One Source Solutions in Metal Fatigue and Welding Defects Repairs, Epoxy Resin Service, Corrosion Protection using Rust Converter to keep the element Corrosion Free

JW Portable Welding & Repairs accommodates our own welding equipment, techniques, welding consumables such as welding rods, wires and abrasives, and more than 24 epoxy resin compounds in order to provide you with the

  1. highest quality service
  2. best quality weld suitable for your project that match your budget
  3. permanent epoxy resin seal of oil, gasoline or water using epoxy resin for metals
  4. rust removal and corrosion protection with second generation rust converter technology to keep the element corrosion free in industrial and commercial settings

The progress of welding technologies can be slightly overwhelming even for professional and certified welder with automated, semi-automated, and manual welding making shocking improvements on annual bases. The consumables, whether rods, wires or abrasives continue to lead the way of welding technology improvements. After visiting the welding show, the analysis of new products can take months. In many cases professional welder becomes surprised that what has been impossible to do only 3 years ago, it is possible now.


Metal Fatigue Repairs

The metal fatigue so often observed in heavy equipment repairs, warehousing industry on conveyors, steel ramps, structures of trailers causes metal cracks, splits and abrasion forces cause excessive material thinning. Most welders still use 7018 welding rods to fix metal fatigue’s symptoms such as metal cracks, and they perform this service for the same machines year after year costing owners quite a bit of money. Whereas the high tensile, high impact and surfacing rods and wires improve the metal fatigues much more effectively and efficiently. The combinations of mentioned above welding rods and wires, properly layered high tensile, high impact and surfacing rods, provide a much better protection in metal fatigue areas.


Welding Defects Repairs

The welding defects repairs unless referred to missing welds or unsuitable joint preparation should also be fixed with more advanced welding rods and wires. In situations when the welder faces cracked welds, the grinding off the crack and performing the weld with 7018 welding rod assumes the fact that the previous welder who did the original weld that has cracked was not competent in his welding technique. JW Portable Welding always fixed cracked welds with high tensile rods to provide a longer lasting repairs to our clients. The labour cost of a certified welder justifies the use of more advance welding consumables.


Considerations of Welding Technique in Mobile Welding Services.

  1.  What metal are we welding? Are we welding steel, aluminum, stainless or bronze? What is the purpose of this element?What kind of steel is it?
    1. What kind of aluminum is it?
    2. What kind of stainless is it?
    3.  What color of bronze do we have to match to?
    4. How complex this alloy is? Can we match the proper rod or wire to this alloy?
  2. Where are we welding? Are we welding in the shop or outside?
    1. Do we have the access to this work-piece? How big access do we need?
    2. What lengths of welding cables do we need?
    3. Are we welding on heights and the welding machine has to be lifted by crane? How much space is on top?
    4. Do we have to pre – heat and to what temperature?
    5. How we mitigate fire hazard?
    6. How are we going to protect the public from welding hazards?
  3. Is it structural or casted material? How thick it is?
    1.  Are we concerned with warpage?
    2.  Are we concerned with heat accumulation?
    3. Are we welding machined surfaces? Will they be machined once again?
  4. What is the desired weld strength and size? What type of weld is it? Are we changing the weld type?
    1. Are we fixing welding defects? Why do we have these defects? Is the weld exposed to bending, sharing force or vibration?
    2. Are we changing joint assembly? Are we changing weld assembly?
    3.  Are we repairing material fatigue? Are we repairing deep cracks?
    4. How are we checking that we have done a good job?
    5. How do we treat the welded element after our welding?
  5. What kind of welding technique are we going to employ?
    1. What kind of welding machine are we going to use? Will it be mobile?
    2. Will it be portable since we can connect to the client’s energy source? What type of electrical plug do we need?
    3. Will the desired welding technique provide sufficient efficiency for client’s budget?
  6. What kind of welding rod or wire are we going to use? What kind of abrasives are we going to use?
    1. What kind of welding procedures are required for this welding rod?
    2. Will this rod or wire exceed desired weld’s expectation?
    3. Will the desired welding consumables fit the client’s budget?

Epoxy resin service in Metal Fatigue and Welding Defects repairs

The epoxy resin types and additives change and improve the characteristics of the mass prior and after the solidification. The epoxy resin compounds improvement is surprising and the physical parameters of solidified epoxy is just unbelievable. Many professionals in mechanical maintenance, facilities maintenance, and production think of epoxy resin as a product that changes perspective, how we build machines and other product, how we repair them, and how we preserve components of machines and other products.
JW Portable Welding & Repairs uses variety of custom made by us epoxy resins to mitigate metal fatigues and welding defects in situations when welding is impossible, too costly or will not bring the satisfying effects. In such situations we can provide solutions to your problems even if the elements require vertical or overhead applications of epoxy resins. We can also enhance the abrasion and the impact resistance of variety of elements that are going through a material stress fatigue.
On the other hand if you are faced with conveyors damaging your products and you would like to use a more softer product than HDPE or Teflon, please let us know since we can apply compounds of polyurethane that are much softer than rubber.


Considerations of epoxy resin technology for mechanical technician, maintenance manager, facility maintenance, building maintenance, maintenance technician

  1. What is the goal for the epoxy application?
    1.  Is it sealing of water leak or oil leak?
    2. Is it corrosion protection?
    3. Is it pump efficiency improvement?
    4. Is it an impact improvement?
    5. Is it a friction resistance improvement?
    6. Is it an abrasion resistance?
    7. Are we repairing thread?
    8. Is any casting involved?
  2. Are we working in shop or outside?
    1. With what temperatures are we dealing with? Is it a Canadian winter or is it a Canadian summer?
    2. Is the work piece exposed to windy conditions?
  3. With what kind of material are we dealing with?
    1. Is it steel, stainless steel, plastic, aluminum?
    2. Is it structural or is it casted?
  4. What is the application position?
    1. Is it flat?
    2. Is it vertical?
    3. Is it overhead?
    4. What is the viscosity and density of the mixture?
    5. Can we improve viscosity and/or density by using additives?
  5. How much time do we have after mixing before it solidifies?
    1. Is it 2 minutes? Do we have to mix it right close to the working piece?
    2. Is it 50 minutes? Do we have comfortable time to apply the resin on the working piece?
    3. What is the mixture’s exothermal solidification temperature? Will we get severe burns if we will be holding the epoxy resin during the solidification process?
  6. What is the desired thickness of epoxy resin or epoxy putty for the desired strength?
    1. Can we apply the desired epoxy resin thickness and the epoxy will not ignite during solidification?
    2. What is the compressive, tensile, and flexural strengths from the epoxy?
    3. Do we have enough space to apply this layer of epoxy?
  7. What is the temperature resistance of the epoxy layer after solidification?
    1. Can we improve the temperature resistance by using additives?
  8. Are we dealing with a surface that must be prepared? Mechanically? Chemically?
    1. Can we improve the surface for better results?
    2. Can we eliminate moisture prior application?
    3. Can we eliminate oil prior application?
    4. Can we temporary eliminate water leak prior epoxy solidification? Are we going to use a different epoxy to do it? How these two epoxies will stay together?
  9. What is the temperature and chemical resistance of this type of epoxy?
    1. Will the layer of applied epoxy sustain occasional 10% temperature increase over the limit?
    2. What chemicals the solidified epoxy resists?

Corrosion Protection: Rust Converter and Epoxy Resin to keep the element Corrosion Free for years.

The on-site and in place corrosion protection using second generation rust converter and custom-made epoxy resin always happen in situation when the management discovers corrosion on critical elements within their responsibility. When the element can not be moved to the proper shop for a corrosion treatment that could include metal spray then the corrosion protection service offered by JW Portable Welding & Repairs offers solution to the corrosion problem.
The second generation of our rust converter dis-activates rust and then the suitable layer or multiple layers of epoxy resin rebuilds the element and keeps the element corrosion free for years to come even if the element is steel in contact with the corrosive environment. We also effectively neutralize chemical corrosion and then effectively protect the element from the extreme corrosive chemical environment.


Main Mobile Unit
  •  The main unit is equipped with Lincoln Self – propelled diesel welding machine that can be operated closer to your employees due to its quiet operation. We enclose this welding machine into our small trailer.
  •  Exhaust system on the Lincoln diesel machine can be directed using our exhaust attachments, away from entrances to your facilities or confined space entrances.
  •  The Lincoln diesel welding machine can be operated in safe distances from your fuel tanks.
  •  The trailer is equipped with an argon tank making TIG welding always available in traditional construction set-ups. This also works when there are long distances between the machine and the welded joint.
  •  The Lincoln diesel welding machine is equipped with 600 ft of cables.
  •  The unit has a torch set with a 400ft hose and a variety of tools.
Portable self – Propelled Gasoline Welding Machine
  • For welding above our reach on floor levels, we utilize our portable self-propelled gasoline welding machine. This machine can be hooked up to the crane and hoisted onto the appropriate floor level. This portable machine is much smaller than the popular rented units and is modified to follow the welder wherever he goes (between the scaffolds). It can be carried by two workers to lower levels of the apartment building and still provide enough power to weld heavy plates.
Portable MIG Welding Machine (Powerful and Portable)
  •  For welding medium heavy mild steel.
  •  For aluminum welding up to ½ inch thick elements with push-pull gun (12ft) or a spool gun (50ft reach).
  •  The machine can be safely lifted by two workers.
Portable, water cooled, TIG welder (220 V) with long leads and amperage control on the gun
  •  For “In-Place” precise aluminum and stainless steel welding.
  •  The water tank and argon tank can be placed at a significant distance from the machine.
  •  When STICK welding, the machine generates enough amperage to weld the heavy plate.
  •  This welding machine is light enough to be handled by one person.
Portable, very light, air cooled, TIG welder (110V – 220V) with short cables
  •  For “In-Place” small stainless steel TIG welding.
  •  For “In-Place” stainless steel “STICK” welding and mild steel “STICK” welding in areas where 220V is not available.
Portable, light, MIG welder (220V) with Short Leads
  •  For “In-Place” stainless steel MIG welding.
  •  For welding of small gage stainless steel plates.
Portable, light, MIG attachment to Lincoln Mobile Unit
  •  For “In-Place” flux core welding of long beads on thin material where welding stick is not advisable.
  •  Does not require power source since it uses power generated by Lincoln welding machine.
Semi-portable, water cooled, very precise TIG welding machine
  •  For most challenging welds in our shop that include: crack welding, bronze welding, TIG welding with  established penetration, welding dissimilar materials, and very precise welding on thin material.
  •  For welding thick wall aluminum casts.
  •  For welding with established penetration.
Semi-portable, large size MIG welder (220V) with long leads for steel and aluminum welding
  •  For most ordinary fabrication jobs and for mig aluminum welding
  • The long leads of the aluminum spool gun make mig aluminum welding comfortable

For further inquiries or to book services please contact:

Darek, @ (519) 872-2552