High-Quality Industrial Welding With Minimal Downtime
IA Mechanical provides several services for different aspects of plants and facilities. We offer welding services to ensure all components are made properly and fit properly. IA Mechanical prioritizes quick and high-quality welding services for all clients while making sure downtime and cost are minimized. We recognize the importance of minimal downtime because we know that time means money.
At IA Mechanical, we have a team of experienced welders to complete tasks on the job. Welding is used to combining metals using a technique called fusion. Using heat, pressure, and several specialized tools, this process can assist in many different jobs. There are two main types of welding: fusion and solid-state. Fusion welding uses an added filler piece to fuse two pieces of metal; whereas, solid-state welding doesn’t require a filler piece, rather, it simply joins the two pieces of metal together with heat and tools.
It’s important to have a highly trained team to complete the many different welding processes given the complexity and potential safety concerns. All our welders at IA Mechanical are trained to the highest standard in the practice, as well as in safety procedures to ensure everyone involved and near is safe.
Within welding, there are several subsections such are: gas welding, resistance welding, arc welding, newer welding, and solid-state welding. Every different type of welding is used for different purposes. The main welding processes we offer are described below. These are only a few of the many processes that welders complete, all for different purposes.
Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW)
- In this method, an arc between a covered electrode and the welding pool creates a weld.
Oxy-Acetylene Welding (OA)
- This method is used for heating heavy stock for bending and soft soldering – it is a forgivable process that is ideal for beginners.
Tungsten Inert Gas Welding (TIG)
- In this method, a no consumable tungsten electrode is used with the material to be welded.
Gas Metal Arc Welding (MIG)
- In this method, a metal rod is used as an electrode while the piece being welded is used as the other electrode. This process uses the high heat of an electric arc.
High-Quality Work With Minimal Downtime
While these methods are amongst the most popular welding methods, there are many additional methods to use as well. Depending on the situation, product needing welding, and even the environment, different methods may be used to accommodate. If you have a welding need, IA Mechanical can help.
If you are interested in learning more about the different welding services we offer for any aspects or products at your plant or factory, call IA Mechanical today. We work with all facilities to ensure customized care and attention. We value consistent high-quality work with minimal downtime to save you money and time while consistently providing an expert experience.