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forceArc puls®

The patented* revolution in welding technology

Up to
total cost savings*
by reducing material and energy consumption as well as production times

Up to
less heat input*
resulting in less distortion, less discolouration and less rework

Up to
higher throat thickness*
Symmetric seam formation thanks to deep, concentrated penetration with secure root fusion

* Comparison with pulsed arc


Anwendung forceArc puls

forceArc puls® is a MIG/MAG welding process with a heat-reduced pulse arc.
It is easy to control and suitable for the entire power range for welding unalloyed, low-alloy and high-alloy materials.
It is characterised by excellent gap bridging even in the upper power range and facilitates controlled welding with an air gap of up to 4 mm.

  • Extremely simple handling, even for inexperienced welders- push, drag or neutral position
  • Low heat input, yet deep, concentrated penetration
  • Greatly reduced discolouration, low distortion
  • Reliable root fusion
  • No undercuts, optimum wetting on edges
  • Pleasant, quiet arc
  • Reduction in welding fume emissions
  • Easy to learn and ready for immediate use
  • Perfect for changes in personnel

Excellent weld appearance

Virtually spatter-free

  • Rework minimised
  • Even for plates with scaling or very impure surfaces

Optimum quality

  • Excellent weld appearance
  • Less discolouration
  • Few undercuts, optimum wetting on edges

The reduced noise levels generated by the quiet forceArc puls arc are also very welcome. - Mesa Metall-Stahlbau GmbH

Welding stainless steel


The lower heat input with forceArc puls® results in reduced discolouration and burn marks.

The comparison reveals the following:

forceArc puls® boasts up to 15% lower heat input in the upper power range in comparison to pulse. This results in less discolouration and less distortion in the component.

Less heat input

  • Minimised energy per unit length
  • Reduces distortion, discolouration and stress
  • Less rework (straightening, grinding, cleaning)
  • Less melting loss of alloy elements, producing greater corrosion resistance

Comparison of throat thickness and penetration with forceArc puls®, forceArc® and pulsed arc

  Schliff forceArc puls Schliff forceArc Schliff Impuls
ProcessforceArc puls®forceArc®Pulse
WF in m/min131313
Energy per unit length in kj/mm1,21 (-15%)1,471,44
Vs in m/min0,450,450,45
Throat thickness in mm5,7 (+15%)5,14,8

The comparison reveals the following:

forceArc puls® forms a symmetrical fillet weld. This is the requirement for achieving the maximum throat thickness for a given deposition rate.

How you benefit

Throat thickness up to 20% greater in comparison to pulsed arc.

Looking at things from a different perspective, this means welding speeds up to 20% faster can be achieved compared to a pulsed arc process with an identical throat thickness.

Vs = 45 cm/min, a = 4,8 mm
forceArc puls®
Vs = 60 cm/min, a = 5,1 mm

Besides forceArc puls® offers very deep penetration and thus greater safety during welding.

Welding steel


How you benefit

  • Virtually spatter-free
  • Excellent seam appearance
  • Few undercuts, optimum wetting on edges
  • Insensitive to contaminated and scaled surfaces
  • Symmetric weld seam

We would miss out on a lot of contracts if we weren’t able to weld in the required way. - Mesa Metall-Stahlbau GmbH

Perfect for full penetration

  • Full penetrations on both sides
  • No need for grinding or gouging on the root side
  • With or without air gap
  • T- and butt joints
  • Root passes with backing bar
  • Filler and final passes