MAX Cool welding process improves control in welding applications, where excessive temperatures negatively impact weld pool stability and increase joint distortion. It lowers heat input by up to 32% compared to the traditional pulse or short arc process.
MAX Cool is ideal for several applications, including thin sheet fabrication, root welding, gap bridging, and joining thin extruded sections in solid Fe, Ss, CuAl8, and CuSi3 filler materials. MAX Cool welding process tolerates bigger air gaps. In addition, there is no need for backing in butt joints. The welding process provides excellent weld pool control with a thin sheet and root pass welding.
MAX Cool operates in a short arc area, providing accurate current control during a short circuit. After a short circuit, the forming pulse produces appropriate heat to the weld pool.