In the range of our company’s services you will also find:
1) MIG / MAG welding – welding with an electric arc produced between a consumable electrode and a welded material. The melted wire is a continuous wire. The arc and the liquid metal pool are protected by a shield gas flow.
a) MIG – (Metal Inert Gas) – welding process, when shielding gas is used, chemically inert gas, eg argon, helium.
b) MAG – (Metal Active Gas) – welding process, when shielding gas is used, chemically active gas, eg CO2.
2) TIG welding (Tungsten Inert Gas) – involves the production of an electric arc. It is produced by a non-oxidous tungsten electrode in the inert gas shield. With this method, you can combine materials by melting them together or by manually adding additional material to the weld pool.
The TIG method enables obtaining a high quality and clean weld. The joint has no inclusions and does not require cleaning after the process has been completed. For this reason, TIG welding is ideal for joining stainless steel and other metals requiring a neutral protective gas (aluminum, copper, titanium).