WELDING

WELDING

Petrogear offers a complete range of welding services for a diverse range of industries, all of whom share similar challenges in meeting quality, safety and compliance requirements.
Under specific standards, Petrogear follows uncompromised criteria and quality to meet our customer’s needs. Petrogear works with some of the highest rated equipment in the industry and is expanding its technology base to better serve our customers and ourselves.
“OUR WELDERS & OPERATORS ARE CERTIFIED BY DNV GL”

  • con1INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR STANDARDIZATION
  • con2AMERICAN WELDING SOCIETY
  • con3DET NORSKE VERITAS GERMANISCHER LLOYD

We brought together a group of seasoned professionals whose years of combined welding experience contribute to a higher efficiency level. We ensure our welding processes meet the requirements necessary to consistently manufacture products of high quality while complying with industry recognised International Codes and Standards which include:

DNV GL RULES FOR WELDING
AWS D1.1 STRUCTURAL WELDING CODE 2015 EDITION
AWS B2.1 SPECIFICATION FOR WELDING PROCEDURE & PERFORMANCE QUALIFICATION
AWS D1.6 STRUCTURAL WELDING (STAINLESS STEEL)
AWS D10.11 TO 10.12 ROOT PASS FOR WELDING PIPE
ISO 14555 ARC STUD WELDING OF METALLIC MATERIALS
AWS D10.18 PIPE WELDING (STAINLESS STEEL)
AWS D16.1 TO 16.4 ROBOTIC ARC WELDING

OUR EQUIPMENT:
GAS METAL ARC WELDING (GMAW) (MIG)

MILLER MIGMATIC 250 (34 UNITS)

Image MODEL MIGMATIC 250
wel1 INPUT POWER 3 Phase, 230/400 VAC, 50/60 Hz
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250 Amps at 26.5 VDC, 35% Duty Cycle
WIRE SPEED 1–28.2 MPM (39–1110 IPM)
WEIGHT 81 KGS

MILLER MIGMATIC 253 (3 UNITS)

Image MODEL MIGMATIC 253
wel2 INPUT POWER 3 Phase, 230/400 VAC, 50/60 Hz
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250 Amps at 26.5 VDC, 35% Duty Cycle
WIRE SPEED 1–28.2 MPM (39–1110 IPM)
WEIGHT 85 KGS

MILLER MIGMATIC 273 (30 UNITS)

Image MODEL MIGMATIC 273
wel3 INPUT POWER 3 Phase, 230/380-400 VAC 50Hz
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240Amps at 26 VDC, 35% Duty Cycle
WIRE SPEED 1.3 – 20 MPM (50 – 790 IPM)
WEIGHT 88 KGS

MILLER MIGMATIC 293 (5 UNITS)

Image MODEL MIGMATIC 293
wel4 INPUT POWER 400 V 3 – Phase
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270 A at 28 VDC 35% DC
230 A at 25 VDC 50% DC
WIRE SPEED 1.3 – 20 m/min.
WEIGHT 88 KGS

SHEILDED METAL ARC WELDING (SMAW) (MMA) (MMAW) (LIFT TIG)

LINCOLN INVERTEC 270SX (1 UNIT)

Image MODEL INVERTEC 270SX
wel5 INPUT POWER 9.5kW @ 35% 6.3kW @ 100%
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270A / 30.8V @ 35% 200A / 28V @ 100%
WIRE SPEED 5-270A
WEIGHT 22 KGS

LINCOLN INVERTEC 400SX (1 UNIT)

Image MODEL INVERTEC 400SX
wel6 INPUT POWER 10.9kW @ 35% 16.4kW @ 100%
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400A / 36V @ 35% 300A / 32V @ 100%
WIRE SPEED 5-400A
WEIGHT 37 KGS

STUD WELDING: ISO 14555

TAYLOR 1600EDRAWN ARC STUD WELDER (1 UNIT)

Image MODEL 1600E
wel7 STUD RANGE 3mm – 20mm
WELDING TIME 20-1500 (M/SEC.)
WELDING RATE 20-4/MIN
WEIGHT 150 KGS

TAYLOR CD M10 STUD WELDER (1UNIT)

Image MATERIAL WELD RANGE
wel8 MILD STEEL 2mm – 10mm
STAINLESS STEEL 2mm – 10mm
ALUMINUM ALLOY 2mm – 8mm
ZINTEC 2mm – 8mm

ROBOTIC ARC WELDING (GMAW) (MIG)

The ABB IRB 6400 is one of the most installed robots in the world. They have been used by most of the major automotive manufacturers for nearly 15 years. They have an excellent reputation for reliability and capability and as such are the industry standard. It is modular in construction and as standard the 6400 has a 3.0m reach

ABB IRB 6400 (8 UNITS)

Image MODEL IRB 6400
wel9 INPUT POWER
RATED OUTPUT
REACH 3.0 m
WEIGHT 1200 KGS

ADVANTAGES OF ROBOTIC ARC WELDING

SPEED
A robot can weld faster than a human because the torch is always in the optimal orientation and moving as fast as possible.

QUALITY
Consistent motion also means consistent quality. With the torch and workpiece(s) in the same position and moving at the same speed every time, each part is welded the same way.

SCRAP
Consistent quality means no scrapped parts due to bad welds.

WASTE
Because robotic welding is faster, excess usage of fluxes, gases and filler metal is minimized.
COST ADVANTAGES Robotic welding is highly cost-effective, especially for longer production runs where programming time can be amortized over a large number of pieces.