Hebei Huachu Stud Welding Co., Ltd is a member of SINOARS company, which is one of the leading international supplier in the field of stud welding. Sincere year 2008, we supply our customers worldwide the following quality products and services with the highest standards:
- Shear Connectors | Shear Studs | Concrete Anchors | Stud Shear Connectors | Headed Welding Studs
- Ceramic Ferrules
- Arc Stud Welding Machine
We have manufacture over 100 sizes high quality shear connectors and drawn arc stud welding machines, they are been used in over 40 countries and regions on thousands of steel concrete constructions and bridges.
In year 2016, combined our past years technology and resource, we invested HuaChu manufacturing base located in Xingtai city, Hebei, China. … …
SHEAR CONNECTOR | SHEAR STUD
Shear connectors also named Shear Studs, Concrete Anchors, or Headed Welding Studs, are typically used in composite steel construction to tie the concrete to steel members and resist shear forces between the concrete slab and steel members.
Ceramic Ferrules are essential part of the standard shear connectors (shear studs) drawn arc stud welding process. The ceramic ferrule is used for one weld only and is removed once the molten metal has solidified.
WHAT IS STUD WELDING?
Stud Welding is versatile, quickly and one step fastening system, it’s a process by which a metal stud is joined to a metal workpiece by heating both parts with an arc of electricity. Compared with other welding and fastening processes, stud welding offers faster assembly with fewer steps.
There are two methods of stud welding: arc stud welding and capacitor discharge stud welding.
Arc stud welding
Arc stud welding is a highly reliable fastening method for a wide variety of applications. The process can quickly weld almost any size or configuration of metal stud to a work piece, with maximum weld penetration and reliability.
Arc stud welding creates strong, one-sided welds on base metals as thing as 1.2 mm (0.048 inch). It produces welds in as little as 0.06 second. The process requires a DC power supply to create the arc; a stud welding gun; weld fasteners; and in some cases, ceramic ferrules.