For TIG welding, we use non-melting tungsten electrodes that do not wear out. The process takes place in a protective gas atmosphere such as the inert gas argon (Ar). TIG welding offers better control of the weld than other processes, especially with thinner materials, and is also stronger and of better quality. TIG welding is also a little more demanding than other processes because it is slower and takes more time to master completely.
In our offer you will find two different versions of the TIG welding machines:
– DC TIG welders – welding using a tungsten electrode with constant welding current (DC) in a protective gas atmosphere.
The welding process is mainly used for welding thin stainless steel, copper and magnesium alloys.
– AC / DC TIG welders – welding using a tungsten electrode with alternating welding current or direct current (you can switch between AC / DC) in a protective gas atmosphere.
The welding process is mainly used for welding stainless steel, copper, aluminum, aluminum alloys and titanium.
In addition to the welding materials, the TIG welders also differ in the digital control panel, on which there are various welding parameters for even more detailed settings in order to achieve the best possible results.