Welding

Mig, Tig, Butt, Resistance, CMT, Pulse and Step.

Welding is a fabrication process used to join materials, typically metals or thermoplastics, together by causing fusion. This fusion is achieved by melting the materials to be joined, along with the addition of a filler material (in some welding processes), and allowing them to cool, forming a strong bond between the pieces. Welding is widely used across a range of industries and sectors. 

Welding Techniques
Welding techniques vary depending on the process and the materials being joined. Common techniques include bead welding, fillet welding, groove welding, and butt welding. Welding operators must be trained in the correct techniques to ensure strong, reliable welds.

Applications of Welding
Welding is used in a wide range of applications, including construction (building structures, bridges), automotive (vehicle frames, exhaust systems), aerospace (aircraft components), manufacturing (fabrication of machinery and equipment), and repairs (welding broken or damaged parts).

Overall, welding is a fundamental process in manufacturing and construction, playing a vital role in the fabrication of structures, machinery, and products across various industries. Proper training, equipment, and quality control measures are essential to ensure successful welding operations and reliable welded joints. Here at AWBL, our skilled team and cutting-edge equipment ensure exceptional welding solutions for a wide range of industries including automotive, point of sale, plant machinery, medical, and more.

At AWB, we have over 30 years experience of welding, ensuring we can manage your project and requirements with the utmost expertise and professionalism. We can offer the following welding services, and will choose the best method to suit your project:

  • Mig

  • Tig

  • CMT

  • Pulse

Contact us now to discuss the services we can provide, and how we can help you with your welding project.