Powder Welding

A specially designed Oxy-Acetylene torch is used for powder welding. The work piece is heated with the torch. The powder is introduced into the gas stream from the integral powder hopper and then transferred to the work piece through a flame.

This process is similar to the Oxy-Acetylene process with the exception that the hardfacing takes place at lower temperatures. This minimizes oxidation and distortion of the work piece ad enables easy surfacing of edges.

Benefits of Powder welding are:

Low Dilution
Easy Application
Low Distortion
Ideal for Edge Building

To view product relevant to this process, please view our Spray Fuse & Powder Weld Powder product page.