Arc welding – arc welding processes are experiencing an upswing as a result of targeted manipulation as in PLASMATRON®. Targeted controls and manipulation of the process, such as during laser processes, are possible.

High processing speed – through the focused arc we achieve an increase in the energy density, which leads to higher speeds and significantly reduces the energy input into the component.

Stainless steel, galvanised sheet metal or aluminiumPLASMATRON® is suitable for the most varied materials. For thin sheets, the optimised plasma process is best suited.

Look – Beautiful and also high-quality results are our targets. That’s why PLASMATRON® is best used for weld seams and brazing seams in the visible area.

Pin welding – instantaneous weld pool and long electrode life are the advantages of this application. Electric motor, electronic components, printed circuit boards are the most popular keywords.

Experimental laboratory – Challenge us with your requirements in our experimental laboratory. The most diverse head and nozzle geometries, and also robots with external axes are available for trials. Analyses and evaluations of grindings can also be carried out.

Contact person: Jürgen Nini, Tel.: +43-7674-62526-30, E-mail:


  • Safety requirements: only eye protection
  • No pilot arc required
  • Plasma in front of the nozzle -> focal spot away from the nozzle
  • Sheet thickness: up to 4 mm
  • High welding speed
  • High cyclic loading resistance
  • Up to 80% efficiency
  • Current up to more than 500 amperes
  • Low heat input
  • Low warping
  • Welding processing is spatter-free
  • Short torch changeover times
  • Instantly available weld pool
  • Good gap bridging
  • Visually neat weld seam surface (can be used on visible seams)
  • Brazing galvanised sheets


    Brazing galvanised sheets

    Focussed arc, high energy density, high gap bridging and good wetting behaviour lead to high speeds (greater than 3 m/min.). Spatter-free, good appearance and optimal grindings make seams, that do not require finishing, possible in the visible area.

  • Welding Stainless Steel


    Welding Stainless Steel

    Due to the low energy input, the micro-structure is changed into a very fine-grained, tough micro-structure with a high cyclic loading resistance. The volume also increases by approx. 5%, which prevents seam collapse without additional material. High arc pressure and energy density lead to great penetration depths and pronounced root runs. In PLASMATRON®, additional material can be used to fill fillet seams and larger gaps can be bridged.



  • Welding Aluminium


    Welding Aluminium

    For PLASMATRON®®-Alternating current welding, nozzles specially developed for this purpose are used in the standard torch to realise the advantages in aluminium. Another in-house development at INOCON is the light metal negative pole welding. Through this system, we have successfully produced very fine weld seams on readily weldable alloys (AlMg3, AlMg4.5Mn).

  • Pin Welding


    Pin Welding

    Precise energy input with instant weld pool allow PLASMATRON® to accomplish these applications best. The electrode and nozzle wear is minimal.

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