Joining Technologies uses gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) to join small parts for customers in the semiconductor, medical and aerospace industries. The advantages of gas tungsten arc welding include the fact that the process can be used on both steel as well as alloyed metals.
Some examples of parts that Joining Technologies welds using gas tungsten arc welding include parts of airplane gas tanks, sensors and medical devices, and aerospace components.
GTAW is a widely accepted welding process that has minimal electricity requirements. However, GTAW requires highly skilled welders – and Joining Technologies’ specialists meet that strict standard.
Joining Technologies’ gas tungsten arc welding program meets high standards for quality. The program is accredited by Nadcap (the National Aerospace and Defense Contractors Association). It holds the AS9100 certification for aerospace quality system requirements; the ASME BPVC (Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code) certification; and the ISO 13485 (quality management systems for medical devices) certification.
When it comes to solving critical joining challenges, gas tungsten arc welding remains an important tool used at Joining Technologies.
Joining Technologies uses GTAW because it provides the advantage of reliable, high-quality welds on a variety of metals, including steel and alloys.