A Small Guide to TIG Welding
Highest quality possible weld with TIG Welders!
To weld the metals, you need welders. The manufacturing industry highly relies on these equipments. Even you can see welders are in home garages and workshops. You need to know that welders are of varied types – TIG, MIG and Stick. Plasma Cutters, Multi Process Units, Water Coolers, Consumables and Accessories are also like welders. In this blog, let us gain some knowledge about TIG Welders.
TIG Welding, stands for Tungsten Inert Gas welding, requires the use of both the hands. As compared to the other welding process, it is more difficult. TIG Welders are available in varied models – Power I TIG 200T, Power TIG 185 Micro, Power TIG 200 DX, Power TIG 200 DX-D, Power TIG 250 EX, Power TIG 315 LX and Power TIG 210 EXT to name a few. The TIG series welders are known for their excellent output rates and great performance. TIG Welding, familiar by the name of Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) finds application for welding stainless steel and non ferrous metals such as magnesium, aluminum and copper alloys. Like the two faces of coin, this welding has also disadvantages. As compared to the other welding, TIG process is slower one.
If you are keen on learning TIG Welding, you can visit some websites. However, like other welding process, TIG Welding also demands persistent practice. We cannot deny the fact these is the hardest welding process to learn. TIG Welding as a career is a good option at the later stage. In initial years, it is little difficult to get jobs in this. However, there is dearth of skilled and experienced TIG Welders in the industry.