Professional TIG, MAG, MIG welding is one of our main specialties.
We have the quality welding certificate PN-EN ISO 3834-2.

We make welded structures of black steel, quality steels, stainless steel as well as non-ferrous metals (mainly aluminium).

At several dozen workstations, our employees weld using the top-class devices (Lincoln, ESAB, MAHE, Merkle).

Welding methods:

TIG Welding

TIG Welding - is an arc welding process that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld. The weld area and electrode is protected from oxidation or other atmospheric contamination by an inert shielding gas (argon, helium or their mixtures).

Main features:

  • high-quality welds, the highest of all methods
  • possibility to use with almost all metals, i.a. carbon steels, stainless steels, aluminum, copper, brass, titanium, nickel and their alloys
  • total absence of spatter
  • the possibility of welding in all positions
  • possibility of welding very thin materials, even from 0.5mm thick

MIG/MAG Welding

MIG/MAG Welding - welding with a fusible electrode in an inert (MIG) or active (MAG) gas shield. Argon or helium are most commonly used as inert shielding gases. and carbon dioxide or its mixture with argon - as active shielding gases.

This method is used in both light and heavy industry.

Main features:

  • the ability to connect complex elements while maintaining a high quality of the weld
  • possibility of using structural, stainless and aluminum steels for welding (depending on the shielding gas, fusible electrode and welding current used)
  • possibility to use materials of very different thickness
  • the possibility of welding in all positions
  • the possibility of robotised welding
  • high performance