Purchase a Column and Boom welding system from a trusted distributor like Weldtron
Weldtron supplies the submerged arc column & boom welding systems or other automation systems, such as the rotators, positioners, SAW tractor and the SAW power sources will give you the best solution while maximizing your savings through the highest deposition rates, highest quality and optimized parameters for your application. We have solutions for ranges from 3 to 300mm thickness. Column and boom submerged arc welding machine is a welding equipment commonly used for heavy-duty industrial applications. This machine is a combination of two components: the column, which is a vertical structure, and the boom, which is a horizontal structure. The boom holds the welding head, which is the component that performs the welding process.
The column and boom submerged arc welding machine is used for welding large structures such as bridges, ships, and oil rigs. It is also used for welding heavy-duty industrial components like pressure vessels, pipelines, and storage tanks. The machine is capable of producing high-quality welds with high deposition rates, which makes it an efficient and cost-effective welding solution.
The boom of the machine is attached to the column and is capable of vertical and horizontal movement. The welding head is attached to the end of the boom, which is then lowered onto the workpiece to perform the welding. The boom movement is controlled by a motor, which is located at the base of the column. The motor can be operated manually or through a programmable controller, which can control the speed and position of the boom.
The welding head of the column and boom submerged arc welding machine is equipped with a flux hopper, which is used to feed the welding flux to the workpiece. The welding flux is a material that is used to protect the weld from atmospheric contamination and also to improve the quality of the weld. The welding wire is also fed through the welding head, which is used to supply the filler material for the weld.
The welding process used in the column and boom submerged arc welding machine is the submerged arc welding process. This process involves melting the welding wire and the welding flux simultaneously under a blanket of granular flux. The molten metal is then deposited onto the workpiece to create the weld. The granular flux protects the weld from atmospheric contamination and also helps to remove any impurities from the weld.
The benefits of using a column and boom submerged arc welding machine include high welding speeds, high deposition rates, and the ability to produce high-quality welds. The machine is also versatile and can be used for welding a variety of materials including carbon steel, stainless steel, and low-alloy steel. The machine is also easy to operate and can be programmed to perform a variety of welding tasks, making it an efficient and cost-effective solution for heavy-duty industrial welding applications.
In conclusion, the column and boom submerged arc welding machine is a versatile and efficient welding solution that is commonly used for heavy-duty industrial welding applications. The machine is capable of producing high-quality welds at high deposition rates, making it an efficient and cost-effective solution for welding large structures and industrial components. With its versatility, ease of operation, and programmable features, this machine is an excellent choice for any welding project.
No compromise, the best of Submerged Arc welding :
- Robust Column and Boom
- AC/DC & DC Power sources available
- Modular welding head for Single or Tandem
- Accessories and positioning equipment
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