Welding - With any imaginable technique


Welding of components is a standard processing technique used for many metal products. Each product has specific requirements for the welding technique used. What is an ideal technique for one product, is not necessarily ideal for another. At Brink, we have the people and the machines required to perform all common welding techniques for your product. Only certified welders with a passion for their profession work for Brink. Welders who are experts in different welding techniques and guarantee a flawless result.


MIG/MAG and TIG welding are electric arc welding processes. MIG/MAG welding (currently the most widely used welding technique) can be performed either manually, semi-automatically or fully automatically by a welding robot. We use the TIG welding technique primarily for aluminium, high-alloy steel (stainless steel) and low alloy steel with thin sheet thickness as they require relatively low welding speed. TIG welding is usually done manually, but can also be automated. Needless to say that we have state-of-the-art machines for automatic welding.


We opt for longitudinal and circumferential seam welding for welding circular tubes and polygonal shaped metal products. Circumferential seam welding is used for joining similarly shaped parts, the seams of which are refined to create an invisible weld. In longitudinal seam welding, the welded seams are ground and sanded to create a seamless appearance. We have several longitudinal and circumferential seam welding machines. So we can handle your product as well!


In spot and projection welding, two metal surfaces are fused together while clamped together under pressure. Spot welding is mainly used for sheet metal – especially thin metal sheets – without adding material. Projection welding is used on thin, contoured metal sheets or on small objects that you want to bond onto metal sheets. This welding technique is often seen in the automotive industry, for example, when welding nuts to sheet metal. We have a wide range of spot and projection welding machines that meet virtually any demand.

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