TIG welding & MIG / MAG welding


• TIG welding: The letters TIG stand for tungsten inert gas welding and generally belong to the inert gas welding process. In this welding process, an arc burns between a tungsten electrode (non-consumable) and the workpiece. The electrode, the arc and the molten bath are protected from the atmosphere by an inert gas. • MIG / MAG welding: The letters MIG stand for metal inert gas, the letters MAG for metal active gas. This welding process is also part of the group of metal inert gas welding processes. In this welding process, a consumable wire electrode is fed continuously. The arc burns between the supplied wire and the workpiece. Throughout the welding process, the arc and the weld pool are protected by either an active gas (MAG process) or an inert gas (MIG process). This welding process can be used for a variety of materials and is also available for a large number of welding consumables.

Steels and metals - welding and brazing
  • tig welding
  • mig welding
  • MIG / MAG welding

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