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Arc welding

Electro gas welding

Process Joining process resulting from the continuous supply of a metal electrode, which is melted in the presence of a protective gas.

Electro slag welding

Process Joining process done by melting a metal electrode. This takes place along with a continuous addition of flux.

MAG welding

Process Joining process created by the continuous supply of a metal electrode, which is melted in an electric arc protected by an active gas.

Manual metal arc welding, MMA

Process Joining process where a continuously supplied flux coated metal electrode creates an electric arc with the workpieces.

Metal Core Arc Welding, MCAW

Process Joining process created by the continuous supply of a metal electrode, which is melted in an electric arc protected by a variety of shielding gasses.

MIG welding

Process Joining process created by the continuous supply of a metal electrode, which is melted in an electric arc protected by an inert gas.

Plasma welding

Process Joining process where a plasma generator arc melts the workpiece along with the filler material.

Submerged arc welding

Process Joining process resulting from the continuous supply of a metal electrode, which is melted in an electric arc protected by a granular fusible flux.

TIG welding

Process Joining process which creates an electric arc through the use of a tungsten electrode. This is protected by an inert gas and a filler material is supplied optionally.

Tube electrode welding

Process Joining process created by continuously feeding a tubular metal electrode, which is melted in an electric arc where shielding is used when necessary.