Boessenkool

WELDING OF FERRO AND NON-FERRO

Welding demands are increasingly higher today. Machine factory Boessenkool is at the forefront when it comes to meeting the increasingly stringent requirements for welding work. The machine factory believes that its customers are obliged. Nothing is therefore left to chance. Whether it is the welding of ferrous or non-ferrous materials such as plastics.

OUR EQUIPMENT

  • COBOT
  • FRONIUS
  • KEMPI
  • EUROTRONIC 380i REISS
  • WELDING ROBOT
  • MANIPULATOR
  • HALK CRANE max. 120 tons (2x 60 tons)

WELDING PROCESSES O.A.

  • OP-Welding (SAW)
  • Electrode welding (SMAW)
  • MIG / MAG (GMAW & FCAW)
  • TIG (GTAW)
  • Hot Wired TIG Automatic ETR Rd 50 mm inside boreholes up to 1,500 mm deep / long

SPECIFICATIONS OF CERTIFIED WELDING

  • Aluminum and stainless steel
  • Cladding with Inconel and stainless steel
  • Steel, Cast steel, Hardox
  • ASME IX, EN 287-1: 2004, ANSI AWS certified welding under the supervision of our MLT employees
  • Pressure vessels up to 1,000 bar and temperature up to -60 degrees Celsius

CERTIFICATIONS AND STAMP COMPETENCE

Certificates and inspections always guarantee the best quality of every operation by Machinefabriek Boessenkool. For various inspection bodies, including RINA, Lloyds, ABS, DNV, and others, Machinefabriek Boessenkool is authorized for stamping / stamp authorization.

WELDING OF TOP QUALITY

The welding is carried out by Machinefabriek Boessenkool in an air-conditioned production hall. High-quality welding is carried out, for example, on couplings for gas extraction installations. The required accuracy and expansion relief for these types of workpieces are spectacular. It is not for nothing that they only work with expert welders and the very best machines. Our employees are skilled in various forms of welding. From TIG and OP welding to Electrode or MIG / MAG welding.

USE OF MANY TECHNIQUES

Whatever your wishes in the field of welding, the Boessenkool machine factory is happy to assist you. Do you want to know the possibilities in the field of MIG / MAG, TIG or OP welding? Then read on.

MIG / MAG WELDING

MIG / MAG welding is suitable for most materials and filler wires and can be applied to various metals. The technology falls into the electric arc welding category. For MIG / MAG welding, a constant voltage is used and a mechanical wire is continuously supplied. It is a widely used welding process that lends itself well to automation.
At Machinefabriek Boessenkool, MIG / MAG welding is performed accurately both manually and with the aid of welding robots. The process can always be carried out quickly and in many positions. By using automation, we minimize the chance of errors and complex workpieces can also be welded. You are also assured of consistent quality in this way. MIG / MAG welding is efficient, flexible and offers many options. Machine factory Boessenkool is happy to help you further.

TIG WELDING

TIG welding differs from other processes in that it does not release any welding fumes and there is no question of splashing. This technique is also used at a constant current and a form of welding is used that Machinefabriek Boessenkool many TIG welding has a nice, tight result and has little after-treatment. TIG welding delivers high quality and a solid result.

WELDING

OP welding is a welding process in which welding takes place under a layer of welding powder. It is a technique that is mainly used for workpieces for heavy industry, such as storage tanks and gas extraction installations. Machinefabriek Boessenkool has the right people and machines for this and carries out this type of arc welding with great accuracy.
OP welding is a very productive welding process that uses both alternating current and direct current. Because very large currents can be used, large welding depths are possible and it is a process that can be carried out quickly. OP welding provides high-quality smooth welding results
that hardly need to be processed. Due to the use of powder, there is virtually no radiation and splashing. OP welding is well suited for automation and is a relatively inexpensive method of welding.

COBOT WELDING

The name COBOT is a derivative of Cooperative Robot. This means that this robot only functions in collaboration with our skilled and experienced welders. With this he distinguishes himself from traditional robots. You have to see it as a professional interplay, where the welder enters the correct instructions via a laptop that is equipped with special software. That requires a lot of knowledge about welding, because without exact settings, COBOT does not do what is expected of it.
The COBOT is first and foremost flexible for the production of both small and large series. In addition, he is extremely precise; once it is busy, it makes repetitive exactly the same welds. This also applies to the upright pendulum
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