Quality & competence:
Cylinders and charges (Gas)
On our website you will find a wide selection of cylinders and charges to cover all your needs.
Equipment and spare parts for different types of welding
We have a wide selection of welding equipment, accessories and consumables for welding.

 We supply units for welding, cutting, machining of ferrous and non-ferrous (NF) metals, as well as spare parts and accessories. Each piece of equipment has an official guarantee and quality certificate.
Electric welding and gas-plasma equipment
Welding units are indispensable in construction, in large factories, plants and enterprises, as well as on ships and offshore installations.

 Modern electric welding machines work well with various metals in the most harsh conditions - both on-shore and under water.

Gas-plasma equipment efficiently cuts through rough, painted, and rusty surfaces, producing minimal slag.
Electrodes and welding wire
Electrodes and welding wire are indispensable for electric arc welding and are often used in repair and construction works. The electrode acts as a conductor through which the contact with the ionic conductor occurs and an electric current flow passes through it. Electrodes are usually metallic or non-metallic rods made of conductive materials. Most of the electrodes today are consumable electrodes for manual arc welding.

Welding wire is used in automatic or semi-automatic welding in a wide variety of industries.
Welding accessories
Any welding equipment needs a sufficient number of spare parts and additional accessories. On our website, you will always find a wide selection of accessories and components for welding machines.

Order, buy at a nice price, call or write - our managers will always advise and help you with your choice!
Welding hoses
Welding pressure-suction hoses can be of the following classes, depending on the purpose:
  • Acetylene supply hose;
  • Oxygen supply hose;
  • Twin welding hose.

Welding hoses are manufactured according to strict requirements and standards.

Welding equipment

Welding equipment is essential for joining metals and is used in a variety of industries, including the maritime industry. There are several types of welding equipment, each with its own specific use cases and advantages.

On our website you can purchase various equipment for different types of welding:
  • Cylinders;
  • Equipment and spare parts for different types of welding;
  • Electric welding and gas-plasma equipment;
  • Electrodes and welding wire;
  • Welding accessories;
  • Welding hoses;
In the maritime industry, welding equipment is used extensively in the construction and repair of ships and offshore structures. Welding is used to join metal plates, repair damaged structures, caused by corrosion, collision, or wear and tear.. The use of welding equipment is critical to the safety and integrity of ships and offshore structures, and it is essential that welding is carried out to the highest standards.

Types of welding

Stick Welding

Also known as Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), Stick welding is a traditional welding method that uses a consumable electrode to produce an electric arc that melts the metal. This method is commonly used in the construction of ships and offshore structures because it can produce high-quality welds on thick materials.

MIG Welding

Also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), MIG welding uses a wire electrode that is fed through a welding gun and melted to join the metal. This method is ideal for welding thin materials, and its versatility makes it a popular choice in the maritime industry.

TIG Welding

Also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), TIG welding uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to create an electric arc that melts the metal. This method is known for producing high-quality welds and is commonly used for welding aluminum and stainless steel.

Flux-Cored Welding

Similar to MIG welding, Flux-cored welding uses a wire electrode, but the wire is filled with a flux material that protects the weld from contaminants. This method is ideal for outdoor welding and is commonly used in the construction of ships and offshore structures.