TIG welding – argon-arc welding

TIG welding

TIG – manual welding with permanent tungsten electrodes in an atmosphere of shielding gas (argon). The direct current TIG method (TIG-DC) is used for steels, the alternate current TIG method (TIG-AC) – for aluminium alloys.

Pros and cons of the TIG method

+ Neat welds
+ No spatter
+ Can be used for welding thinner items
+ Better control of arc parameters
Stricter requirements towards the operator's experience
Low productivity
The need for a gas cylinder


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