Welding

Welding is a necessary manufacturing process used to join various metal components into a cohesive structure. It is a critical technique in construction, the automotive industry, the oil and gas sector, and many other fields. Welding involves subjecting the material to high heat, which melts it and enables bonding. The material then solidifies, creating a strong and durable connection. In our business directory, you can find companies that provide various types of welding services with expertise and experience, ensuring safe and reliable welding for a wide range of applications.

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AB Beslag & Metall
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Engelbrektsgatan 1
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18422 Åkersberga
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AH Automation AB
Klippsjövägen 6, Kungshamn
45625 Smögen
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Aktiebolaget Gnosjö Svetsindustri
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Illervägen 1 35245 Växjö
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33372 Bredaryd
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36344 LAMMHULT
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SE-77468 Horndal
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Ölltorps Industriområde 10
52433 Herrljunga
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Oxelgrensvägen 34
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Skogstorpsvägen 40
63229 Eskilstuna
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Västra Rydsvägen 105
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What is welding?


Welding is a manufacturing process where two or more materials, usually metals, are joined by melting them together. This is accomplished using a welding torch or an electric arc, creating a strong and permanent connection between the materials as they cool and solidify. Welding is utilized in a wide range of applications, including construction, automotive, shipbuilding, the oil and gas industry, and metal product manufacturing. It is a critical process for creating durable and reliable structures and components. Welding requires knowledge and skill to ensure that the welds meet safety and quality standards.

What are the different types of welding?


There are many different types of welding, some of the most common ones are:

MIG/MAG Welding


MIG/MAG welding (Metal Inert Gas/Metal Active Gas) is a common and versatile welding method that uses a continuously fed wire through a welding gun. A shielding gas, either inert (such as argon) or active (such as carbon dioxide), is used to protect the welding area from atmospheric contamination and stabilize the arc.

MIG welding is primarily used for non-ferrous metals like aluminum, copper, and stainless steel, while MAG welding is suitable for iron-based metals like carbon steel. This method is known for being relatively easy to learn and provides high welding speed, making it popular in the automotive industry, metal fabrication, and general metal manufacturing. MIG/MAG welding is also known for producing strong and clean welds.

TIG Welding


TIG welding (Tungsten Inert Gas) is a precision welding method that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode and a shielding gas, typically argon. This method provides an extremely stable arc and precise control over the welding process.

TIG welding is primarily used for welding non-ferrous metals like aluminum, copper, and stainless steel, but it can also be used for carbon steel. One of the advantages of TIG welding is its ability to create clean and aesthetically pleasing welds with minimal spatter. It is often used in sensitive or demanding applications where precision and quality are crucial, including the aerospace industry, medical equipment, and artistic welding. TIG welding requires skill and experience but results in high-quality welds.

MMA Welding


MMA welding (Manual Metal Arc) is a traditional welding method that uses a coated electrode that melts and creates an arc between the electrode and the workpiece. This method is suitable for a wide range of materials, including iron and steel. MMA welding is known for its versatility and the ability to be used outdoors and in challenging environments.

One advantage of MMA welding is its simplicity and the fact that it doesn't require external gas or complex equipment. It is commonly used in repairs, construction, and building projects. However, it requires practice and skill to achieve high-quality and precise welds, as the operator must manually regulate both the electrode and the arc.

Laser Welding


Laser welding is a high-tech welding method that uses a focused laser beam to melt materials and create a strong bond. This process is fast and offers high precision. Laser welding is often used for welding small and intricate components in industries like electronics, medical technology, and automotive manufacturing. It minimizes material waste and rarely requires additional filler material. Laser welding is also used for welding materials that are challenging to weld with conventional methods, such as titanium and certain stainless steels. It is a technique that delivers high-quality and precise welds but requires specialized equipment and expertise to be performed effectively.

Our business directory


Here in our business directory, you can find companies that offer services in all types of welding, from 3D laser welding to WNF welding, for both large and small businesses. Our goal is to provide the Swedish industry with a comprehensive business directory to simplify everyday business operations.

Can't find the service you're looking for?


If, for any reason, you can't find the company you're looking for, or if you want to easily compare quotes from different companies, you can submit a request for the specific service or product you need help manufacturing. Simply describe the service or product as accurately as possible using the form you'll find under the request section. If you have a drawing, you can attach it. Once we receive your request, we'll distribute it to all relevant member companies. Then, you just need to await quotes from different companies offering the product or service you're looking for, and choose the option that best suits your needs.

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If you're interested in receiving inquiries for welding or other services, you need to become a member on industritorget.se. Membership offers various benefits, including the ability to create sales listings for the products you want to sell and receive inquiries through our request system. You can find all the information about membership and how to create sales listings under the "Become a Member" section.
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