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As we all know, welding is a fabrication process whereby two metal pieces are being joined together through means of heat. When heat is applied, the metals melt and form a strong join as the part cools.
Unlike other processes like brazing and soldering, welding is a relatively cost-effective and efficient solution. By automating the process, welding reduces a lot of industrial overheads, including labour. In turn, production rates are increased, allowing one to deliver consistent and quality workmanship. For these reasons, welding tools and services are widely sought after by various industries in Singapore – particularly aerospace, automotive, manufacturing, construction and infrastructure.
However, due to the many variations of this process and the advent of new machinery, choosing the right welding equipment can be incredibly complex. But with Allinton, it doesn’t have to be!
The Different Types of Welding
- Oxy-Fuel Welding: Also referred to as gas welding, oxy-fuel welding is one of the oldest techniques that dates back to the 1900s. It is a process that relies on the combustion of oxygen and acetylene.
- Shielded Metal Arc Welding: Sometimes known as flux welding or manual metal arc welding, an electrode and a weld pool is used to accomplish the weld during this process.
- Gas Tungsten Arc Welding: In the Gas Tungsten Arc Welding process, an electric arc is utilised to melt and fuse the base metals. Possibly one of the most versatile welding processes available in the industry today, Gas Tungsten Arc Welding can be used on many different materials.
- Gas Metal Arc Welding: Gas Metal Arc Welding is a high-speed process in which the source of heat is an arc formed between a consumable wire electrode and the workpiece.
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