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TIG Welders

TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding or gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) uses a constant current (CC) welding power supply to generate an electric arc between a non-consumable tungsten electrode and the workpiece, creating heat that is applied to produce a weld. The weld area is typically protected from atmospheric contamination by use of an inert shielding or cover gas of argon or helium.

TIG Welders: Articles

Welding Systems Ready for Every Challenge

ABICOR BINZEL USA, FreedomDrive, ABIMIG, Abicor Binzel

The next generation of welders, guns and torches are prepared to handle your job shop’s application challenges. The latest innovations and advances in MIG/TIG welders, guns and torches link fabricators to a wide range of products to successfully overcome hitches in the fabrication process.

The next generation of welders, guns and torches are prepared to handle...

Tackle Different Challenges on the Jobsite With a Welder/Generator

Wasted time and lost productivity are enemies in any welding operation, especially in harsh conditions, on large jobsites or in applications where it’s difficult for operators to get to where the work must be done. The right welder/generator system, equipped with advanced technologies, can help complete work faster while also improving quality and safety.

Wasted time and lost productivity are enemies in any welding operation, especially...

Welding New Nickel Alloy

Inconel 740H and other new superalloys provide major improvements in mechanical properties and corrosion resistance at elevated temperatures, but they still need careful purging during welding in order to preserve these characteristics.

Inconel 740H and other new superalloys provide major improvements in mechanical properties...
TIG Welders: Products

Ready for a TIG Welding Upgrade?

Esab, stick welding, TIG welding

Step up to one welder with features such as high frequency arc starts, a pulsed TIG welding output and full weld sequence controls. Professional-grade welders now include pulsed TIG functions that cost about $2,000.

Step up to one welder with features such as high frequency arc...
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