The right parts and equipment to keep your butt welder performing like new without the expense of new equipment.
Poorly Altered Equipment Costs You
More Than it Saves
When your equipment gets old, it can be tempting to make repairs or quick fixes to avoid downtime so your line keeps moving. Quick repairs by someone on the floor might save you money now, but at the expense of safety standards, future expensive fixes, and the potential need to replace the entire machine before it’s technically necessary.
You should be able to extend the life of your old butt welders with the right upgrades and training so your employees are safe and your line keeps moving.
What Our Clients Are Saying
Recently, Adam Fore came to the Okonite Orangeburg South Carolina plant to help us PM several welders and to provide a review and critique of our welding practices. Adam is a very competent and knowledgeable welding expert. Adam guided us through the PM process, and we got several welders back in tip-top shape. He was generally pleased with how we were setting up our welders, which was a relief. He also provided some additional very helpful pointers and recommendations, some of which we have implemented and some we are planning to implement. Adam’s visit was well worth the money. We hope Micro Weld is planning to hire and train one or two more competent and professional technicians, trained by Adam, to take the reins when he retires!
Mike St Jean | Process Engineer at The Okonite Company
Improve Precision and Productivity with Butt Welder Upgrades
Upgrade your Micro Weld butt welders with world-class safety & technology. You’ll get the same quality, rugged welders with the safety features you need, creating uniformity with every machine and consistency with every training.
Microweld Internal Technology Upgrades
- New Finger Safe Covers & Components
- Interlock Switch on Rear Access Panel
- Solid-State Heat Control
- 24V Control Circuit
- Electric Foot Pedals
- Fixed Flow Control Devices
- Emergency Stop Button / Main Contractor
- Rotary Switch on Head Guard
Welders You Can Count On
It takes more than buying a butt welder to keep your line moving and your employees safe. At Micro Weld, we’re committed to helping you succeed, providing you with the necessary equipment and resources beyond purchasing your welder.
If you have new welding equipment, upgraded equipment, or expand your welding team, ongoing training keeps your employees safe and your butt welder working. Virtual or in-person, we create a training program that fits your needs and your schedule.
Maintenance & Repair
Repairing equipment yourself can cost you more than you save. In-person or virtually, we can help your team with maintenance and repairs, so your equipment works correctly, extending the life of your machine.
You’ve bought the butt welder. Now what? We can help you customize your equipment settings and provide the upfront training for your team so you can get welding.
Patching equipment with random parts found in your facility can compromise the machine and increase safety concerns. We provide replacement parts for your buttwelder and the support to install it correctly so your equipment is repaired right the first time.
You Deserve The Right Equipment To Keep Your Business Moving
Your business relies on solid welds with reliable equipment so you can keep things moving. To do that, you need more than a butt welder. You need the right team to support your business so you can get the job done.
We understand the importance of having the right butt welding equipment, with the support your employees need, so they are safe, and your line keeps moving. When equipment is outdated, altered to make it work, or you need more equipment to expand, you want to know you’re getting what you need without the headache and hassle of figuring it out on your own.
For nearly 100 years, Micro Weld has worked with manufacturers to ensure they get the right equipment with training and support.
You’re welding equipment can make or break your bottom line. At Micro Weld, we provide the support and equipment you need to get the job done, so you can focus on keeping the line moving.