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  1. Where is stud welding applied?

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  1. Wich materials are used?

    Today, stud welding is mainly used with: steel, structural steel, high-strength structural steel, stainless steel (V2a), austenitic and ferritic, aluminum, brass, copper, titanium.
    Even black - white connections are possible depending on the studwelding process.


  1. Which welding processes exist?

    Stud welding is divided in two main processes.  CD-studwelding und Arc studwelding. The basic difference between the two procedures is that in tip ignition procedure (CD), the arc is formed over the ignition tip of the studs with a substantially hear welding current and a short time. In the drawn arc procedure (Arc), the stud is lifted to arc length under a pilot arc, and then dips into the molten metal after the welding time has elapsed.
    For more information on the processes, see the following links and the associated table.

  2. How efficient is Stud Welding?

    With AS stud welders you get welders which already today get along with a minimum of energy use. Because energy is only used in a fraction of a second, stud welding technology is already a process that requires a fraction of the energy compared to other welding processes (electrode, MAG, TIG). The base material is less thermally stressed in comparison to other welding procedures.
    The Commission Regulation (EU) 2019/1784 of October 1, 2019, laying down ecodesign requirements for welding equipment pursuant to Directive 2009/125/EG of the European Parliament and of the Council. Therefore this does not apply to stud welding equipment in accordance with Article 1(3) of the Regulation. 

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