- Longitudinal wires pass through collets mounted on a horizontal beam. All the bottom electrodes are connected to transformers through bus bars. Spring loaded top electrode assemblies are mounted on a vertically moving horizontal beam. Indexing of longitudinal wires and vertical movement of welding heads is synchronized and controlled through cranking mechanism.
- Cross wires, straightened and cut to required length, are stacked in a hopper and drop one after another on the longitudinal wires over the bottom electrode assembly automatically through an actuator.
Once the cycle starts, every time the longitudinal wires index by one preset pitch, one cross wire is dropped at the welding joint while upper electrode assembly descends and completes the weld.
This cycle continues automatically.
- We manufacture wire mesh welding machines in 1500 mm (5’), 1800 mm (6’) and 2400 mm (8’) width for wire diameters 2.5 to 5.6 mm and mesh aperture (19 mm x 19 mm) to (200 mm x 250 mm). Maximum welding speed is 70 strokes per min for 2.5 mm wire dia.
- Welding transformer are provided with thyristor control for step less adjustment of welding current