Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) Welding

Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) Welding is a technique used for welding surfaces made from tin, pipes Cr-Ni and not metalic materials. Through this technique could be realized the possibility of welding pipes with different wall thickness and positions.

The additional welding material is manully added. Carbon steels, low alloy steels, stainless steels, most aluminum alloys, zinc based copper alloys can be welded using this process. TIG is quite suitable for welding dissimilar materials, but usual cautions of galvanic corrosion still apply.

The TIG process is a slower process compared to the MIG process, but the quality of weld is cosmetically better. There is no weld spatter, and the quality of welds is higher than MIG welding. This welding technique is used for: welding tin constructions, pipes installation, boilers production, different tanks and equipments and vehicles production.

The content of this welding training course is suitable for both beginners and advanced level individuals.



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