Fusion Welding

Fusion welding is a generic term for welding processes that rely upon melting in order to join materials of similar compositions and melting points. Due to the high-temperature phase transitions inherent to these processes, a heat-affected zone is created in the material. Some of the techniques that EB Industries employs, such as electron beam welding or laser beam welding, often minimize this effect by introducing comparatively little heat into the work piece.

EB Industries provides the following fusion welding processes as a service:

The following fusion welding methods are not provided by EB Industries. However we have a network of partners who provide these services that we can refer you to.

  • General arc welding
  • Oxyacetylene welding (OFW)
  • Gas metal arc welding (GMAW), sometimes referred to as metal inert gas (MIG) welding

Our Equipment and Expertise

EB Industries is a unique purveyor of fusion welding services, hermetic sealing services and engineering services. We provide value added services such as leak tests, specialized cleaning jobs and skilled assembly to enhance your safety, your output and your bottom line. We don’t just perform fusion welding in order to deliver expertly welded parts; we also provide engineered solutions for your business.

At EB Industries, we believe the best way to serve our customers is to have an array of welding equipment available to meet the varied requirements of our customers. We also have multiple redundant systems and operators such that our production capability is never compromised. For more information on our equipment, please click here.

Rapid Quotations and Access to Experts

If you would like to learn more or get a quotation please feel free to give us a call at 888-978-7035, or click here to fill out an online quotation request form.

At EB Industries we believe the best solutions come from collaboration with our customers. For this reason we make our engineers available to you as early in the design process as possible.   Give us a call and ask to speak with one of our engineers.