Weldments are the most commonly used cladding materials. They are made of different types of steel, aluminum, cooper and stainless steel. They are manufactured by welding or using special processes like plasma arc or induction hardening.
Weldments allow for easier installation and reduce construction time. They also improve the aesthetics of buildings by giving them a unified design with few joints and seams. Weldments can be applied to almost any shape of building, whether it is a home or an office building.
Weldment fabrication is more expensive than other cladding types but it has the ability to reduce construction time by up to 30%.