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In TIG welding, the arc is struck between the workpiece and the non-consumable electrode like thoriated tungsten for welding of ferrous materials and zirconated tungsten for aluminum. The consumable wire is melted in the arc atmosphere and the inert gases like argon or helium or their mixture are used as shielding gases. TIG is extremely suitable for joining thin sheets and tubes, and for making root pass welding in pipes, since the heat input in this process is minimal. TIG welds do not cause any undercuts or excessive penetration and give smooth welds. TIG welds provide superior quality weld metal, but the productivity is low.
Gas-Metal-Arc welding is generally called MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding, int this process, the consumabloe travels through a nozzle and a top before it strikes an arc with the workpiece. The arc atmosphere is shielded by gases like:
- 100% Arg0n
- 99% Argon with 1% Oxygen
- 97% Argon with 3% Carbon Dioxide
MIG welding is a high-productivity process. MIG welding doesnt need expensive machinery and the welding machines are easily transportable, making this process very popular on construction sites. In MIG welding shielding gas, welding parameters, and the consumable assume an important role. Shielding gases are chosen taking quality, cost and operatibility into consideration.
|Description||Packing||Length (mm)||Size (mm)||Weight|
|TIG Rods||Corrogated Box||1000||4.0, 3.15, 2.5, 2.0, 1.6||5 Kgs|
|MIG Wire||Plastic Spools||–||1.6, 1.2, 0.8||12.5 Kgs.|
|SAW Wire||Metal||–||4.0, 3.15, 2.5||25Kgs|
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