Cigweld introduces a new range of power sources for welding applications in the mining industry.
The Australian mining sector is a key component of Australia’s recent economic buoyancy. The ever increasing need for raw materials has not only aided the mining companies themselves but also provided solid growth within many of the support industries associated with the mining sector.
These industries rely on heavy duty equipment for the extraction, processing and transportation of minerals, which has increased the need for welding products to build and maintain such equipment.
The increasing demand for welding products supplied to the mining sector and the additional demands being placed on quality, OHS, reliability and serviceability of products have forced many welding suppliers to re-engineer fit for purpose products that withstand the harsh conditions of the industry.
Cigweld is a major supplier to the mining industry for the fabrication and repair of major equipment used in the excavation, loading/unloading and transport of Australia’s mineral resources.
Cigweld has been at the forefront of this shift, realising the need to design and introduce dynamic products that satisfy the ever increasing requirements of the sector.
Synergic Pulse Welding Machines
Cigweld’s Professional Synergic Pulse welding power sources are a complete range of digital microprocessor controlled welding units designed to meet the rigorous demands of the mining industry.
Featuring multi-process capabilities (Mig, Stick Tig), twin synergic pulse, VRD (Voltage Reduction Device) and 90 pre-set Synergic Pulse programs, the welding power sources are suitable for a broad range of applications.
Compliance to AS60974.1 and AS1674.2 standards addresses all relevant safety aspects, given the harsh operating nature of many mining related applications.
Engine Driven Welding Machines
The Cigweld welding equipment range also comprises of Engine Driven welding power sources.
Portable Engine Driven welding power sources are widely used within the industry, given that many mining applications involve site work without mains power readily available.
The Cigweld range provides both welding outputs and is also available with auxiliary power for running devices such as hand tools. The range comprises of units from 190A through to 500A based on the specific requirements of the user.