Spot & Stud Welders

Spot & Stud Welders

Spot welding is a type of electric resistance welding used to weld various sheet metal products, through a process in which contacting metal surface points are joined by the heat obtained from resistance to electric current.

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  1. Sealey Spot Welder with Timer

    Sealey Spot Welder with Timer

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  2. Sealey Spot Welder with Digital Timer

    Sealey Spot Welder with Digital Timer

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  3. Sealey Stud Welder with Slide Hammer

    Sealey Stud Welder with Slide Hammer

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  4. Sealey Electrode Straight 100mm

    Sealey Electrode Straight 100mm

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  5. Sealey Electrode Straight 130mm

    Sealey Electrode Straight 130mm

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  6. Sealey Electrode Straight 195mm

    Sealey Electrode Straight 195mm

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  7. Sealey Electrode Angled 70 x 100mm

    Sealey Electrode Angled 70 x 100mm

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  8. Sealey Flat Spot Weld Splitting Tool

    Sealey Flat Spot Weld Splitting Tool

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  9. Sealey Spot Weld Cutter Ø10mm

    Sealey Spot Weld Cutter Ø10mm

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  10. Sealey Solid Carbide Spot Weld Drill Bit Ø8 x 44mm

    Sealey Solid Carbide Spot Weld Drill Bit Ø8 x 44mm

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  11. Sealey HSS Cobalt Spot Weld Drill Bits

    Sealey HSS Cobalt Spot Weld Drill Bits

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Spot & Stud Welders

Spot welding involves three stages; the first of which involves the electrodes being brought to the surface of the metal and applying a slight amount of pressure. The current from the electrodes is then applied briefly after which the current is removed but the electrodes remain in place for the material to cool.

Stud welding is a technique similar to flash welding where a fastener or specially formed nut is welded onto another metal part, typically a base metal or substrate. The fastener can take different forms, but typically fall under threaded, unthreaded, or tapped. The bolts may be automatically fed into the stud welder.