In addition to welding all types of steel and stainless steel, we also focus on the welding of aluminium alloys. We employ highly qualified welders certified according to the European standards. We most commonly used the MIG/MAG and TIG/WIG methods.
In 2015, we acquired a press brake, which enables us to bend and weld own structures from sheet-metal and profiles. We can thus offer the custom design and manufacturing of various bent and welded structures to the customer, for instance, welded machine and equipment frames (length 4.5 m, height 2 m, width 2 m, weight up to 3 tonnes), etc.
We also weld small parts using own jigs, as well as large dimension and heavy-weight welded structures. We perform piece-work and serial production for our customers. In this segment, we are capable of offering a relatively interesting price. The reason for this consists in the automatic welding machines, which we make for use in series production. In this way, we are capable of improving the efficiency, automation and end price of the work. In series, we annually make up to several hundred units.
All of our welders have accomplished welding tests according to the standard and we also have a certified welding engineer. We are making long-term efforts to employ top-quality people from the region and provide them with professional training. We are convinced that this philosophy will enable us to even compete with the disproportionately larger companies in the Czech Republic.
Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding technology is an arc-welding process that produces the weld with a non-consumable tungsten electrode in an inert gas shield atmosphere. During the welding process, the electrode is exposed to extreme temperatures and should thus be made of resistant material. For this reason, Tungsten (Wolfram) electrodes are used. The TIG method is also known as WIG welding – this is an identical method. The main advantage of the TIG method is precision and high level control over the weld pool. TIG welding is mainly applied in the welding of steel. This method is used to weld:
It is semi-automatic arc-welding of metals in an inert gas shielded environment – the acronym MIG is derived from the English term “metal inert gas”. MIG welding is particularly used to weld aluminium and other general light metals. Argon, or its mixture with Helium, is the most commonly used inert gas in MIG welding. In addition to the welding of aluminium, it can also be used to weld copper (including its alloys – particularly, bronze) and titanium.