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Innovation and development in welding largely takes place in the equipment range and category. Years of research have enabled high integration with electronics and gradual reduction in the weight of the machines.

Ador Fontech Limited has been pioneer in this sector and has worked across continents to enable transposition of the best technology to the Indian sub continent. This long term expertise has enabled the Company to manufacture its own branded range of welding equipment.


Welding with EWM equipment means state of the art welding technology, best usability and first class results.

EWM power sources offer best technological advantage for all welding processes, providing maximum efficiency, conserving resources and ensuring sustainability. Regardless of the welding process –be it MIG/MAG, Plasma or TIG welding – EWM's range of high-quality, user friendly products leaves nothing to be more desired.


CEA S.p.A. is one of the European leaders, for design and manufacture of professional welding machines resulting in a wide range of Resistance Welding Equipment, Arc Welding and Plasma Cutting Power Sources.

Technological innovation, product reliability and design, excellent welding performances, high quality standards and the importance given to human factor make the products, both unique and superior.


Inverters suitable for MMAW, TIG, MIG, SAW and Plasma cutting are offered in this category. The machines are compact and thrust is to save on the power consumption.


Wide range of transformers, rectifiers and inverters for MMAW, MIG, MAG welding applications are offered in this range. Being robust and user friendly, the equipment range finds strong presence in construction sites, cement, power, refinery, infrastructure, shipping, cross country pipeline applications and other engineering industries.

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