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Submerged Arc Welding

Submerged arc welding (SAW) is a high quality, very high deposition rate welding process.  Submerged arc welding is a high deposition rate welding process commonly used to join plate.

Submerged Arc Welding Benefits

  •  Extremely high deposition rates possible
  •  High quality welds
  •  Easily automated
  •  Low operator skill required

Common Submerged Arc Welding Concerns

We can help optimize your welding process variables. Evaluate your current welding parameters and techniques.  Help eliminate common welding problems and discontinuities such as those listed below:

Weld Discontinuities

  •  Cracks
  •  Porosity
  •  Slag
  •  Undercut

Submerged Arc Welding Problems

  •  Solidification Cracking
  •  Hydrogen Cracking
  •  Incomplete fusion
  •  Irregular wire feed
  •  Porosity

If your company is experiencing these or other welding problems you can retain AMC to improve your weld processing.  Hire AMC to act as your welding specialist.   


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