DN-100E and DN-10/16/25
are models of portable spot welder
machines. Spot welding is a process in which two metal sheets are joined together by applying pressure and passing an electric current through the metal at the point where the sheets are in contact.
The DN-100E is a type of resistance spot welding machine, which typically uses two copper electrodes to apply pressure and deliver an electric current to the metal sheets. It is a versatile machine that can be used for welding a variety of metal sheets, including steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. The DN-100E is typically used for welding sheet metal thicknesses up to 3mm.
The DN-10/16/25 is also a resistance spot welding machine, but with different sizes of electrode and different welding thickness capacity. It is designed for welding sheet metal thicknesses up to 1mm, 1.6mm, and 2.5mm, respectively. These machines are also designed for welding a variety of metal sheets, including steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
Both the DN-100E and DN-10/16/25 are designed for industrial use and are typically used in the manufacturing of automobiles, appliances, and other metal products. They are known for their high welding speed, efficiency, and precision.
It's worth noting that spot welding is a specialized process that requires proper training and safety precautions. Improper use of spot welding machines can result in serious injury and damage to the equipment. Therefore, it's recommended to follow the instruction manual and local regulations when operating these machines.