Welding

TIG welding in progress

TIG Welding

At Kempston Limited, we utilise both TIG and MIG welding, as well as spot welding fabrication. Utilising these different methods allow us to be versatile, and work with many different types, sizes and weights of metal.

Gas Tungsten Arc welding (also know as TIG welding), uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld.

The weld area is protected from atmospheric contamination by a shielding gas, such as Argon or Helium.

This method is extremely versatile, allowing us to work with multiple types and sizes of metal, ultimately enabling us to adapt to almost any projects requirements.

Gas metal arc welding (also known as MIG welding), uses a feed of wire to produce the weld, and uses an Argon based shielding gas, to protect from atmospheric contamination.

Spot Welding

Spot Welding

Using MIG welding means we can offer quick turnarounds on larger batches of products, and ultimately reduces cost.

Spot welding is another process we offer, which enables us to bind multiple sheets of metal together by overlapping them and applying pressure to the join between two copper electrodes.

Spot welding is much quicker than traditional MIG and TIG welding, and generates less heat across the rest of the sheet, meaning there is less risk of deformities occurring.

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Manufacture & fabrication of Frames, Chassis, Brackets, Front Panels, Cages, Control Units, Electronic Enclosures, Switch gear cabinets, Pedestals, Lockers, Audio Desks for the music industry, Trays, Sub-Frames, Earth Clamps & Doors as well as almost anything you can conceive in Mild Steel, Zintec, Stainless Steel & Aluminium.

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