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Welding methods DROSTE BEJAH

The welding methods that DROSTE BEJAH applies for steel, stainless steel and aluminum are:

TIG Orbital
CU / copper brazing
Robot technology
Induction welding

“We weld steel, high-strength steel, stainless steel and aluminum. To ensure that all welding work is carried out correctly and efficiently, we are certified according to ISO 3834-2.”

Tom Kremer - welding specialist DROSTE BEJAH
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Welding machines


Valk Welding – Panasonic Aluminium welding robot (1x on rail)
Valk Welding – Panasonic MIG/MAG welding robot (2x)
Valk Welding – Panasonic MIG/MAG welding robot (1x on rail)

Fronius TIG welding machine (2x)
Fronius MIG/MAG welding machine  (8x)

Welding Departments DROSTE BEJAH

Wiki welding information

TIG welding

TIG is short for Tungsten Inert Gas. It gets its name from the English name for tungsten (tungsten) and the use of an inert gas. In TIG welding, heat is obtained by drawing a plasma arc between a tungsten electrode and the workpiece. Due to the high melting temperature of tungsten (3,410 ° C), this is a non-melting electrode. The workpiece temperature is between 6,000 to 7,000 degrees. Due to the cooling effect of the protective gas flowing past, the electrode only has a third of the temperature of the workpiece. The additive material is … read more >>

MIG / MAG welding

MIG / MAG welding is also known as ‘semi-automatic’ welding. MIG / MAG stands for Metal Inert Gas / Metal Active Gas. They are actually two types. Because the only difference is the gas used, it is still seen as the same kind. These two welding processes involve continuous welding during welding … read more >>