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NC4,000

Welding of up to 10mm diameter steel. Ideal for Engine Valve manufacture Further Information

NC4000 FRICTION WELDER


NC7,000

Welding of up to 16mm diameter steel Further Information

NC7000 FRICTION WELDER


NC10,000

Welding of up to 20mm diameter steel   Further Information

NC10000 FRICTION WELDER


What is Friction Welding?

  • Friction welding is a solid-state process that is achieved through frictional heat.
  • This heat is generated by controlled contact of two components until material reaches its plastic state, at which time plasticised material begins to form layers that intertwine with one another.
  • The friction welding machine controls this contact through a series of unique parameters for rotational speed (rpm’s), axial force and time.
  • Once these parameters are established, they are recorded, stored and then repeated with each cycle of the machine.

Why Friction Welding?

  • No filler material, flux or shield gas Environmentally clean; no arcs, sparks, smoke or flames
  • Surface impurities burn through during process
  • Narrow heat affected zones
  • Ability to weld dissimilar metals
  • Weld strength usually as strong or stronger than the weaker material being joined
  • Operators do not require manual operating skills
  • Simple integration into the manufacturing area
  • Easily automated for mass production
  • Minimal plant requirements to install

FRICTION WELDING PROCESS