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welding of steel

Manual TIG welding / Tungsten (wolfram); Inert (neutral); Gas (gas) or WIG (Wolfram Inert Gas) – is one of several welding methods. The welding process consists of forming permanent connections formed via electric arc between an electrode and welded material. The welding process uses a shield of inert gases, also utilized in welding carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum. Welding is carried out using a non-consumable tungsten electrode or alloy. Welding is possible with or without the addition of binders. If executed correctly, the resulting connection is characterized by very good strength and hygiene.

  • 1. stainless steel welding,

    Pros:

    - this method provides the best quality connections of all other methods of welding,
    - possibility of welding elements made from different materials, such as carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum,
    - possibility of welding materials with a very wide range of thickness,
    ability to weld in any position,
    - possibility of robotization – automatic welding (e.g., orbital welding of pipes)

  • 2. manual welding,

    Cons:

    - lower efficiency,
    - need for replacement and sharpening electrodes,
    - necessity of using guards against sudden movements of air (drafts, outside work),
    - high cost of equipment.

  • 3. TIG welding,
  • 4. installation welding,
  • 5. valve terminal welding,
  • 6. stainless steel construction welding,
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