TPI has experience in welding, both TIG and electron beam. Our subsidiary, SDMS, adds to our expertise in this industry.
TIG welding replaces the fuse wire with a non-consumable electrode while retaining the advantage of protecting the weld area with a shielding gas. The non-consumable electrode is made of tungsten and the gas used for shielding is inert, hence the name TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding. Since the electrode is non-consumable, TIG welding requires a filler metal.
TPI has many TIG systems (up to 400 A)
Electron beam welding is a metal joining technique used to achieve high strength joints with minimal deformation of the joined parts.
TPI has 1 electron beam machine
Brazing is an extremely versatile process. With brazing, you can weld a wide range of metals, both ferrous and non-ferrous. And because brazing does not melt the base metal, it is ideal for welding metals with different melting points.
We use our Nicrobraz® soldering chamber to braze small parts and fine-tune our soldering processes.
TPI is working with the company CELES to develop an inductor specific to the brazing process.