Laser Welding

Revolutionize Gas Turbine Manufacturing with Laser Welding Excellence!

Laser welding is a precise and efficient technique used in gas turbine manufacturing, specifically for cover plate and metering plate assembling and repair of GT components.

By focusing a high-intensity laser beam on the joint, it creates a localized, controlled heat source, melting the metals to form a strong bond. This method ensures accurate and reliable welds, vital for gas turbine performance and longevity.

What is Laser Welding?

Laser welding is a highly efficient and precise welding technique used in various industries, including gas turbine manufacturing and repair. This process involves the fusion of materials using a focused laser beam. In the context of gas turbine components, such as cover plate and metering plate assembling, laser welding offers numerous advantages.

During the laser welding process, the laser beam provides concentrated heat, melting the edges of the components to be joined. As the material cools, a strong and durable bond is formed, ensuring airtight and leak-proof connections critical for gas turbine performance.

Additionally, the non-contact nature of laser welding minimizes the risk of damage to sensitive parts and allows for automation, leading to increased productivity and consistent, high-quality welds.

Moreover, in gas turbine repair applications, laser welding facilitates precise localized repairs, extending the lifecycle of costly components and reducing downtime. The versatility, accuracy, and reliability of laser welding make it an indispensable tool in the gas turbine industry for cover plate assembling, metering plate assembling, and efficient repairs, ensuring optimal performance and reliability of these critical systems

Laser Welding is used in:

laser welding coating
laser welding for gas turbine

Advantages of Laser Welding

Laser welding offers distinct advantages over TIG welding for gas turbine applications, including cover plate assembling, metering plate assembling, and repair. It provides precise and faster welds with minimal heat input, reducing distortion and preserving material integrity.

Additionally, laser welding ensures better automation capabilities, higher efficiency, and improved overall quality, making it an ideal choice for critical components in gas turbines.


  • Gas Turbine assembly
  • Blades and Vanes repair

Bring us your problems, our experience will provide the answers

We support and advise you in selecting the most suitable technology and materials to meet your specific needs.

Contact us now to have an engineer at your disposal, and together, we’ll find the solution to your biggest problems. We understand urgent, an engineer can be immediately available, call us, email us, and if necessary, you’ll have a proposal within 24 hours.

Success! Your message has been sent to us.
Error! There was an error sending your message.

Laser Welding vs. TIG Welding: Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ):

Laser welding is a high-precision welding process that uses a concentrated laser beam to join metals together. TIG welding, on the other hand, employs a tungsten electrode to create an arc and fuse metals. Laser welding offers faster and more precise welds, making it ideal for intricate applications like gas turbine components.

Laser welding is preferred for gas turbine components due to its exceptional accuracy and minimal heat input. This ensures reduced distortion and precise control over the weld depth, crucial for optimizing turbine efficiency and performance.

Laser welding enables seamless joining of cover plates and metering plates, ensuring airtight and robust assemblies. Its non-contact nature prevents contamination, resulting in cleaner welds for critical turbine parts.

Absolutely! Laser welding is highly effective for repairing gas turbine components. Its fine welding capability allows for intricate repairs, restoring parts to their original specifications and extending their service life.

While laser welding equipment may have higher upfront costs, its efficiency, and ability to reduce post-welding processing, make it cost-effective in the long run for gas turbine applications.

Yes, laser welding involves intense light and heat, necessitating proper eye protection and workspace safety measures.

Yes, laser welding can be easily integrated into automated production lines, increasing productivity and maintaining consistent weld quality.

Laser welding is versatile and compatible with various metals used in gas turbines, including stainless steel, nickel alloys, and titanium.

Laser welding typically produces superior weld quality with minimal defects, as it offers better control over heat input and precise welding parameters compared to TIG welding.

Operators should receive specialized training to operate laser welding equipment safely and to optimize settings for specific gas turbine materials and configurations.