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White Goods contain a multitude of components where resistance welding is the preferred joining technique.

Examples:

RefrigeratorsShelving framework
Condensing unit
KettlesMany components in the base of the kettle
ToastersElements
CookersElement rings

FW2

FW2 - up to 1mm thick Steel

Single upper electrode and single lower electrode.
Manual foot pedal / cable operation or pneumatic options available.
Supports up to 3KVA Further information

 

sw2

SW2 - up to 4mm thick Steel

Supports up to 10KVA Further information

 

MW4

MW4 - up to 6mm thick Steel

Supports up to 40KVA Further information

 

MW6

MW6 - up to 10mm thick Steel

Supports up to 100KVA Further information

 

What is Resistance Welding?

resistance welding process


Resistance welding is the science of joining two or more metal parts together in a localised area by the application of heat and pressure.

The heat is produced by the resistance of the material to carry a high amperage current.

The greater the path of resistance is, the higher the heat intensity.
This heat is controlled via time application and level of current applied.

The pressure is applied to forge the joint and consolidate the nugget to provide the weld strength.

No extraneous materials such as rods, fluxes, inert gasses, oxygen, or acetylene are required.