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Kjellberg Finsterwalde is offering a multi-wire welding plant for more efficient submerged-arc welding (SAW).

In contrast to traditional SAW welding, two or more wire electrodes are arranged one after another, form a collective cavern and create a considerably higher melt volume.

The melting deposition rate increases with every further wire electrode used and welding speed may be as high as 120cm/min.

The first welding wire fed by the DC power source GTH 1000 produces the optimum penetration by way of high welding current.

The multi-wire equipment can be adapted to portals and columns and booms as well as rotating devices.

The equipment will be arranged and adapted for each welding task.

Features include: powder feeding possible via pressure tank and combined with different pneumatic extraction systems; seam tracing visual (laser) or mechanical (tactile); manual fine adjustment of the welding heads via motor-driven linear support; central control unit; optional welding data recording and parameter filing; the cavern is covered with a powder layer – atmospheric influences are excluded and the undesirable open arc can be avoided.

These features allow a mechanisation of the entire process.

Multi-wire system speeds submerged-arc welding

Kjellberg Finsterwalde is offering a multi-wire welding plant for more efficient submerged-arc welding (SAW).

In contrast to traditional SAW welding, two or more wire electrodes are arranged one after another, form a collective cavern and create a considerably higher melt volume.

The melting deposition rate increases with every further wire electrode used and welding speed may be as high as 120cm/min.

The first welding wire fed by the DC power source GTH 1000 produces the optimum penetration by way of high welding current.

The multi-wire equipment can be adapted to portals and columns and booms as well as rotating devices.

The equipment will be arranged and adapted for each welding task.

Features include: powder feeding possible via pressure tank and combined with different pneumatic extraction systems; seam tracing visual (laser) or mechanical (tactile); manual fine adjustment of the welding heads via motor-driven linear support; central control unit; optional welding data recording and parameter filing; the cavern is covered with a powder layer – atmospheric influences are excluded and the undesirable open arc can be avoided.

These features allow a mechanisation of the entire process.

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