Monitoring

Weld monitors are devices that measure one or more specific electrical and/or mechanical parameters that dynamically change during the welding process including weld current, voltage drop across the electrodes, workpiece expansion and deformation, electrode force, electrode movement (displacement), size of the electrode face, acoustic energy emitted while the weld is being formed and temperature of the workpieces. Variations in thickness, tensile strength, hardness, surface finish and cleanliness of the workpieces have a significant effect on weld quality.

Why Monitor?

  • Identify process trends
  • Improve quality by ensuring process stability
  • Identify ideal parameters and control limits for successful welding
  • Detect drifts in the weld process
  • Independent, external process monitoring
  • Collect process data

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