Resistance Welding

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What is Resistance Welding?

Resistance welding is a process by where current and pressure are used to bond two pieces of metal. Resistance welding requires force in the bonding process. Pressure is used to hold two pieces of metal together while they are cooling. This also allows for the metals to properly bond together. The necessary pressure for the bonding process is typically applied by the machine or manually by the operator.

Our Resistance Welding Capabilities

At OGS Industries we have 5 resistance welders that range from 50 to 100 KVA. With these, we are able to weld material thickness from .003 up to .187 thick. We have the ability to weld all types of material which include Stainless Steel, Carbon Steel and aluminum.

We offer three different types of resistance welding: Nut Welding, Spot Welding, and Stud Welding. Click here to for MiG Welding.

We have automatic nut feeders on 4 of the machines which give us the ability to weld 6mm, 8mm and 10mm nuts more efficiently than installing them by hand. By utilizing these feeders we are able to reduce the cost of welding and increase through put to make our organization extremely competitive in the market place. We also have the ability to resistance weld components of various thicknesses together in all types of materials further enhancing what we can offer our customers.

Highlights

  • Nut, Spot, & Stud Welding
  • Weld Material from .003-.187 thick
  • Stainless Steal, Carbon Steal, & Aluminum
  • Automatic Nut Feeders

Quality Inspection Methods

  • Acid Etching
  • Torque Testing
  • Pull Testing
close up of a nut being welded through a resistance welder at ogs industries

Call us at 800-321-2438 or send us a message to learn more or to request a quote!