In these recent years, the development of markets triggered by the technology push and innovation, together with know-how and significant investments made by ORIC Group, allowed to remarkably develop our filling and welding activity.
The flexibility, professionalism and constant updating of the staff that allow solving the toughest problems, are the essential elements of our production activity.




OFW (Oxyfuel Gas Welding)

Oxyfuel Gas Welding (OFW) is a welding process in which the energy is supplied by the combustion of acetylene. Filling material is almost always required, usually in form of bars that can be fused with flame.



SMAW (Shielded Metal Arc Welding)

Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), meaning arc welding with protected metal, is the most diffused welding process worldwide, thanks to the limited costs and versatility of use.



GTAW (Gas Tungsten Arc Welding)

TIG welding is an arc welding process with tungsten infusible electrode, protected by inert gas. It is one of the most diffused methods; it offers high quality but requires highly specialized operators.



GMAW (Gas Metal Arc Welding)

MIG arc welding with metal protected by gas, is a welding process in constant growth. One of the main reasons that allowed this development consists in the reduction of costs and possibility to implement electronics.



SAW (Submerged Arc Welding)

Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) is an arc welding process with continuous filament, protected by slag. This type of welding allows operating at high speeds and deposit capacities, and it is a process that can be fully automated.



PTA (Plasma Transfer Arc)

PTA welding is a process that uses the plasma generated by an electric arm like carrier gas. The transferred arc also fuses the basic material on which the fused powder is deposited. It is a process of high performances and mass productions.



SF (Spray Fuse)

SF welding is project consisting of two phases:
in the first phase, the powder is sprayed on the part's surface with a flame pistol and in the second phase, it is fused with an oxyacetylene torch.



PW (Powder Weld)

PW welding is a process similar to oxyacetylene deposit, but with the use of powder contained in a small hopper located on the torch. Smooth and uniform deposits are obtained, which require minor mechanical works.



HVOF (High Velocity Oxygen Fuel)

HVOF welding is an advanced process for powder deposits. Thanks to the high speed of the gas (>2000m/s) and powder (>1000m/s), excellent anchoring performances are obtained, as well as reduction of porosity and superior quality, without prejudicing the characteristics of the basic metal.




LASER welding is a welding technique used to join or fill metal parts with the use of laser. The laser beam provides a concentrated heat source, that allows obtaining a thin and deep welding.


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