Category Archives: Tig Welding
With the technical progression of TIG welding machines a generation of square wave welders was developed. Due to the electronic controls the cross over
When Tig welding in AC (Alternating Current) mode the current supplied by the tig machine operates with either positive or negative elements of half cycles.
The Wilkinson Welding Academy based in Worsley, Salford provide training and qualification for bodyshop personnel in compliance with welding quality standards.
Please see the following shielding gas selection chart to help you determine the correct choice of gas to suit your Mig Welding or Tig welding application.
The TIG SOUND AC-DC 1530/M is a pulsed AC-DC TIG welding power source with inverter technology, featuring HF ignition, as well as a DC MMA welding power source.
The Cebora BI-Welder Tig 2040 DC-HF is a single-phase dual voltage inverter power source for TIG and MMA-SMAW use, excluding AWS6010 cellulosic electrodes, designed for maintenance work and small production batches.
The TIG SOUND DC 2341/T PFC is a single-phase direct and alternating current inverter power source for use in TIG and MMA-SMAW modes (except for cellulosic electrodes). The engineering and manufacturing technology of the machine provides an excellent duty cycle (220A … Continue reading
Direct current welding is when the current flows in one direction only. Compared with AC welding the current once flowing will not go to zero until the welding has ended. In general TIG machines are capable of welding in either … Continue reading
The Tig welding process (Tungsten Inert Gas) consists of an electric arc to provide heat created between a non consumable electrode and the work piece to be welded.