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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.

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.

TIG Welders: Articles

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...

What You Need to Know About Weld Anatomy and Joint Geometry

Are you wasting lots of time and money on welds that are larger than they need to be, particularly on thicker materials? Or dealing with inconsistent quality or increased crack sensitivity due to welds with improper dimensions? There are many different ways to design welds that strike the best balance between weld quality and productivity.

Are you wasting lots of time and money on welds that are...

Switching Polarity in Welding Applications

When competing for time-critical jobs, saving even a few minutes with each changeover can make a significant difference and reduce operator exposure to trip and fall hazards. Investing in technology that allows welders to easily change processes with the push of a button at the weld joint can save substantial time, increase weld quality and improve operator safety.

When competing for time-critical jobs, saving even a few minutes with each...

Manufacturing vs. Fabrication: How to Make the Distinction

Is your operation highly repeatable or do you require more equipment and personnel flexibility for a wider range of work? Knowing the difference is important in selecting the right equipment and process optimization needed to maximize productivity, save time and money.

Is your operation highly repeatable or do you require more equipment and...
TIG Welders: Products

ESAB Introduces Lightweight EM 210 and EMP 210 Welders

Welding, MIG welder, welder, TIG welder, stick welder, flux cored welder

ESAB Welding and Cutting Products (Annapolis Junction, MD) has introduced its EM 210 MIG/flux cored welder and EMP 210 MIG/stick/TIG welder. ESAB said these inverter-based power sources can be used for most auto/truck repair and restoration, light fabrication and construction, and HVAC work.

ESAB Welding and Cutting Products (Annapolis Junction, MD) has introduced its EM...

Compact Cladding Cell Accommodates Diameters Up To 3.25 Feet

With Video
Fronius Compact Cladding Cell

Fronius has taken a simple, compact solution for cladding applications on smaller parts and developed it for larger tasks. The all-in-one cell’s controls support two processes: TIG hot wire and a two-wire SpeedClad Twin process that’s three times faster.

Fronius has taken a simple, compact solution for cladding applications on smaller...
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