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WELDING PROCESS

Depending on the application and the product being manufactured, Tamor factory welders are qualified for MIG welding, also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding and TIG welding, also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding.

TIG Welding is used to produce high quality precision welds offering low distortion and precise control of welding variables such as heat.

MIG Welding
is considered to be a semiautomatic process. Long welds can be made without starts and stops. Primary shielding gases used are Argon and CO2 .

Tamor's welding stations offer flexibility and were built with the comfort of the welder in mind. As a product is being welded, the welder can turn and adjust the angles of the item enabling him better control throughout the welding process.

Throughout the manufacturing process, Tamor's Quality Assurance team ensures that testing parameters are met and upheld in accordance with the requirements of, among others:

• Magnetic particle testing
• Liquid penetrant testing
• Non destructive testing
• Leakage testing
• Drop fall testing
• Vibration testing
Factory welders are trained to work and qualified in accordance with European DIN standards as well as American AWS standards. Examples of Tamor's welding certifications include AWS D 1.1, AWS D 17.1 and DIN 6700 EN 15085-2 Class I (used particularly for the railroad industry).

 
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