In any fabrication facility, welding process forms an integral part of work completion. Welding is the most economical and efficient way to join metals permanently, by allowing two or more pieces of metal to make them act as a single piece. The aim of our welding operation is to create quality products for our customers with quality precision sheet metal enclosures and maintaining overall specifications and finishes.
Depending on the requirement Weldflow Metal Products offers the following in house welding process:
- MIG Welding
- TIG Welding
- Spot Welding
- Capacitor discharge welding
Weldflow Metal Products has the capability of carrying out gas tungsten arc welding also known as TIG and gas metal arc welding, sometimes referred to by its subtypes metal inert gas MIG welding for all three types of materials, i.e. Stainless steel, Aluminum and regular steel products. TIG welding is often used with stainless steel or aluminum. While TIG uses welding rods, MIG uses a spool of continuously fed wire, which allows our welder to join longer stretches of metal without stopping to replace the rod.
Weldflow Metal Products has the facility of making parts and then assembling units using welding processes either TIG or MIG as the requirement dictates. At Weldflow Metal Products, we are committed to providing the highest quality of workmanship in assembling through welding processes assortment of sheet metal components relating to
All types of boxes, enclosures or sub-assemblies require to be welded together and depending on the material thickness or other constraints, our welding process is applied either MIG or TIG. Other than this at Weldflow Metal Products, we also employ other means of joining parts such as Spot Welding, also referred to as resistance spot welding. This is a process in which contacting metal surfaces are joined by the heat obtained from resistance to electric current. We employ for steel, stainless steel and dedicated spot welders for aluminum material.