Oil & Gas/Petrochemical
Welding Alloys at the core of natural resources

Column Cladding

Welding Alloys’ Solution 

  • Unique all-positional Alloy 625 welding consumables provide effective, cost competitive protection against corrosive environments in the Petrochemical columns.
  • Fully qualified teams with expert knowledge are available to carry out cladding on site, eliminating the need for expensive replacement of column sections.
  • Cladding is carried out to international standards ensuring quality and workmanship to the highest standards, without compromising the structural integrity of the plant or its support structures.

Benefits

  • Opposed to thermal sprayed products, welded layers do not cause contamination of distillation products.
  • Single layer welding with ultra low dilution results in optimum corrosion resistant clad layer properties.
  • In-situ welding greatly reduces cost of ownership and eliminates the need for component replacement.
  • Welding procedures qualified to international standards ensure workmanship of the highest quality.
  • Cost of cladding is roughly 5 times less than what it would cost to replace corroded sections.
  • Life expectancy of clad section is 5 times that of the original base material.

Consistency and Customer Service

Our Integra™ engineers can utilise Welding Alloys Group’s consumables and automated welding equipment to respond quickly to client’s needs and guarantee a consistent finish. Welding Alloys Group adheres to strict procedure controls to ensure workmanship to the highest possible standard within the time frame available.

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News & Events

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20/09/2017

Speedmet Aluminium Turkey new full line machines and new factory design is ready to produce world class Aluminium MIG and TIG welding wires!

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19/09/2017

In early September, Michael Chien and Marc Landragin from Welding Alloys Taiwan gave a presentation on Hardfacing at Steel Mill to more than 80 engineers from China Steel.

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29/06/2017

The machines department has had a busy start to 2017, in March the sales teams for machines and wires took part in SIFER 2017 (International Trade Fair for the Railway Industry) in Lille, France.