TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) Welding is extremely precise and produces a high quality stainless steel and aluminum welding due to its clean process. The TIG process begins when an arc is formed by using a non-consumable tungsten electrode near the metal being welded. By shielding the tungsten electrodes with a gas supplied through the TIG torch, our technicians are able to control the weld area and produce very precise welds.
With the reliability and extreme precision of TIG Welding, we offer a multitude of services while using its technology.
MIG Welding is the process where a wire is continuously passed through a welding gun, which acts as an electrode, joining two pieces of metal while being connected to a direct current. MIG welding can be an automatic or semi-automatic process that is best for filling large areas prior to TIG welding.
With the reliability and much higher deposition rates of MIG Welding, we offer a multitude of services while using its technology.