Speed up your welding processes with the Polyarc® toploader
Nexans to present its newly developed toploader for TIG welding at the wire trade fair in Düsseldorf, which will take place from 12-16 April, 2010. You can find us at stand B42 in hall 09
Hanover, April 12, 2010 – The Nexans Production Lines and Technology Division presents a new unit for TIG welding with the Polyarc® toploader. In comparison with previous machines, it offers greater output so that you can either process thicker material at the same speed or increase the feed speed. The user benefits from a higher throughput and quick amortisation. In addition, the innovative welding torch design ensures for an interruption-free, neat seam. The electrodes can be easily replaced at the top of the welding torch head so that downtimes can be reduced to a minimum.
The equipment of the Polyarc toploader includes the welding torch unit with three combined welding torches, an adjustable holder for each electrode and a common control system for all three welding torches. A common inert gas supply (instead of three lines) is also possible. The rectifier, water and gas supply can all be connected in a quick and uncomplicated manner.
Three welding torches, one unit: The three welding torches share the one control system and have a common inert gas supply. The process is, for all intents and purposes, controlled from the one source, something which allows neat and interruption-free seams.
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Nexans Germany is one of the leading cable manufacturers in Europe. The company is offering an extensive range of high performance cables, systems, and components for the telecommunications and energy sectors, rounded off by superconducting materials and components, Cryoflex transfer systems and special machinery for the cable industry. Producing at manufacturing plants with 6.240 employees in Germany and abroad, the sales in 2008 amounts to approx. 936 Mio Euro. The full integration into the Nexans Group Nexans Germany also benefits from excellent opportunities to use the available synergies in all corporate fields, which not only applies to worldwide projects but also to research and development, the exchange of know how, and to other areas. More information on