Finland-based global welding automation leader Pemamek introduces its latest PEMA robotic welding technology in booth N2445 at FABTECH 2020, held at Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada, November 18-20, 2020.
Pemamek’s advanced robotic welding solutions are based on easy-to-use programming software and control system making them a perfect fit for dynamic one-off production, such as heavy industries, shipbuilding, and offshore industries. The core philosophy of PEMA robotic welding automation is user-friendliness, complete solution, and above all, flexibility.
“Thanks to the advanced PEMA WeldControl offline programming, one of the greatest values we give our customers is flexible production. By investing in PEMA Robotic welding station, the customer not only invests in manufacturing one type of product but numerous others, too. I like to tell our customers that ‘we don’t sell mattresses, but a good night’s sleep,’” commented Teemu Rusi, Robotics Manager, Pemamek.
One of Pemamek’s latest R&D breakthroughs is the complete robotic welding solution for pressure vessel nozzles. The revolutionary solution automates the nozzle welding process. Traditionally the demanding process is welded by hand due to the multi-pass nature of the weld including many starts, stops, and frequent positioning. The automation reduces defect rates while saving manual welding hours significantly.
“This nozzle welding solution can shave hours off of the amount of time it would typically take to perform multi-pass welding operations in thick-walled workpieces with irregular grooves. We are very excited to bring this to the American markets,” said Michael Bell, Sales Director, North America, Pemamek.
In this year’s FABTECH, Pemamek will also celebrate its 50th anniversary. Founded in early 1970 in Finland, Pemamek has been successfully operating in the industry for half a century. In the spring of 2021, Pemamek will publish a book of its 50-year-long growth story in Finnish and English.
“This anniversary is a significant milestone for Pemamek. In the future, the company will continue investing in global growth and international network, including the United States,” summarizes Jaakko Heikonen, Vice Chairman of the Board and Owner, Pemamek.