Tarter’s Fusion Weld Process creates a nearly invisible weld by merging steel joints together with powerful electric currents, forming strong, durable bonds.
A closer look shows you how an electrical current fuses the top and bottom of the filler bar to the rail, while the sides are pushed in slightly. This creates an extremely strong joint with no sharp edges.
A: The welds are created with our Fusion Weld Process creating a nearly invisible weld seam. Proper usage testing has shown that the strength of the weld exceeds the material that its welded to, meeting our quality standards.
A: The welds are done with our Fusion Weld Process. An electrical current fuses the top and bottom of the filler bar to the rail, while applying pressure to help fuse the two components together. This creates an extremely strong joint with no sharp edges, ensuring animal safety. During testing, the Fusion Weld Process held up to our quality standards.
A: All Tarter American Gates and Corral Panels are made with a small weep hole on the bottom of each filler bar. This ensures that water doesn’t collect inside of the tube, which is a common failure point for most gates.
A: Tarter’s Fusion Weld Process merges steel together by flowing an electrical current through the material and applying pressure to fuse the components together. This creates a nearly invisible weld seam and a strong bond.
A: Investing in automation is another step in Tarter’s evolution. Using the Fusion Weld Process in our American Gates and Corral Panels allows valuable employees to increase production in other areas.
A: You can purchase the Fusion Welded American Gates and Corral Panels where Tarter products are sold, subject to availability by the retailer.
A: Using this automation supplements our current workforce. It is not replacing welding jobs. Those valuable employees will now be building other quality Tarter products.
A: Automation is a very large investment. These are our highest volume products; using automation to produce them with consistency and speed, while maintaining quality standards allows us to expand production in some of our other product lines.