Flash Butt Welder

HYDRAULIC FLASH BUTT WELDER

RANGE : 50 TO 250 KVA

Features

INTRODUCTION

Flash Butt Welding is a modern technique of joining mild steel, alloy steel and other dissimilar metals in various tubular or solid sections. Weld quality obtained is mechanically or metallurgically similar to the parent metal. Because of shorter weld times the process is suited for higher production than other conventional methods. No additional items such as rods or gas etc. are required thus it is highly economical. Other features include (a) little or no end preparation (b) High accuracy of welding joints (c) High consistency of weld parameters.

Applications

Welding of HSS to EN9 tools, tubular parts, bicycle and moped wheel rims, starter ring gears, window sections, table knives, construction steel bars upto 30 dia., bottom rings of cylinders, continuous coil strips.

Salient Features

  • Fully Hydraulically operated.
  • Forced Air Cooled transformer having core of high grade silicon steel confirms to IS 4804, Part II.
  • Precision control on initial die opening. Flash off length, Time, length and final die opening.
  • Precision time delay circuit for upset current.
  • Safety and sequential interlinks provided for prolonged trouble free Tooling operation.
  • Pre-heat and Post heat cycles available as required.
MODEL UNITS TFH-50 TFH-75 TFH-100 TFH-150 TFH-200 TFH-250
Supply Voltage at 1 ph. 50 Hz. V 415 415 415 415 415 415
Continuous Rating of transformer KVA 35 55 70 105 140 175
Nominal Rating at 50% duty cycle KVA 50 75 100 150 200 250
Switch Fuse A 150 200 300 400 500 650
Current Taps No. 6 6 6 8 8 8

Uses

Cutting Tools

Gear Rings /Steering Rings

Chain Links

Cycle Rims

Fork Shifter

Gallery

Gallery

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