Resistance Welding

Resistance welding is the name given to a group of welding processes in which coalescence between two metals is obtained by heat arising out of resistance posed by the work-piece to the flow of current. Pressure is generally applied to secure the joint firmly. The work-piece is a part of the electric circuit, through which … Read more

Carbon Arc Welding (CAW)

CAW – short for carbon arc welding, is a welding process in which fusion is obtained by heat produced by striking an arc between a carbon electrode and the work-piece. Shielding is not used. Pressure may or may not be used. Filler rod also may or may not be used. The main difference between the … Read more

Resistance Welding Equipment

When two metals are closely pressed together, and an electric current is passed through them – they offer an electric resistance to the flow of current. This resistance is greater than the one if the current was flowing through a continuous metal. The resistance to current causes heat to be generated between the two metals. … Read more

Plasma Arc Welding (PAW)

PAW, short for Plasma Arc Welding is a type of metal joining process in which coalescence is obtained by heating the work-piece with a constricted arc. The constricted arc can be struck in two ways: one, between the tungsten electrode and the work-piece. This is called a transfer arc. Two, the arc is struck between … Read more