Chattanooga, TN (PressExposure) May 14, 2013 -- T. J. Snow Company has over 50 years of experience in the resistance welding industry. The engineers customize the designs for clients essentially for complex Multi-Gun Welders and Turnkey Robotics Systems. T. J. Snow is the industry-leader purveyor of new and used welder controls, spot welders, and seam weld heads.
The remanufactured welders available at T. J. Snow are a great option if you want to enhance the flexibility, productivity and performance of your existing production line. Now you can easily replace your old equipment with modified new ones. Remanufactured spot welders are used in the fabrication of PC cases, power supplies, electrical junction boxes, faraday cages, automobiles, microwave ovens, and various electronics.
In spot welding, you need two shaped copper alloy electrodes in order to concentrate the welding current into a small "spot" and to simultaneously clamp the sheets together. This forces a large current through the spot and melts the metal to form the weld. This process results in a highly defined point of contact weld. The pieces are welded without excessive heating, so all the working pieces are handled easily. You can rely on the experts at T. J. Snow Company to assist you as you begin your search for the most cost effective and economical used spot welders.
A DC inverter system for resistance welding technology is a technically advanced Inverter Technology. The DC inverter system from T. J. Snow provides reliable and consistent welds with an excellent surface appearance. It improves spot and seam welding for a number of materials including copper, coated steels, aluminum and brass. Aluminum spot welding equipment are increasingly used in vehicle bodies.
The DC inverter power supplies provide large benefits in some resistance welding applications. This inverter technology delivers superior weld quality by using shorter weld times, lower weld currents, and other forces than conventional AC controls. Moreover, the user is able to regulate the welding process.
The DC inverter is a cost-effective tool that allows superior control over current and heat generation resulting in reduction of energy use and increase in electrode life. It also improves weld quality, reduces cost and increases production efficiency.
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