Car body welding

Car body welding

We are engaged in welding of individual elements of the car body using a welding machine. The welding process helps restore damaged car parts, primarily as a result of corrosion, using special welding techniques. Welding is a reliable and durable repair method that allows you to restore a damaged body to a high-quality condition, as well as preserve its appearance and structure.

Features of welding work carried out on the body of the car are taking into account the aesthetic aspect. When welding, not only strength and quality are important, but also appearance. No driver wants rough welding seams to spoil the look of their car, so a refined approach to the job is important.

When should welding work on the car body be done?

A car may need welding work in various situations. Here are some of them:

  1. Corrosion and rust: If the vehicle is used in aggressive weather conditions or in areas with high levels of humidity, the metal parts of the body may corrode and rust. Welding works will help restore the body.
  2. road accident: Damage to the body can occur after accidents, collisions or collisions with obstacles. Welding works will allow to restore damaged areas.
  3. Wear and tear: Metal parts of a car can age over time, lose their strength and become more vulnerable to damage. Welding can restore or strengthen these parts while maintaining safety and functionality.

Welding cars after corrosion

Corrosion welding is an essential procedure for restoring the strength, safety and appearance of a car body after damage caused by corrosion and rust. This process has several steps and requires specialized knowledge and equipment to ensure a quality result. Steps of welding a car after corrosion:

  1. Damage assessment: First of all, the masters conduct a thorough inspection of the car to identify all areas that are damaged by corrosion. This can be visible rust on the surfaces or deeper damage.
  2. Rust removal: Damaged areas are treated to remove rust. This may include stripping the paint, followed by a post-corrosion treatment to provide future corrosion protection.
  3. Preparation of areas for welding: Depending on the degree of damage, it may be necessary to prepare metal areas before welding. This includes cleaning the remaining rust, dirt and paint.
  4. Welding: After preparation, metal parts are welded using appropriate techniques and equipment. The metal can be welded by a method such as electric arc welding.
  5. Processing after welding: After welding, metal parts can be treated to remove residual welding materials, smooth the surface and prepare for painting.
  6. Painting and coating: After welding and finishing, the areas can be subjected to a painting process to restore the appearance and protect against corrosion.
  7. Final control: After the work is completed, a final assessment of the quality of welding and restoration is carried out. It is important to ensure that the metal parts are restored correctly and provide the required strength and safety.

Welding work after an accident

Welding the car body after an accident is a necessary procedure to restore the structural integrity, safety and appearance of the car after the accident. This process involves several stages and requires a high level of expertise and technical equipment. Steps for welding a car body after an accident:

  • Damage assessment: After an accident, it is important to determine the extent and nature of the damage. Masters conduct a detailed inspection of the car, determining which parts of the body need welding.
  • Dismantling: Damaged areas should usually be disassembled prior to welding to ensure access to all areas requiring repair.
  • Correction of deformations: If the body has suffered deformations due to a collision, specialists restore the geometry of the body, correcting areas that have lost their original shape.
  • Welding: After correcting the deformations, the damaged areas are welded. Appropriate techniques and equipment are used to ensure the strength and safety of welds.
  • Post-welding treatment: After welding, post-weld treatment is carried out, including removal of residual material, grinding and surface leveling.
  • Painting and coating: After treating the damaged areas, they can be subjected to a painting process to restore the appearance and protect against corrosion.
  • Final control: After the work is completed, a final inspection is carried out to ensure the quality of the welding work carried out and the restoration of the vehicle to a safe and aesthetic condition.

Our team of professionals has many years of experience in restoring and improving body parts, guaranteeing the reliability, safety and aesthetic appearance of your car.