MV International designs and develops several baking ovens, which are used across the welding industry. Our SAW flux baking oven performs a crucial role besides baking the flux; it improves the finish and quality of welding besides removing the moisture content. Our team of experts often resort to SAW (Submerged arc welding), which is a usual welding process across industries that are into the construction of vessels and structural development.
We use different methods that are either semi-automatic or fully automatic for feeding the solid consumable or tubular electrode during the work process. The welding job performed by a SAW flux baking oven takes place underneath a proactive cover that’s delivered by a granular material layer, which assumes shape as you melt or feed the electrode inside the arc.
This fusible material is known as Flux and it comprises of several compounds like that of calcium fluoride, manganese oxide, silica, and lime. A tough layer is formed by heating the flux and turning it molten. The flux gets conductive in its molten state, thus allowing it to provide for a uniform current between the welding action and the electrode. Until the remaining flux gets contaminated, you may recover and reuse it.
The top loading SAW flux baking oven performs a series of functions. The flux covers the molten matter apart from extending a protective shield on the weld. The flux leaves an impact on the welding properties, the shape of the weld bead and the metal. It facilitates weld penetration at a much deeper level by conveying heat throughout the welding area.