Horschel Brothers Precision offers various welding techniques for a wide variety of materials to meet our partner’s specifications. These include:
Welding Department Highlights
Tungsten inert gas is used to prevent atmospheric contamination during the weld process. Commonly used to weld stainless steel and aluminum.
Metal inert gas is used to prevent atmospheric contamination during the weld process. Ideal for steel. Preferred for its speed and versatility.
A process that uses flux to shield the weld. Suitable for steel and nickel-based alloys. Preferred for structural applications because the welds produced are sound, uniform, corrosion resistant and have good impact value.
A manual arc process that uses flux. Common use in heavy steel construction and industrial fabrication.
A high concentration laser beam weld instead of using electrical current. The process provides a consistent and high quality weld. Suitable for automated manufacturing processes.
Horschel Brothers Precision can automate MIG and Sub Arc welding in our robotic welding station.