The gas shielded metal arc welding is used in almost every area of metal processing. The area of use extends from welding thin sheets in the car body construction to the joining of thick-walled parts in steel construction or heavy engineering. Steels are welded with active shielded gases (MAG), non iron metals are welded with inert shielded gases (MIG).
Main fields of use:
Initial education with a course duration of 80 hours
Every participant with regular attendence receives a certificate.
Graduation with a throat seam welding exam according to DIN 287-1 respectively DIN EN ISO 9606 is possible.
|MSG thin sheet welding||course duration approx. 7 days||plate thickness < 3 mm|
|MSG fillet weld welding||course duration approx. 5 days||plate thickness > 3 mm|
|MSG plate welding||course duration approx. 10 days||plate thickness > 3 mm|
|MSG tube welding||course duration approx. . 10 days||wall thickness< 3 mm|
|MSG tube welding||course duration approx. 20 days||wall thickness > 3 mm|
|MIG fillet weld welding||course duration approx. 5 days||plate thickness approx. 3 – 8 mm|
|MIG plate welding||course duration approx. 10 days||plate thickness approx. 4 – 8 mm|
Courses for special welding techniques e.g. with a modified arc, are possible by request.
The pulsed arc is used to weld unalloyed, high-alloyed steel and aluminium in the lower or middle power range.
Exam fees are dependent on the scope of the exam, they'll be calculated after the price list for welding exams.