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HWK Aurich places trust in EWM. Aurich Chamber of Commerce 2020
The Aurich Chamber of Commerce trains metalworkers, apprentices in metal construction and attendees of retraining courses. Matthias Siefken, head of the welding technology department, aimed to switch the welding machines used in training to one manufacturer. For the HWK, it was important to use this opportunity to invest in state-of-the-art welding solutions.
Together with sales partner Azetylenwerk Ernst Schulz GmbH, the EWM site in Ibbenbüren provided the HWK Aurich with 32 new EWM welding machines and the corresponding welding torches. As well as the Titan XQ 400 AC puls and the compact and decompact Titan XQ puls, apprentices will now get to work with welding machines such as Tetrix, Wega and Pico puls. In addition, all of the welding machines – including the step switch-controlled Wega – were connected to one another using gateways with the welding quality management software, ewm Xnet.
From now on, budding metalworkers, apprentices in metal construction and attendees of retraining courses held by Matthias Siefken will weld exclusively using EWM welding machines. In doing so, they will learn about various welding procedures and how to work with different materials and state-of-the-art welding processes. With ewm Xnet, the used parameters can be recorded and read in real time, allowing welders to identify welding errors easily and clearly. Another plus is that the welding machines already comply with the new Ecodesign Directive that will come into effect in January 2021.