ESAB offers a complete line of welding and cutting products and solutions. Explore our equipment offering with ease based on product line and industry.
ESAB is a world leader in welding and cutting equipment and consumables. Explore our complete line of welding and cutting products for virtually every application.
ESAB University Courses are incremental, structured learning modules designed to help you take your skills to the next level. New courses are being added regularly, so please check back often. Click the link to see current courses offered.
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ESAB University videos are curated with tips and best practices from top fabricators around the world. Learn new techniques or improve your current skills with ESAB University videos.
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ESAB is a world leader in welding and cutting equipment and consumables. We offer a complete line of fabrication solutions for virtually every application.
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The history of ESAB is the History of Welding. Go here to view an interactive look at ESAB's history in shaping the future of innovation in welding, cutting and fabrication.
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Swedish engineer Oscar Kjellberg develops the worlds first coated welding electrode and founds Elektriska Svetsnings-Aktiebolaget (ESAB).
Victor® brand founder, l. W. Stettner, develops the first piston regulator after losing his eye in a gas equipment accident, setting a new standard for safety.
The stoody brothers create the category of hardfacing welding products in Whittier, CA.
Ray Townsend forms the Townsend Welding Equipment Company (Tweco®), introducing the now-synonymous "redhead" ground clamp as its first product.
The submerged arc welding (SAW) method is invented, providing a versatile means of depositing large amounts of metal quickly, consistently, and safely.
A new process of TIG welding (called Heliarc) is introduced, giving welders greater control over the weld for stronger, higher-quality results.
Myron Stepath invents the CAC-A cutting and gouging process, founding Arcair® and introducing the G-3 cutting and gouging torch.
To this day, the versatility and speed of gas metal arc welding (GMAW) makes it the most commonly used industrial welding process.
The Linde division of Union Carbide invents the plasma arc for cutting metals. Linde later became L-tec, which was eventually acquired by ESAB.
Thermal Dynamics® introduces their pak unit-power supply, Pak 40, the first to combine the cooling system and the console into one unit.
Arcair, an ESAB company, develops and introduces the first underwater cutting and welding torch for the us navy.
The SLICE® torch is introduced, setting a new standard for portable and quick cutting solutions for fire and rescue operations.
Alloy rods, acquired by ESAB, develops a .035" diameter gas-shielded cored wire for use on jobs previously restricted to solid wires or stick electrodes
Thermal Dynamics introduces hafnium inserts, allowing for longer-lasting oxygen and air-cutting solutions.
Victor develops and integrates patented built-in flashback arrestors into their torches for added operator safety.
Thermal Dynamics' dual-mode torch (1Torch) is developed, allowing it to be used on all portable air-cutting systems (contact start or high-voltage start).
Victor introduces the first generation of EDGE regulators, featuring the enhanced safety attributes of slam™ technology and an internal particle trap.
ESAB develops and introduces high-speed submerged arc welding (SAW) with ICE™, allowing for up to 50% higher deposition rates and significant productivity increases.
ESAB develops Rebel, a revolutionary multi-process weld system providing industrial-quality arc performance in a compact design.
Victor releases improved EDGE 2.0 regulators, building on the innovations of the original EDGE 1.0 to become the safest regulators in the world.
ESAB develops the world’s first truly all-process portable welding machine with MIG, flux cored, Stick, DC TIG, and AC TIG capabilities.
ESAB launches its first digital applications designed to leverage data from users, assets and processes to improve business outcomes.
When the world stopped during the COVID-19 pandemic, the industry kept moving forward. ESAB adjusted to the unprecedented times and continued to supply fabricators with innovative solutions while protecting the health and safety of employees.
ESAB made its Netflix debut in the reality competition series “Metal Shop Masters” as the sole provider of welding equipment.
In 2022 the ESAB Corporation opened its new headquarters in North Bethesda, MD, a collaborative environment as innovative and technology-forward as our products and solutions. Our new space includes nods to our global footprint and the different industries ESAB Corporation serves.