Pressure Welding

Pressure welding uses friction or explosion to heat the joining section of metal workpieces and join them under pressure. The process is also called solid-state welding. Pressure welding is a generic term for welding methods that weld workpieces by applying mechanical pressure on the joining section.


Inert-gas welding

On Metal Inert Gas Welding 2 things are fed simultaneously and independently of each other: The wire and the shielding gas.