Welding machines are equipment that allows you to join together the same or different materials, generally metals or alloys, but also plastics. Welding can range from the simplest tin or lead alloy tin plating, to the most sophisticated TIG welding (from the English Tungsten Inert Gas, i.e. tungsten tip with inert gas, which forms an electric arc between the two materials – or rather three, including the filler rod).

Depending on their operation, there are different types of welding machines:

  • Pressure welders, i.e. with a process by induction or electrical resistance (roller technology, for points, butt, etc.).
  • Autogenous welders, depending on whether the base material actively participates in the process that will form the weld (it is the most common);
  • Fusion welders, that is the intervention of an electric arc or through the combustion at very high temperatures of a gas mixture (which is defined with the name of axi-acetylene).


The following machines are available :


Technical data provided cannot be considered as binding. Machines are listed in alphabetical order and are continuously updated according to availabilities.