After years of consolidated experience in arc welding, Tesol has spent the last five years developing a parallel activity in resistance welding and is currently able to present a wide range of services and products.
Resistance welding, like arc welding, has the Engineering Department available for the development of technical solutions, seeking out production process optimisation, mainly in quality assurance and productivity.
Over the last few years, industry in general and that of the car in particular, have developed a clear interest in the use of cutting-edge materials that enable them to adapt to the requirements established by the end-client and by the new legislation on safety and the environment.
The clear advantages, greater strength and less weight provided by such cutting-edge materials can be contrasted with the difficulty in obtaining quality welding. It was this aspect that encouraged Tesol to construct a laboratory that enables us to evaluate the weldability of various materials and, in this way, provide a better advice service to our clients.
Although the resistance welding process is clearly aimed at the car industry, it also provides clear advantages in other sectors, such as metal structure, construction, domestic appliances, electronics or the food industry, among others. The thickness and characteristics of certain parts make optimum use of this process, providing clear advantages of quality assurance and cost reduction, thus improving the final production process.
All these factors enable us to perform a customised study of each client's needs and provide it with the best possible solution.