Aluminium welding is a fast and efficient process used to weld all sorts of metals, from the lightest to the heaviest. It is generally used for applications where the weld will be placed directly into a very hard metal such as a tig weld or an iron or stainless steel ring. However, there are many other uses of aluminium welding which makes it an excellent choice for more everyday use. One of these is in the production of products such as fishing tackle and clothing.
Best Aluminium Welding
Aluminium is often mixed with water to reduce the corrosion properties. This is a popular method of reducing corrosion in many types of metals, particularly the copper pipes we use everyday. The high alloy content of aluminium combined with the fact that the metal has very low permeability properties means that aluminium welded pipes have relatively low permeability levels. This means that they are far less prone to rusting than some other materials.
Aluminium welding is particularly suited to applications where the weld needs to be installed at a certain angle. The use of a high alloy content aluminium helps to keep the weld from rolling under pressure as it is used. This is a common problem with other types of welding but is completely eliminated by the use of this type of weld.