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Submerged Arc Welding - SAW

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Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) is a highly efficient automated welding method. ESAB offers turnkey solutions for automated SAW welding and ancillary equipment, such as fully automatic flux-management systems and seam-tracking systems to maximise optimisation and profitability for our customers.

Indicated weld deposit rates for ESAB's submerged arc welding equipment

Green areas show the comfort zone commonly selected by customers for different applications. Yellow bars show the upper limit for each weld set-up.

SAW Weld Deposit Rate

 

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1. Single wire

Single wire welding is the most widely used SAW method.

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2. Twin wire

For twin-wire welding, two wires are connected to the same power source.

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3. Tandem wire

In tandem SAW welding each of the two wires is connected to its own power source and fed simultaneously by its own feed unit.

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4. Tandem twin

The ESAB Tandem twin process involves two twin wire heads placed in sequence.

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5. Multi wire

Up to six wires can be used together, each with their own power source.

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6. Narrow Gap

ESAB's Heavy Duty Narrow Gap multi welding system, HNG Multi is suitable for continuous operation under heavy conditions.

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7. Cladding

Strip cladding by submerged-arc welding (SAW) or by electroslag welding (ESW) are the preferred methods for cladding or for larger areas.

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8. SAW - ICE™

ESAB's revolutionary technology exploits the excess heat from the conventional submerged arc welding (SAW) process to increase productivity without increasing heat input.

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Advantage ICE™

Gain a performance advantage with ICE™

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