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Power Plant Construction made easy with Welding Automation
Gullco International was formed in 1954, to serve the demands of the emerging welding industry with its world headquarters located in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada. Gullco International serves the entire world market through its companies in Canada, United States, United Kingdom, India, Australia, and China as well as its strong worldwide distributor network with high quality automated welding machines for welding and cutting applications. Gullco International is engaged in a continuous research and development program to provide weld automation equipment and systems geared to the fast changing needs of the welding industry and equipment that can stand up to the tough environments in the field. Gullco is dedicated to providing productivity, cost savings, durability and service.
Andritz Hydro, Germany has successfully completed the development program for welding automation using Gullco equipments.
The images clearly reveals the work that our Group company, Gullco, UK, did after supplying welding carriage trolley, KAT with special remote control, seam tracker and oscillator along with flex tracks high temp magnet assemblies and the new swivel devise for the magnet assemblies.
The work is to make very high quality butt joints in a special steel using GMAW process of welding. The single bevel butt was made with Gullco’s ceramic backing. There was a 5mm gap and 5mm root face.
The photos were in the laboratory at Andritz Hydro, Germany during completion of the procedure trials. Those trials were completed successfully and now the engineers are busy applying this work to their applications within the factory.