H Beam Welding Lines


The H Beam welding lines are purpose-built machines designed for continuous production of welded I and T Beams, whether they are parallel or tapered. These welding lines are specifically designed to have the web plate positioned vertically. The process eliminates the need for tack welding, except for a small weld at the leading edge once the web plate is aligned with the center line of the flange. The H Beam welding process starts by feeding the web plate and the first flange into the welding machine. Simultaneous welding takes place from both sides of the web plate, covering the entire length of the beam. After the completion of the first flange welding, the section undergoes a 180° rotation, enabling the alignment and welding process to be repeated for the second flange. These beams are commonly used in construction, infrastructure projects, and various other applications requiring structural support.