Here at Arc Welding Services Ltd, we’ve got a great range of welding equipment available for hire. In our latest blog post, we’re taking a closer look at some of that equipment, with a view to explaining what it does and why it’s so useful in the world of arc welding.
Gas metal arc welding (more commonly referred to as MIG) are perfect for anyone prioritising the aesthetics of their work. The reduced spatter levels generated by this machine make it that bit easier to keep things tidy. MIG welding also allows you to weld a greater number of different materials, including much thinner pieces of metal.
Industrial MIG Welding
Industrial MIG welding is, well, MIG welding on a larger scale. This type of weld is able to incorporate machinery into the process, freeing up a great many opportunities to develop pieces on a larger scale.
For example, industrial MIG welding is often used by the military, energy companies, and in the world of avionics.
Tungsten Insert Gas Welding (otherwise known as TIG) was developed as a solution to the need to weld magnesium. Metals are fused by way of an electrical arc weld, and the process is a flexible one. It allows any welding position to be used, and can be conducted in manual, semi-automatic, and automatic modes.
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If any of the equipment outlined in this blog post sounds like it may be useful to you, please do not hesitate to get in touch. The best way of contacting us is to call us on 0121 327 2249, but you can also leave us a message via our online contact form and we’ll get back to you.