With the advancement in technologies, automobile and engineering sector has seen numerous changes in manufacturing technologies in the last couple of decades. One of the key change is the type and use of welding machines. Welding process, which was earlier a time consuming and manual process, now has been converted to robotic, automated and more advanced precision welding machines. With the upgrade in the technology of welding process, the industry has been benefited immensely in terms of quality, reliability, and productivity. But with the improved technology and it’s associated benefits, these welding machines create power quality issues also.
pManifold, National Support Network (NSN) partner of APQI recently interviewed Mr. Shwetank Jain, Founder – P 2 Power Solutions, an industry expert, to understand his uptake on ‘Welding Machine – Impact on System and Mitigation’. (The views here are personal and not to be associated with any company in any forms.)