There are certain periods in the history of any industry that are better illustrated by iconic products than by mere words and rhetoric. Such products express the spirit of their age and are a source of great pride and satisfaction for the companies behind them. Over the last thirty years, Selco has made welding history through the development of products and solutions that have become veritable landmarks in the sector.
SELCO s.r.l. was set up and began producing arc welding systems. Business expands, with each new product proving a commercial success.
Selco introduces its first INVERTER power source.
Selco introduces the world’s first compact and lightweightPORTABLE RESONANT INVERTER power source.
Selco introduces the GSM series of multifunctional synergic power sources.
Selco introduces its first series of AC/DC TIG power sources based on INVERTER technology.
Selco obtainsISO 9001 Certificationthe same year.
Determined to combine maximum power and maximum savings, Selco introduces the Genesis 200 AC/DC and Genesis TLH series incorporating inverter technology and the highly innovative U.P.F.R. (Unity Power Factor Rectified) input stage (Patent 1307203 and EP1113900). These power sources are able to exploit all the power of a 16A single phase input and deliver a welding current of 200 Amps even from a domestic power supply.
Selco introduces a high-tech but extremely user-friendly power source with a superbly compact and innovative design, combining simplicity and brilliant performance. Selco also improves its inverter technology and develops even smaller and more reliable components, leading to the launch of an extremely compact HF (high frequency) strike power source.
Selco develops its own “Selco CAN BUS” communications protocol. Selco also introduces XP synergic applications for electro-mechanical MIG-MAG power sources. Selco begins manufacturing 100% of its electronic control cards in-house.
Selco develops its new 3-Level technology. The new GENESIS PSR series of power sources for automatic and robotised welding applications is launched. Selco begins developing its European sales network.
Selco develops its Weld@Net system for the remote management and control of multi-power sources installations.
The company receives a new organisation with the creation of the Selco Group.
The new DDWC all-digital control software is launched. The European sales network is completed, with 8 subsidiaries in 8 different countries.