The capacitor discharge stud welding operates on the principle of capacitor stored energy. In this method,
The weld gun and the stud is positioned against the work piece.
Energy stored in the bank of capacitors is discharged through special weld stud pip across the contact. This rapid discharge of energy disintegrates the projection pip on the end of the stud.
At this time the gun spring pressure forces the stud into the molten piece, completing the weld.
Capacitor Discharge Stud welding cycle is completed in 2-3 milliseconds on material as thin as 0.02 inch. This fast weld times minimizes the amount of heat generated and penetration depth into the parent material. It is used specifically for welding smaller diameter ferrous non-ferrous studs on thin gauge base metals. The stud or fastener can be welded on the reverse side of the coated or finished sheet with very little or no discoloration, distortion or burning. At the same time, stud welding provides a high-quality joint that is strong and resists loosening or breaking.
• Password protection
• Display and keyboard for setting various parameters
• Facility to save parameter settings
• Weld counter
Use Capacitor Discharge Stud Welding When:
• Diameter of the stud is less than 8mm
• Parent material is thin, lightweight
• Aesthetic appeal is a critical factor
• Dissimilar metals are to be welded
• No reverse side dimples or discoloration
• High quality bonds are required
• For Studs with projection(pip)
• Absolutely clean welds are required
- Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece