We all know that welding small parts is different to welding bulky parts. Small parts are welded from workplaces where the welder is comfortable and whenever possible, we turn the part to be welded over. However, when the part is bulky and each turn takes time and requires specific machinery, meaning that the more turns, the higher cost, the versatility of our welding equipment marks the difference.
Being able to weld in different positions with simple regulation, using several winders in series for different materials, or using push-pull torches and small winders to access reduced spaces, are some of the features that we need you to take into account when selecting our welding equipment.
Below, we describe a technical container welding application, but these features will also be useful when we well bus or lorry bodies, heavy boilerwork or railroads.