DETAILS OF DRAWN ARC STUD WELDING

WITH CERAMIC FERRULE OR SHIELDING GAS

Drawn arc stud welding is a welding procedure for maximum loads. It enables welding of weld fasteners measuring between 6 mm and 25 mm in diameter. The entire welding process is controlled and monitored by an electronic power source.

This procedure creates high-quality welded connections and has proven invaluable in steel construction, mechanical engineering, shipbuilding, construction of prefabricated parts made from reinforced concrete, door and window construction, structural and civil engineering, fixture and pipeline construction.

The stud tip is placed into contact with the workpiece.

The stud lifts to a pre-set height. The arc is ignited.

The stud is immersed in the weld pool. The material solidifies and the stud is permanently welded.