An orbital welding equipment is a mechanical device which is specialized in the area of welding process for orbital tungsten inert gas welding (TIG) which is technically called gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW).
The equipment rotates mechanically through 360° around a static work piece and 180° in double up welding process for tube and pipe welding.
Orbital welding equipment is used to address the errors in gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) processes.
Orbital welding equipment is controlled by a computer so as to run a high-quality repeatable welding process with little intervention from the operators.
The main components used in orbital welding system are power supply, welding head, and wire-feed mechanism.
Orbital welding equipment are basically used for welding certain types and sizes of materials.
However, there are number of factors which can influence the high-quality of welding process, which include welding speed, arc length, pulse and magnitude frequency of the welding current, parent material, weld preparation, inert shielding gas, thermal conductivity, and filler material.
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Orbital Welding Equipment Market: Competition Landscape
In October 2016, Arc Machines, Inc. (AMI) announced its new innovative product, M217P automated fusion orbital welding systems, so as to offer a compact unit for maintaining functionality and creating ease of portability for onsite applications for the manufacturing systems.