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Two TPS/i high performance power sources form the basis for perfectly synchronized arcs that generate a common weld pool – ensuring the process is extremely stable.
A high deposition rate, high quality weld seams and high welding speeds are the result. The commercial benefits of the tandem welding process are particularly apparent when welding longer seams on thick sheets.
Stable Welding Process
Special TWIN characteristics mean the two arcs areperfectly synchronized:
High Depositon Rate
Deposition rate can be seen either in the seam strength or a higher welding speed:
High Welding Speed
Result of deposition rate with simultaneously higher process stability:
Good Gap-Bridging Ability
Bigger weld pool allows for the compensation ofcomponent tolerances:
The entire TPS/i TWIN Push system is characterized by perfectly matched components. Two power sources and one welding torch – with two electrically isolated contact tips (’lead’ and ’trail’) – form the basis for the PMC TWIN tandem welding process. The torch service station and the exchange station perfectly complements the system: Service life of wear parts increases and torch body exchange proceed in no time at all – in turn saving time and money.
Optimized cooling due to water-cooled gas nozzle and water-cooled nozzle fitting
Faster replacement of wear parts
Adjustable contact tip angle
Effective torch body cleaning
...for an automated torch body exchange
The PMC TWIN welding process features greater penetration, higher welding speed and low heat input. This allows the user to choose between three different characteristics in the area of the modified pulse and spray arc. Use of the universal characteristics is recommended for pulsed arcs.
The pulse ratio between the lead and trail electrode is automatically adapted to the selected arc power. This allows for a greater difference in the wire feed speeds of lead and trail, even for synchronized tandem processes.
The TWIN characteristics also determine the optimum points of droplet detachment between the lead and trail electrode. If necessary, this pulse shift can also be modified manually.