Bore Welding is a welding process that reduces the diameter of a bore by adding 3-6mm of metal to the inside of a worn bore which can then be machined back to the correct size with the line boring process. Usually a pre-machining process is carried out, ideally 1-2mm deep to provide a clean metal surface for the welding process. The correct welding procedure should be used for each individual application. One option is to pad weld by hand the area that needs to be repaired. However, using the bore welding machine will result in a much more consistent weld with less chance of slag inclusion and imperfections. We can weld bores from as little as 40mm diameter and out past 500mm diameter.
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