Dengensha America recently introduced its new Flexwave Resistance Welder and corresponding flexible waveform technology, which combines the capabilities of a Capacitive Discharge Welder (CDW) and a 15000 Hz Bipolar Medium Frequency Converter (MFC). Better quality parts, optimum weld nugget quality, weld parameters that are easier to set, and energy savings are just a few of the many benefits.
Flexwave Welders and technology combine the capabilities and benefits of a Capacitive Discharge Welder (CDW) and a 15000 Hz Bipolar Medium Frequency Converter (MFC). Better quality parts are provided because less thermal distortion and larger currents in shorter weld times are combined with the stability of a medium frequency converter. Better management of current flow provides optimum weld quality and weld nugget quality, while also generating energy savings as a welcome by-product.
Flexwave technology provides direct current configuration of weld current values which makes it easier to set parameters. Flexwave technology also maximizes waveform flexibility, which allows necessary parameter settings such as tempering, demagnetization, upslope, etc. Flexwave waveform flexiblity also provides users of single-phase AC welders the option of replacing their existing controller unit with a Flexwave Welder controller, which enables customer to use it as a Flexwave welder as well.
The new Flexwave Welder Series includes the NICP-050, the NICP-100, and the NICP-150, with maximum weld currents of 50,000, 100,000, and150,000 amps respectively.
For more information about new Flexwave Welder technology and the new Flexwave Welder at Dengensha America, contact Bob Donovan (email@example.com; (440)439-8217 x25) at Dengensha America.