Micro Plasma Welding - Westermans

2y ago
33 Views
2 Downloads
1.47 MB
24 Pages
Last View : 7d ago
Last Download : 6m ago
Upload by : Bria Koontz
Transcription

Micro plasma weldingMicro plasma arc (welding current 0,5A)with typical column of the arcCircular welding ofcompensators(material thickness 0,15mm)Micro plasma welding» Welding currents from 0.1A» Welding of foils, sieves, thin-walledcomponents 0,5mm» manual and automatic welding» Repairing of tools (surfacing ion edges)» Welding of membranes and bellows(compensators)Micro plasma weldingof pressure cellsMicro plasma welding torchPJB100superiorMicro plasma weldings (f.l.):membran, glow plug,magnetic valve, relay)Circular welding system for microplasma welding with plasmaJET100SPSMikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

Plasma short time weldingWelding of Omega-lock at stampingparts for automotive industryThe requirements on crash resistanceof automotive components have alsoincreased. In the past, it was usuallyenough to secure a simple stampedpart with an Omega lock.Today a higher standard is applied, anda weld point is demanded as additionalsafety (e.g. in case of headrests). Here,these parts are mostly coming directlyfrom a press, and are then (mostly veryoily) provided with a safety weld point ina subsequent installation.Glow plugs for diesel-carsPlasma short time welding» Welding times from 0,02 seconds» Advantages of plasma in comparison to TIG welding process: Live time of electrode up to 30x longer Less sensitive to impurities at the welded component No interference from HF-ignition» Extremly high process safety and qualityRelay manufacturing: weldingof copper wire to theconnecting socketShort-time welding (welding time 20ms to 2 seconds) is astrongly increasing area with a host of applications comingfrom the automotive sector, and in the production of electroniccomponents. Most of all the downsizing of engines and the use ofturbochargers resulting from this present challenges toquality and productivity of the procedure. Thus, in comparisonwith the previously often used TIG welding process, with shorttime plasma welding a 30-fold longer duration of wear parts andof considerably higher quality can be achieved.Parts for turbo chargersin automotive industryMikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

Plasma Keyhole Welding» Stainless steel container for industrial fields e.g.chemistry, pharmacy, food, beverages, etc.» Tube production (Longitudinal- and Circular seam)» Construction of apparatus and plants» Stainless steel processing industry» Vessel bottom productionSolutions for automatedPlasma Keyhole WeldingAutomation solutions for plasma keyhole welding willhelp to increase your productivity significantly.Scope of plasma weldingThe plasma keyhole welding is applied in case of asheet thickness of 2 to 10mm. Typical applicationsare the longitudinal and circumferential one pass buttwelding processes in case of thick-walled pipes, containers and bottoms. The advantages of the processare distinguished by high productivity and quality.Plasma Keyhole welding system for plane sheetsup to 7 m with max. 15 mm thickness.» Welding of medium-sized sheet thickness of 2-10mmwithout edge preperation.» Root layer welding in case of higher sheet thickness» Stainless steel, mild steel, titanium, Duplex-steel» Cost saving per meter of weld seam up to 80% incomparison with other methods.» high productivity and process reliabilityContrary to other welding processes the plasma keyholewelding is characterised by a low heat input, an outstanding quality and a very low wear- and additional costs(e.g. auxiliary material).

Plasma Keyhole WeldingThe assigned camera system withadjustable brightness serves for thearc observation and for the weld guiding. With a second camera the capping pass can be controlled from thecontrol desk.Image: welding head with motorized slide forAVC and linear oscillation, 2 camera systemsand the welding torch PJB350With the plasma keyhole technologyit depends special apart from the experience particularly on an interaction of the assigned devices, a simple operation and on componentsco-ordinated for the procedure.For this MIG·O·MAT offers a controlconcept which can be served simply. The entire machine is controlledvia a central 10“ Touchpanel.The torch is in addition of crucialimportance, there to these high requirements to be placed concerningservice life and welding quality. HereMIG·O·MAT uses the PJB350, whichapart from extremely long servicelives an outstanding welding result.Due to the construction of the torchit gets along with only a few wearparts.Plasma keyhole welding unitplasmaJET350SPS-KMIG·O·MAT offers turnkey solutionsstarting from planning, realization,welding support activities up to service and maintenance.

Plasma Keyhole WeldingFlexible pipe- and tank welding system withsector-control for circumferential weldingof tubes with small diameter.Transverse seam welder for productionof tanks in vertical positionIndividual solutions to automate thecontainer productionIn practis, different production methods are established, depending of the customer requirements. Here usually production in vertical position, production in horizontal position or on seamers will be used. Each production method has its advantages and disadvantages. We willadvise you in the selection of your individual automation solution.Vertikal-Down with seamer for pre-productionof tanks in vertical positionCircumferential welding at tankswith diameter 5.000mmMikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

Plasma-arc powder surfacingAnti-wear surfacing at toolsPlasma-arc powder surfacingof valvesPowder-feeder and Plasmapowder welding torch 350APlasma-arc powder surfacingSurfacing for anti-wear protection and corrosion resistanceRepair-welding of toolsLow dilution with base material ( 5% possible)Low reworkEven and well adjustable layer thickness by separating thesupply of energy and filler material» Areas of application: Manufacturing of fittings, power plantconstruction, refineries, knife coating, extruder manufacturing,mining industry, coating of cylinders and screw conveyors,coating of valves of small and large engines»»»»»Anti-wear surfacingat steel shaftCombined Circumferential- and Longitudinalwelding system for: TIG-, Plasma-, Plasmakeyhole- and Plasma-arc powder surfacing.Mikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachMetallographik sample plasma-arcpowder surfacingPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

plasmaJET100SPS · plasmaJET250SPS» Automated welding of longitudinal, circumferentialand special weld seams» Use in automatic and robot welding systems» Plasma spot welding» Use in fully automated factories» Automated short-term welding e.g. in lamp-,glow plug- and turbo charger production» individual adaptation to the welding taskSolutions for automatedMicroplasma- and Plasma WeldingMIG·O·MAT plasmaJET100SPS/250SPSThe MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET100SPS and MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET250SPS are specially designed for automatic and robotwelding systems. Equipped with a modular based SiemensSPC control device the plasmaJET units offer an easy operationand a high degree of process safety and flexibility, so that hugenumber of special customer requirements and adaptions canbe realized. The integrated high-performance cooling systemwith monitoring of the coolant flow-rate with is designed for thehigh demands of the plasma welding process and in particularthe plasma welding torch.The MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET100SPS is especially designed tomeet the high demands of the microplasma welding process,where even lowest welding current, a precise adjustability andregulation and an excellent reaction of the plasma-arc are ofvital importance.The universell designed welding program flow provides a hugenumber of adaptions on different welding applications by themodes of operation e.g. 2-cycle/4-cycle, timing control, plasmaspot welding and control voltage*.The operation is made by a robust touchdisplay with graphicindication of welding flow and is very easy in handling.For a simple handling, the display can be demounted from thewelding unit and it can be integrated into the customers controldesk*.plasmaJET100SPSplasmaJET250SPSMains voltage1x230V50/60Hz3x400V50/60HzMains fuse16A träge16A trägeWelding current0,1 - 100,0A3 - 250ADuty cycle100A / 100%250A / 60%200A / 100%Pilot current3 - ColourRAL2002RAL2002No-load voltageDimensionsWxHxD [mm]

plasmaJET100SPS · plasmaJET250SPSFeatures / Technical Equipment» Microplasma welding from 0,1 A(MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET 100SPS)» 6” colour touch display» Integrated high-perfomance cooling forplasma torch» Excellent burning behavior of pilot- and mainwelding arc due to inverter technology» Monitoring of the coolant flow-rate for protection ofthe plasma welding torch» Built-in flowmeter for the precise setting of plasmaand shielding gas» Modes of operation 2-cycle / 4-cycle / timingcontrol / plasma spot welding / control voltage*» Storage of all welding parameters in 60welding programs» Test sequence for the welding program» Indication of fault messages in plain text» Graphic indication of welding flow» Pulsed-mode operation with varable frequencywidth and basic current up to 500 Hz» Modular control system (Siemens S7-1200) withsoftwarebased program control» Simple controlling by touchpanel» Software-based adjustment to any welding task» Control receptacle according to industrial standard» Mobile, swivel rollers with brake» Central connection for the welding torch» Language German and English (switchable)Item numberDesignationZ.PJ100SPS.009MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET100SPSZ.PJ250SPS.009MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET250SPSC01.000.009Workpiece line cpl. 4 mG10.000.003Welding regulator for Argon gasfor 200 bar bottlesG10.000.002Welding regulator for Argon/Hydrogenegas for 200 bar bottlesC03.000.002Gas line 4m for Argon (black)C03.000.001Gas line 4m for Argon/Hydrogene (red)C00.000.012Foot pedal remote controlC08.400.090Coolant MCF 15, 5 literControlling by touchpanelCentral image with soft-buttons and status indicator

plasmaJET100SPS · plasmaJET250SPSExtensions / OptionsBased on the modular design of plasmaJET welding units and the used control concept the welding unit seriesMIG·O·MAT plasmaJET100SPS and MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET250SPS can be extended easily to meet the specificrequirements of its customers welding applications. The following options are only a sample of recommendedextensions. For further options, please feel free to contact us.OptionsPlasmagas control 0,05 – 2,00 liter/min **Precise control and monitoring of plasma gas with thermal mass stream flow controller. The different nominal values for plasmagas are adjustable via displayControlling via Profibusor ProfinetShieldinggas control 0,5 – 20,0 liter/min **Precise control and monitoring of shielding gas with thermal mass stream flow controller. Thenominal value is adjustable via display.Control voltage for welding currentControl of welding current I2 via control voltage 0 – 10 V or 0-20mA / 4-20mA.With internal galvanic isolation.Link with superset process control via Profibus or ProfinetExchange of welding parameter e.g. welding current and time and control of the welding unit by asuperset process control (Master) via Profibus or ProfinetProgram: Plasma short-term welding from 20msSpecial plasma short-term welding program for welding times from 0.02 secondsplasmaJET100SPS-LuRdeveloped for aerospaceindustrieConnection for secondary cooling circuit(only plasmaJET100SPS, standard for plasmaJET250SPS)Connection for external cooling devices or plant cooling systems, which are mostly not suitable tothe requirements of plasma welding. With this a longer life of the torch consumables and greaterprocess reliability can be achieved. The integrated cooling circuit remains.Distance-based control (WPSS), circumferential-welding control systemWelding program with 10 currents and slopes, control via connection of an incremental transmitter(only combined with Option „Touchpanel“Option LanguageDisplay on Touchpanel in national languageOption Touchpanel “Comfort”Coloured 6“ Touchpanel, Data-storage of welding parameters on USB stick with export to Microsoft Exel, data storage with receipt management, adminsitration of user accountsMikroplasma welding unit, speciallydesigned for aerospace applications, according to DIN65153.Shown here with straight top andglare protection.Precision cold wire systemwith stepper motorOption JobselectionControlling by jobselection. A „Job“ consists of „Currentslope, welding current and a plasma gasvalue*, which can be chosen by the binary coding from the control plug X2. It s possible, to storeup to 60 jobs.Option high-precision cold wire system with stepper motorCold wire system for plasmaJET100SPS and plasmaJET250SPS. The controlling is done via theSPC controler from the plasmaJET. High-precision feeding of the cold wire with stepper motor(resolution 0,05mm). Precise feeding, sespecially for micro plasma systems to avoid the delaytime at the start. and much morepulsation of welding current up to 20kHz, plasma soldering with non-transfered arc, silent coolingsystem for labs, glare protection for touch panel, protective film for touch panel, straight top ofplasmaJET housing, without wheels for fixed applications, remote display for mounting into customers control desk.* On the basis of technical limitations not alloptions can by combined.** Other control- and monitoring ranges onrequest

plasmaJET100SPS · plasmaJETExposition of a welding programExample: 2-stroke with start- and endcrater program, consists of start program, welding programand endcrater filling program, including the optional plasma gasLeft side: Fast excessof welding parametersduring weldingMikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

plasmaJET50 · plasmaJET100» Manual welding (hand welding)» Microplasma welding of thin materials e.g. foils» Plasma spot welding» Partly mechanized welding jobs(circumferential seam and longitudinal seam)» Welding of metal mesh, thermo-couples, sieves, filter» Repair welding of tools» Plasma brazing of zinc-plated metal sheetsSolutions for manual and partly mechanizedMicroplasma and Plasma WeldingMIG·O·MAT plasmaJET50/100The MIG·O·MAT-appliances plasmaJET 50 andplasmaJET 100 are especially designed for microplasmawelding. The MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET 50 has a maximumcurrent of 50 A in case of a duty cycle of 100 %. The unitis equipped with an easy, well-arranged micro control device especially suitable for the requirements of a manualwelding process. This control device allows the functionswelding in 2-cycles and 4-cycles, plasma spot welding,infinitely variable pre-selection of the main and pilot-arccurrent as well as a pulse-mode operation with adjustableparameters. The control device is equipped with a digitaldisplay of the welding current and the pilot-arc current andis prepared for the utilization of a foot control pedal andplasma spot welding control device.The MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET 100 is dimensioned for aduty cycle of 100 % at 100 amps. Its control system corresponds to the system of the MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET 50.With that the unit provides a wide range of capacity forplasma welding applications and excellent features formicroplasma welding.plasmaJET50plasmaJET1001x230V 50/60Hz1x230V 50/60HzMains fuse16A träge16A trägeWelding currentMicroplasmaPlasma0,5 - 25 A2 - 50 A0,5 - 25 A2 - 100 ADuty cycle50A / 100%50A / 100%Pilot current3 - ColourRAL2002RAL2002Mains voltageNo-load voltageDimensionsWxHxD [mm]

plasmaJET50 · plasmaJET100Features / Technical EquipmentClearly arranged user interface for precise andeasy adjustment of the welding parameters:“Top 10” of MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET» Microplasma welding from 0,5 A» Excellent burning behavior of pilot and mainwelding arc due to inverter technology» Integrated high-performance cooling forplasma torch» Monitoring of the coolant flow-rate for protectionof the plasma welding torch» Built-in flowmeter for the precise setting ofplasma and shielding gas» Modes of operation 2-cycle / 4-cycle /pedal remote control» Plasma spot welding combined with a plasmaspot welding control device» Variable pulsed-mode operation for main currentand basic current up to 50 Hz» Control interface according to industrial standard» Central connection for the plasma welding torchItem numberplasmaJET50 / plasmaJET100Menu itemLimit valueResolution3 - 10 A3 - 10 AWelding currentMicroplasma0,5 - 25,0A0,1 AWelding currentPlasmaplasmaJET50: 2 - 50 AplasmaJET100: 2-100 A0,5 A0,5 ABasic current I2 (%I)0 - 100 %infinitely variableSlope0 - 10 sec.infinitely variableGas post flow0 - 45 sec.infinitely variablePulse time I10,01 - 2,00 sec.infinitely variablePulse time I20,01 - 2,00 sec.infinitely variablePilot currentDesignationZ.PJ50.000MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET50Z.PJ100.000MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET100C01.000.003Workpiece line cpl. 4 mG10.000.003Welding regulator for Argon gasfor 200 bar bottlesG10.000.002Welding regulator for Argon/Hydrogenegas for 200 bar bottlesC03.000.002Gas line 4 m for Argon (black)C03.000.001Gas line 4m for Argon/Hydrogene (red)C00.000.011Foot pedal remote controlC00.000.012Spot welding control device PJ-P1Spot welding time 0.2 to 2.1 sec.C00.000.012Spot welding pedal control PJ-P2A00.010.015Bottle pick up for 2 gas bottles200bar/50 LiterC08.400.090Coolant MCF15, 5 LiterEquipped with control interface according toindustrial standard for partly mechanized welding:Microplasma and Plasma Welding TorchesOur manufacturing program is completed by a widerange of microplasma and plasma welding torches.The suitibility of the torches depends on the specialrequirements of its welding applications.For further information, please feel free to contact us.Mikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

plasmaJET150 · plasmaJET250» Manual welding (hand welding)» Plasma spot welding» Partly mechanized welding jobs(circumferential seam and longitudinal seam)» Welding of metal mesh, thermo-couples, sieves, filter» Repair welding of tools» Plasma brazing of zinc-plated metal sheetsSolutions for manual and partlymechanized Plasma WeldingMIG·O·MAT plasmaJET150/250Especially for manual welding in a higher welding currentrange, particularly for plasma spot welding MIG·O·MATplasmaJET 150 had been developed with a maximumwelding current of 150 A in case of a duty cycle of 50 %as well as MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET 250 with a maximumwelding current of 250 A in case of a duty cycle of 60 %.The control device is almost identical with the controldevices of MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET 50 and MIG·O·MATplasmaJET 100. The MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET 150 andMIG·O·MAT plasmaJET 250 are however not intended formicroplasma-arc welding.plasmaJET150plasmaJET250Mains voltage1x230V 50/60Hz3x400V 50/60HzMains fuse16A time-lag fuse 16A time-lag fuseWelding current3 - 150 A3 - 250 A150A / 50%90A / 100%250A / 60%200A / 100%3 - ColourRAL2002RAL2002Duty cyclePilot currentNo-load voltageDimensionsWxHxD [mm]

plasmaJET150 · plasmaJET250Clearly arranged user interface for precise andeasy adjustment of the welding parameters:Features / Technical Equipment“Top 10” of MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET» Excellent burning behavior of pilot and mainwelding arc due to inverter technology» Integrated high-performance cooling forplasma torch» Monitoring of the coolant flow-rate forprotection of the plasma welding torch» Built-in flowmeter for the precise settingof plasma and shielding gas» Modes of operation 2-cycle / 4-cycle /pedal remote control» Plasma spot welding combined with aplasma spot welding control device» Variable pulsed-mode operation for maincurrent and basic current up to 50 Hz» Control interface according to industrial standard» Central connection for the plasma welding torchItem numberplasmaJET150 / plasmaJET250Menu itemLimit valueResolution3 - 15 A3 - 15 AWelding currentPlasmaplasmaJET150: 3-150 AplasmaJET250: 3-250 A1A1ABasic current I2(%I)0 - 100 %infinitely variableSlope0 - 10 sec.infinitely variableGas post flow0 - 45 sec.infinitely variablePulse time I10,01 - 2,00 sec.infinitely variablePulse time I20,01 - 2,00 sec.infinitely variablePilot currentDesignationZ.PJ150.000MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET150Z.PJ250.000MIG·O·MAT plasmaJET250C01.000.003Workpiece line cpl. 4 mG10.000.003Welding regulator for Argon gasfor 200 bar bottlesG10.000.002Welding regulator for Argon/Hydrogenegas for 200 bar bottlesC03.000.002Gas line 4 m for Argon (black)C03.000.001Gas line 4m for Argon/Hydrogene (red)C00.000.011Foot pedal remote controlC00.000.012Spot welding control device PJ-P1Spot welding time 0.2 to 2.1 sec.C00.000.012Spot welding pedal control PJ-P2A00.010.015Bottle pick up for 2 gas bottles200bar/50 LiterC08.400.090Coolant MCF15, 5 LiterEquipped with control interface according toindustrial standard for partly mechanized welding:Microplasma and Plasma Welding TorchesOur manufacturing program is completed by a widerange of microplasma and plasma welding torches.The suitibility of the torches depends on the specialrequirements of its welding applications.For further information, please feel free to contact us.Mikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

plasmaBOXAn attractive entry into the range ofplasma-arc welding» MIG·O·MAT plasmaBOX facilitates in connection with water-cooled TIG-DCwelding appliances an easy and cost-effective design of a welding unitsuitable for direct-current plasma arc welding» High productivity, low level of warping during welding process and a highweld quality by welding stainless steel.» High power density for the welding of copper and copper base alloy» The pilot arc guarantees a 100 % ignition certainty (contactless)Functional characteristicsTechnical DataThe plasmaBOX offers the following characteristics:Mains voltage» High efficient inverter technologymains fuse» Monitoring of the coolant flowmax. welding current250 A» Continously adjustable pilot current between 3 and 15 A,in accordance with size of electrodeDuty cycle100%Pilot current3 - 15A» Flowmeter for pilot gas, adjustable from 0.15 up to1.5 litres/min (other ranges on request)» Central connection for plasma-arc welding torchNo-load voltageDimensions WxHxD [mm]plasmaBOX1x230V 50/60Hz16A träge95V305 x 260 x 400» Rapid action coupling devices for cooling water connectionWeight12kg» 7-pole socket to loop through the line for welding torch keyColourRAL2002

plasmaBOXApplication of the plasmaBOX» The plasmaBOX is connected at the backof the device to the water-cooled TIG-DCwelding unit by a connecting tube set.» By a supply of the plasma gas (Ar)through a pressure regulator and the useof a plasma arc-welding torch the plasmawelding unit becomes ready for welding.Provided by the userNecessary completition forplasma-arc weldingMikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

Torch for inside weldingPJB100superior-HS ergoMicroplasma- and Plasma welding torchMIG·O·MAT PJB100superiorBy means of systematic miniaturization of the individual components the MIG·O·MAT PJB100superior seriesprovide the best power rate at smallest torch dimensions. Because of the wide-ranging accessories theseplasma welding torches are suitable for all standardapplications as well as for the most of specialized applications. The torches offer so far a not reached power spectrum, begun from excellently micro plasmacharacteristics, starting from 0.5 A for welding thinnestfoils, up to the plasma-arc welding with 100 A for sheetmetals up to 3 mm.Technical DataPJB100superiorElectrode coolingindirect water cooledNozzle coolingindirect water cooledmax. welding current100 A at 100%Pilot current3 - 10AElektrode diameter1,5 mmNozzle diameter0,5 - 3,6 mmPlasma gasArgonShielding gasArgon, Argon/Hydrogen,Argon/HeliumFeatures» More than 100 different plasma nozzles» Gas nozzles with different lengths and openingcrosssections» Trail gas nozzles for better gas shielding» Cold wire supply for exact guiding of the wire inthe arc» Transversal Wire Adjustment for easy adjustmentof the wire» Acoustic electrode setting unit for easy andexact setting of the electrode» Angle nozzles for welding in difficultyaccessible places» Smallest size with at the same time largepower density» Very stable, highly concentrated arc over theentire current range» Simple change and adjustment of the consumables» Optimal cooling for long life time of torch andconsumables» Extensive accessoriesThe plasma torches are equiped with central connection for MIG·O·MAT power sorces plasmaJET andplasmaBOX. Other connections on request.

PJB100superiorMaßeMikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

PJB350» Application in automated plasma weldingand plasma keyhole welding» Apparatus and container construction» Welding current of max. 350A at 100% duty cycle» Compact structure» Minimized wear parts, easiest handling» No expensive ceramic inserts» Lowest operating costs» Extremely long service life of the copper nozzleWelding torch for automatic plasmaand plasma keyhole weldingMIG·O·MAT PJB350The MIG-O-MAT plasma welding torch PJB350 was developed thanks to the long yearsof experience and with the collaboration of users, and it is fundamentally different fromother plasma welding torches of this performance class available on the market.The plasma welding torch was systematically optimized with regard to welding characteristics, easy operation, lowest operating costs and compact structure, and a concomitant high power density.This welding torch is used in automated plasma weldingfor sheet metal thicknesses of 1 to 3 mm and in plasmakeyhole welding for sheet metal thicknesses of 3 to 15 mm.The torch does only consist of a few wear parts and mostof all was designed with reference to the vulnerability to failures occurring in comparable torches because of coolantleaks, thus offering a high degree of process reliability.Mikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

Excerpt from the automation catalogMotorized slides with controlingOrthogonal axes rotatingtorch holdermanual slidesLinear oszillatorsand much more, as e.g.- Cold wire systems- AVC (Arc voltage control)- Tactile seam tracker- Video systemMotorized beamsColumns & BoomsRoller rotatorsTurn tablesVertical seam welderMikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

Solutions for automationAutomatic welding systemfor plasma weldingof short pipes» Fully automatic clamping process» Flexibel for pipes with differnt lengthand diameters» Thickness 2mm» Cycle time 30 sec.» Fully penetration start / endAutomatic welding machine forplasma welding in medical sectorCircumferential weldingsystem for turbo chargersModular plasma circumferentialwelding systemMikrofügetechnik GmbHWerksstraße 20DE-57299 BurbachPhoneFaxE-Mail 49 (0) 2736 4154 0 49 (0) 2736 4154 99info@mig-o-mat.comInternet www.mig-o-mat.com

Microflame soldering» Generating a hydrogen-oxygen gas mixture on thebasis of the electrolysis» Extremely low operating costs (only current & water)» High operating safety» Flame temperature up to 2850 C, adapted by variousbooster fluids to the task.» Melting and heat treatment of metals» Manual and automated welding, brazing andsoldering» melting and separation of glasses» Flame-polishing of acrylic glas» By using different nozzle sizes, the flame can beadjusted to the task.Micro soldering and welding equipmentwith proper gas productionMIG O MATMicro-Flame-Welding and welding equipment areunits with internal gas generation.By electrolysis of an appropriateelectrolyte, from distilled water ahydrogen-oxygen mix (detonatinggas) is produced, which is usedas fuel gas for a micro-torch. Themixture ratio corresponds preciselyto the chemical compound of waterH2O, i.e. two parts of hydrogen andone part of oxygen.During combustion the gas components blend residue-free into volatileaqueous vapour.The gas generation takes placeelectrochemically by means of theelectrolysis. The distilled waterbecomeselectricallyconductive by the electrolyte liquid. Theelectrolyte is not consumed during theelectrolysis and does not requirereplacement for a long time. Formaintaining the function of theequipment, only the correct fillinglevel of the electrolyte has to berepeatedly balanced by adding distilled water.The flame temperature and flame output is sufficient for manifoldrequirements of different fields ofapplication. The fine flame reachesa temperature of up to 2850 C.By different booster liquids andselecting appropriate nozzles orworking pressure, respectively, theflame can be adjusted to the respective welding task.The applications are melting,welding, soft-solder, hard-solder andheat treatment of metals, glassesand other materials.For methods using bottled gas there is the problem of precise flameadjustment.Process-determined,the detonating gas flame is alwaysof an absolutely unchanged composition.The running overheads a

Micro plasma weldings (f.l.): membran, glow plug, magnetic valve, relay) Micro plasma welding of pressure cells Micro plasma welding torch PJB100superior Circular welding system for micro plasma welding with plasmaJET100SPS Micro plasma welding Welding currents from 0.1A W

Related Documents:

Plasma Etching Page 2 OUTLINE Introduction Plasma Etching Metrics – Isotropic, Anisotropic, Selectivity, Aspect Ratio, Etch Bias Plasma and Wet Etch Summary The Plasma State - Plasma composition, DC & RF Plasma Plasma Etching Processes - The principle of plasma etching, Etching Si and SiO2 with CF4

seam butt welding resistance butt welding flash butt welding resistance butt welding shielded unshielded other process plasma laser resistance butt welding inert gas welding submerged arc welding atomic hydrogen shielded metal arc welding (coated electrode) esepl w w w . e u r e k a e l e c t r o d e s .

the welding processes most often used in today's industry including plasma arc cutting, oxyfuel gas cutting and welding, Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW), Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), and Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW). Flat welding positions and basic joints will be practiced. Pipe and tube welding

6.3 Mechanised/automatic welding 114 6.4 TIG spot and plug welding 115 7 MIG welding 116 7.1 Introduction 116 7.2 Process principles 116 7.3 Welding consumables 130 7.4 Welding procedures and techniques 135 7.5 Mechanised and robotic welding 141 7.6 Mechanised electro-gas welding 143 7.7 MIG spot welding 144 8 Other welding processes 147 8.1 .

Plasma Fundamentals - Outline 1. What is a plasma ? Temperature Debye shielding Plasma frequency 2. The edge of a plasma Sheath physics 3. How to ignite a plasma Ignition, Paschen curve Streamer RF-ignition 4. Transport in a plasma Particle motion Plasma

affected zone. Welding processes that are commonly used with the corrosion-resistant alloys are shown in Table 1. In addition to these common arc welding processes, other welding processes such as plasma arc welding, resistance spot welding, laser beam welding, electron beam welding, and submerged arc welding can be used. Because of

3. Classification of Underwater Welding Underwater welding may be divided into two main types: a) Wet welding b) Dry welding Fig. 3.1 Classification of underwater welding 3.1 Wet welding 3.1.1. Wet welding with coated electrode Wet welding is performed at ambient pressure with the welder-diver in the water and no physical barrier

English language and the varieties of dialects/ differences within. The final segment of this course will explore the description and transcription of disordered speech. Required Textbook (Rental): Small, L. H. (2015). Fundamentals of phonetics: A practical guide for students, Fourth edition. Pearson. Audio CDs that accompany the textbook.