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Stud welding is an arc welding process in which a stud or similar metal part can be end-joined to a workpiece instantaneously. This stud welding process involves the same basic procedures and metallurgical aspects as any other arc welding procedure. The process is as follows. The stud is placed with a hand tool called the weld gun against the base metal, through the control of the stud welding equipment and the design of the stud. An arc is drawn which melts the base of the stud and a proportionate area of the base metal.
The stud is then forced into the molten pool and held in place until the materials re-solidify. This high quality fusion weld is completed in milliseconds. We offer a full complement of stud welding fasteners and application equipment to non-residential building contractors and OEMs for use in applications ranging from bridges and high-rise buildings to construction machinery and power generation equipment including nuclear power plants — to name just some of our markets.
We are constantly researching new product applications to solve complex customer assembly and fastening needs. We pioneered the use of stud welded shear connector studs, headed concrete and deformed bar anchors, punching shear resistor studs, all ideal for use in high-stress concrete applications. Moreover, we perfected the use of abrasion resistant weld studs to offer equipment OEMs and their end users the greatest wear protection and longest life for their construction equipment.
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DIN EN ISO 13918:2018-04
ISO 13918 (RD) - 2017 Arc Stud Welding - Threaded Stud With Reduced Shaft - Type RD
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