Seam Welding Wheels FOR SALE at Weld Systems Integrators
IN-STOCK seam welding wheels made from RWMA class 1 copper, RWMA class 2 copper, and RWMA class 3 copper.
Seam welding is very similar to spot welding. However, two opposing wheels are used, rather than two pointed electrodes. Force and current is applied through the wheel. Control timing and wheel speed determine the spacing of the welds. Seam welding wheels can overlap, be fluid tight or separated. A separated seam welding wheel setup is often called a roll spot weld.
Seam welding will generally use the same alloys as spot welding. The higher conductivity lower strength workpieces will be welded using Class 2 and the stronger work pieces will use Class 3.
Most seam welding wheels are cross forged to break up the original cast billet grain structure. Seam welding wheels can be made from RWMA class 1 copper, RWMA class 2 copper, RWMA class 2 copper Premium, and RWMA class 3 copper. The most common and cost effective material for welding steel alloys is RWMA class 2 copper. RWMA class 3 seam welding wheels should be used when welding stainless steel.
Weld Systems Integrators maintains an inventory of seam welding wheels at our Warrensville Heights, OHIO location. For immediate assistance, please give us a call at 844-WSI-WELD or +1-216-475-5629.
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If you don’t see what you’re looking for on the list provided, Weld Systems Integrators can manufacture custom resistance welding consumables, electrodes, tooling and components meet your exact resistance welding needs. We can machine custom components in a variety of sizes, shapes and weights. Please contact our knowledgeable sales and service team at 844-WSI-WELD or +1-216-475-5629 for immediate assistance.
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