Zhejiang JUBA Welding Manufacturing Equipment CO., LTD.
    1. MMA Welder(Manual Metal Arc Welding)
    2. MMA Welder Manual metal arc (MMA) welding is a process that does not require shielding gas. It features an electrode cover that protects the weld pool with a protective layer of slag. When the MMA welding process is completed, this layer of slag is removed, leaving behind a smooth finished weld underneath.
    1. TIG Welder (Tungsten Inert Gas Welding)
    2. TIG Welder When welding using tungsten inert gas, the welding arc forms between a non-consumable tungsten electrode and a base material. Argon, as the most commonly used shielding gas, is fed through the TIG torch to shield the electrode and molten welding pool. The current is then either an alternating or direct current that can be pulsed when necessary.
    1. MIG Welder (Metal Inert Gas Welding)
    2. MIG Welder MIG/MAG welding is a semiautomatic welding process where the welding arc is formed between the material being welded and the welding wire fed through the welding gun. The filler wire is fed machanically by the wire feeder.
    1. Resistance Spot Welding
    2. Resistance Spot Welding Resistance spot welding is a process that uses heat generated from electrical resistance for welding metallic materials. Our resistance spot welder is capable of welding two or more sheets of metal together by applying pressure and heat to a small welding area.
    1. Plasma Cutter
    2. Plasma Cutter Our air plasma cutting machine is a new variety of thermal cutting equipment using compressed air as its working gas, and a high temperature, high speed plasma arc as the heat source. It heats partially cut metal to melt it, with the high-speed airflow used to blow away melted metal to form a narrow kerf.
    1. Welding Machine Accessories
    2. Accessories Not only do we offer a variety of welding equipment types, but we also offer a full range of welding machine accessories to guarantee your equipment performance and production capacity.
About Us

Since 1988, Zhejiang JUBA Welding Manufacturing Equipment Co. has been engaged in the research and development and production of a comprehensive range of welding equipment. Throughout 5 product series, we offer more than 200 different types of high-performance welding machines, including MMA welders, TIG welders, MIG welders, spot welders, and plasma cutters. Thanks to a dedicated team of workers and a fully outfitted production facility, we have everything needed to produce over 50,000 pieces of welding equipment each month to keep up with customer demands.

We have experts to assist you in finding the right welding equipment for your specific application. We work with enterprises involved in a wide scope of industries, including oilfield, pipeline, construction, wind energy, manufacturing, and steel fabrication.

    1. Metal Fabrication Workshops
    2. Metal Fabrication Workshops This industry sector is involved in the processing of metal pieces for construction applications. Because of the diversity of products regarding types, thickness, and material, many kinds of welding processes are carried out with different equipment.
    1. Chemical, Process, Oil & Gas Industry
    2. Chemical, Process, Oil & Gas Industry Chemical processing along with oil and gas industrial applications have a variety of special needs when it comes to equipment and materials. For example, in the oil and gas industries, many pieces of equipment vary from normal steel to highly chemically resistant super-alloys.
    1. Automotive Industry
    2. Automotive Industry As the automotive industry has shifted to lighter, stronger, and safer materials, the use of aluminum, galvanized plates, and lightweight mixed materials have increased along with common hard-facing steel.
    1. Shipbuilding and Offshore
    2. Shipbuilding and Offshore Shipyards, offshore installations, and other marine applications require high efficiency and effective welding equipment. Luckily, our reliable equipment is further enhanced using digital technology, enabling real-time data monitoring, quality control, and other productivity factors.
    1. Construction
    2. Construction Construction site welding features considerably more difficult working conditions than those of factory welding operations. Wind, rain, snow, dust, temperature, and other jobsite factors can negatively affect the quality of the weld.
    1. Other Applications
    2. Other Applications
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