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Tig Welders For Sale
Looking for a Tig Welder? See our range of Inverter Tig Welders for Sale. Our entire range of Tig Welders use new inverter technology and also have a dual function of TIG & Arc welding. Our Tig Welders range from 160amp to 200amp AC DC High Frequency welders that will weld aluminium, we here at Jebbtools have all our Tig Welders in stock and available for Next Day Delivery throughout Ireland. All our inverter welders have a 2 Year Warranty!
What is Tig Welding?
Tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding is the process of blending together reactive metals, such as magnesium and aluminum. During the welding process, an arc is formed between a pointed tungsten electrode and the area to be welded. A shielding gas is used to help create a clean weld, as it prevents oxidization from occurring. The welding method became popular and useful in the early 1940s and, as a result, has greatly propelled the use of aluminum for welding and structural processes. It is commonly used for both high quality and manual welding.
The type of gas shielding typically used for TIG welding is argon, helium, or a combination of both. When combined, these two gases can ensure a higher welding speed and welding penetration. Argon is usually preferred by most welders simply because it is heavier than air and provides better coverage when welding.
Using the TIG welding process, a person can perform a variety of weld types on a number of different metals, although steel and aluminum are the most widely used. A filler rod, usually made from the same material as the base metal, is used for reinforcing joints and welding heavy metals.
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If you have any question about our range of Tig Welders or any products on our website please do not hesitate to call us on: 022 40656
Remember we offer Next Day Delivery to 32 counties of Ireland.