Zhejiang JUBA Welding Manufacturing Equipment CO., LTD.

Our experts are here to help you find the right welding equipment for your specific operation needs. Our catalog of welding equipment includes MIG welders, TIG welders, MMA welders, and much more. We have worked with customers in industries of all sizes, including oilfield, construction, wind energy, manufacturing, and steel fabrication.

    1. MMA Welder(Manual Metal Arc Welding)
    2. MMA Welder One of the most common welding methods, MMA welding involves a filler rod in the electrode holder that serves as the welding electrode. The equipment performs an intentional short circuit, forming an arc when lifting the electrode. During the welding process, the electrode and its coating melt and slag will form above the weld seam. Because the welding rods can be changed out freely, MMA welding can be applied to most metal workpieces.
      MMA welding does not require shielding gas, making it a flexible welding solution.
    1. TIG Welder(Tungsten Inert Gas Welding)
    2. TIG Welder TIG welding involves shielding gas that protects the weld pool from oxidation as well as nitrogen absorption. During welding, the welding arc forms between a permanently fixed tungsten electrode and the base material. Thanks to its shielding gas, the TIG weld features excellent quality and durability that will be free from slag. TIG welding is ideal for welding stainless steel, alloy steel, non-ferrous metal sheet, etc.
    1. MIG Welder(Metal Inert Gas Welding)
    2. MIG Welder MIG welders are noted for their ease of use and wide range of suitable welding materials like steel and aluminum. During the welding process, the welding arc is created between the workpiece and the welding wire being fed through the welding gun. Shielding gas is used to protect the weld pool from being affected by the air. MIG welders apply clean welds that do not require the removal of slag. As the MIG welder does not use a tungsten electrode, it is cheaper than TIG welders.
    1. Resistance Spot Welding
    2. Spot welder Spot welders operate with a copper electrode. During the welding process, welding material is put between the two electrodes, melting it with a large electric current. Spot welders concentrate heat for a short period of time with a small heat affected area to maximize precision.
    1. Plasma Cutter
    2. Plasma Cutter Plasma cutters are advanced thermal cutting equipment that uses high temperature plasma to cut through metal plates. These cutters operate with great cutting efficiency and result in a smooth cutting surface. JUBA Welding provides various types of plasma cutters to meet the various requirements of customers. They can cut stainless steel plate as thick as 1 inch.
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