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Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) Welding Process Cemont

TIG Welding

Shielded arc welding

The TIG welding process enables you to obtain a very high quality of welding especially for sectors such as crafts, car repair, plumbing, maintenance, agriculture...

Cemont can provide a range of TIG AC/DC and DC power sources (SMARTY TX 160 Alu, SMARTY Force…). Our TIG torches (WTT2) are equipped common connections and handles for all applications. Finally, for welding mild and structural steels, Cemont can provide non alloyed steel as STEELTIG G2.

Principle of the process

The TIG process uses the heat generated by an electric arc between the metals to be joined and an infusible tungsten-based electrode, located in the welding torch. The arc area is shrouded in an inert or reducing gas shield to protect the weld pool and the tungsten electrode.
The filler metal as a rod is applied manually by the welder into the weld pool.
TIG welding suit specially to sheet materials with thicknesses up to about 8 or 10 mm.

The metal transfer

Saldatura in TIG CEMONT

Manual installation diagram for TIG welding

Schema di una installazione manuale per saldatura TIG CEMONT

To know more about TIG welding

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