The quality of welding with our ESSC strip cladding fluxes makes us one of the few companies in the world to have this capacity, says Aniruddha Vilekar, Head-Marketing, Ador Welding Ltd.
Ador Welding Ltd is known as a complete Welding Solutions Provider and true to our name we displayed our entire gamut of Products at Weld India 2020. Our exhibit spread over 132 square metres, with a mezzanine floor specially constructed for one on one meetings with clients, was the largest at the expo.
On live demonstration were Champ Pulse 500 , India’s first indigenously manufactured Pulse-MIG Inverter Welding Equipment, the King Cut Edge Plasma Cutting machine and TIP-TIG welding quality at MIG welding speeds”.
Also on display were our models of several path-breaking projects executed by our Project Engineering Business, our entire range of welding consumables with our vast array of SAW fluxes, ESSSC Strips and ESSC flux with samples of the same and our entire range of Gas Cutting Products.
Women welders trained under our CSR initiative – “Fulfilling Dreams” at the Ador Welding Academy who are now working in various top companies in and around Pune were at the demo zone demonstrating our welding equipment and impressing one and all with their wonderful welding skills.
The center of attraction at our stall was Champ Pulse 500 and the Champ versa 400, besides of course TIP-TIG.
While Champ Pulse 500 showcased our ability to provide a world-class indigenously manufactured Pulse MIG Inverter, the Champ versa 400 and its unique suitcase type wire feeder unveiled at the expo showcased the first of its kind CC/CV Welding Inverter that makes smooth defect-free welding without voltage drops even at a distance of 50 metres from the power source!
The quality of welding that is possible with our ESSC strip cladding fluxes that was showcased at the stall makes us one of the few companies in the world to have this capacity.
A team of young Engineers from our Technology Development Centre presented three distinct papers at the conference…
Evaluation of Hot Hardness & Wear Rates of Some Hardfacing Alloys:
Hardfacing is one of the most useful and economical ways to improve the performance of components submitted to severe wear conditions. This study examines the Hot Hardness and abrasive wear behaviour of four iron based hardfacing alloys with different combinations of Chromium, Molybdenum, Tungsten, Vanadium and Carbon on a mild steel substrate. The results show that the higher Hot hardness is obtained in Fe-Cr-C combination electrode because of their formation of hard Chromium carbides.
Effect of Weld Metal Composition & PWHT on Properties of Some Austenitic Stainless Steel Alloys:
Austenitic stainless steels (ASS) are widely used materials in nuclear reactors and power plants because of their good ductility, excellent corrosion resistance and a reasonable weldability. This thesis reports the effect of PWHT on impact toughness properties, lateral expansion, ferrite number, corrosion properties and microstructural properties of E308L, E309L weld metals with different ferrite numbers. From this investigation, it is found that mechanical properties of the high ferrite number weld metal drastically changed compared to low ferrite number weld metal.
Analysis of Welding Characteristics of Carbon Steel and some Stainless Steels using the TIP- TIG process:
The purpose of this study was to evaluate the patented TIP-TIG system in comparison with standard GTAW process. Standard GTAW process has higher heat input and lower welding speed. The TIP-TIG process is a semi-automatic, hot wire variant of manual GTAW. The continuously fed preheated filler metal very significantly improves the deposition rate, improves fluidity and dynamics of the molten metal puddle and reduces the risk of inclusions and porosity. The improved mechanical properties by low heat input was analysed with tensile, impact and hardness properties.
I must also mention here that Mr. Satish Prasad from the Ador Welding Academy who won the runner up prize at the National Best Welder Competition has been nominated to represent Team India at the Arc Cup to be held in China during June-July this year.
[As told to P.K. Balasubbramaniian]
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