If we want to divide the field into two main types, we have autogenous welding, which is the type we do, and that is achieved by melting. Its main characteristic is that the metal base is the welded seam, i.e. it can be done without (we are talking about TIG welding) or with the addition of metal of the same type as that of the piece to be welded.
Heterogeneous welding, on the other hand, which we do not do, includes soldering and braze welding: here the melting concerns only the filler, i.e. the soldering metal, which may differ from that of the pieces to be joined.
Our tube welding department is equipped and qualified to work on metals like iron and stainless steel.
To obtain welded pipes and tubes of excellent quality, it is essential to follow strict procedures during processing and control, in addition to selecting top grade, certified materials.
We perform TIG welding on all tubes in stainless steel. Where necessary, we provide to protect the inside of the welded tube if heating could make it subject to rust.
The process can be done with or without filler metal.
We perform wire welding or TIG welding on steel parts using Corgon gas in the former case and Argon in the latter.
TIG welding can also be done with or without filler.
With our welding service, we can provide the clients with products like bushings, plates or other tubes that serve to complete the finished products.
We perform hermetically sealed welds (UNI-EN 303-5) and welds compliant to standard UNI EN ISO 3834-4:2006 employing specialized personnel with qualifications according to EN ISO 9606-1 and UNI EN ISO 14731:2007.
The welded tube in steel or stainless steel is widely used in many industrial sectors.
Welding the tubes enables us to produce more or less complex structures by joining various metal parts. The material has to be melted with skill in order to assemble finished parts ready for subsequent treatments such as painting, galvanizing or sand-blasting.