TIG/WIG welding

The MIG/MAG welding

The TIG welding procedure is differentiated by high quality and a beautiful visual aspect of the welding seams. Despite this, the procedure is delicately implemented because it requires welders with very good skills and also a wide range of knowledge regarding the procedure itself, the variables that influence it, the right choice of welding equipment and their accessories, but also the correct choice and setting of the working parameters.
The MIG/MAG welding procedure is a relatively simple one and the result will be a smooth and resistant welding seam and the welding speed is higher compared to the other welding procedures. By MIG/MAG welding one may weld metal materials with a thickness of over 0.4mm and there is no maximum limit.

Advantages of the TIG/WIG welding procedure:

  • It welds almost any metal or alloy, obtaining seams with a high degree of purity.
  • The welding arc and bath are visible and the welder can control the process.
  • No metal spraying and splashes are produced.
  • There are no hards, so there is no possibility of introducing non-metal inserts in the seams.

Advantages of the MIG/MAG welding procedure:

  • A resistant welding, even in case of thin materials.
  • The high welding speed and a very good aspect of the welding seam. Easy handling and the possibility of welding in any position at a higher speed.
  • The procedure combined between fusible electrode (in our case the rolled wire) and gas, may help perform a clean, smooth and fine weld.
  • It gives you the possibility to monitor the welding bath permanently because there are no hards.