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seam welding

Sheet Metal Kent Welding MIG TIG Arc

Sheet Metal Kent Welding MIG TIG Arc

Sheet Metal Kent Welding MIG TIG Arc

high quality mig welding, tig welding and arc welding

TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) seam welding, also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding, can weld stainless steel, aluminium and mild steel, using filler rods to weld small joints and corners to give the finest finish. In TIG Welding, the weld is produced via a tungsten electrode.


MIG (Metal Inert Gas) seam welding, also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding, is used for a high standard structurally solid finish. Jobs can then be cleaned and polished before powder coated, if required, to give a fine finish. In MIG Welding, the weld is produced via melting the two surfaces from an electric arc.


Arc seam welding offers a portable welding solution for more difficult or awkward jobs.


Spot welding machines for welding flat surfaces together without the need for seam welding. Spot welding is ideal for connecting together different and separate components of your job quickly, efficiently and with good quality.

Whatever the design of your sheet metal product, we have a range of welding techniques to ensure a high quality finish.

Choose Allbart for your seam welding

  • Over 45 years experience in Sheet Metal Subcontract Manufacture.

  • Our loyal and repeat customer base is testament to the excellent level of quality and service that we have offered for decades.

  • Allbart has a vastly experienced and capable team to manufacture your parts from start to finish. We have an extremely low staff turnover with more than two thirds of our staff having been in the company for over 10 years. Testament to a family owned and run company.

  • ISO 9001:2015 accreditation ensures excellent quality inspection and rigorous systems in place from start to finish to ensure we maintain our high quality standards.

  • We offer the full array of services. Unlike a lot of sheet metal subcontractors, we offer a one-stop service where we operate all services in house from the design and technical aspects, to cutting, forming, finishing and even delivery. This enables us to better control quality and give our customers a better price.

  • A growing company re-investing in the latest state of the art sheet metal fabrication technology. In recent years we have extended our premise to a 25,000 square feet facility and invested heavily in new machinery such as Fibre Laser Machines and Press Brakes.

  • We have room for further capacity - so we would love to hear from you today and talk you through how we can help. Get in touch to speak to one of the team

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