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Silverwater Welding Supplies!

Silverwater Welding Supplies Pty Ltd is a distributor for all major manufacturers of welding equipment sold in Australia We are able to supply all your welding needs Whether you require new or used welding equipment, consumables or other supplies

Small Beginnings

Phil and Ted Davis started the business over 50 years ago by repairing engines from mobile welders for the Lincoln Electric Co., and progressed into the sales and hire of welding equipment. The hire business was started with just one engine drive machine, and with a lot of hard work and enthusiasm continued to purchase more equipment, catering for all of the welding requirements in the steel fabrication, manufacturing and construction industry.

Modern Technologies, Revised Methods

We keep our electrical technicians updated on all the latest technology by sending them to workshops put on by the major manufacturers from time to time.

Quality Range

We keep a wide range of safety products, as well as the following welding equipment brands.

FOR ALL YOUR WELDING NEEDS

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