One of the key components of rail networks, whether it be high-speed or urban rails, is the railway crossing.
Wear monitor sensors are designed to offer real-time coating thickness detection, ideal for when critical components experience wear in places which cannot be easily seen.
Every year since 2011, the French Government has been organising an ‘Industry Week’, with the aim of giving college and high school students, apprentices and job seekers alike the opportunity to discover Industry from a different angle.
Welding Alloys have decades of knowledge and experience when it comes to solutions for the rail industry; we offer welding consumables and machines that are specifically designed for repair and maintenance of different track types.
Welding Alloys is a proud member of the United Nations Global Compact. We have made the commitment to the core principles laid out in the compact, focusing on human rights, labour, the environment and anti-corruption.
Welding Alloys’ collaborative robot, Flex e.bot has been specially developed to carry out weld surfacing jobs.
The 3D-Carb™ technology was developed by Welding Alloys France in the 1990s to protect sintering elements, stars, slabs, etc. Over the years, the team at Integra™ France have continued to develop this technology by improving the design and the hardfacing techniques.
Welding Alloys Argentina has manufactured and delivered a key set of wear parts for the classifier section of an FLSmidth OK 36.4 Vertical Roller Mill, all completed to the customer’s drawings and technical specifications.
Welding Alloys is pleased to host a series of webinars the week of 13th June 2022, the webinars will provide insight on our cement industry applications and solutions.
In March 2021 KW Chile, a company within Welding Alloys Group supplied a Chevron-Coated Lifter for installation and testing in one of Compañía Manufacturera de Papeles y Cartones (CMPC) pulp & paper plants based in Laja.