  750mm
Cylinder stroke 100mm

Butt and fillet welds of pipes and plate parts are welded by qualified welders.

During welding, the perfect quality of the seams and the finished parts is constantly checked by our quality control staff. In addition, we pay special attention to the appearance of the seams, as the aesthetic appearance of the product is greatly influenced by the seams in visible places.

We ensure through in-production and final inspections that we are providing our customers with flawless quality.


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Locksmith facility and welding processes