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The use of the MIG / MAG process is very frequent because of its high productivity and ease of automation. With the MIG / MAG process it is possible to weld low alloy steels, stainless steels and aluminum, with thickness from 0.5mm in different welding positions.
This type of welding is designed to weld carbon steel, stainless steel and low alloyed steel as it uses an electric arc to produce coalescence between a continuous tubular metal filler electrode and the base material, which can be done with or without the use of A protective gas. With special voltage-sensitive feeders, high quality FCAW welding can be carried out with a DC power supply.
The acronym TIG indicates a weld with inert gas and tungsten electrode. TIG welding can be used in joints requiring high quality weldments in the welding of metals highly sensitive to oxidation, such as titanium and aluminum, often in heat resistant steels, stainless steels. The TIG process allows for stability and arc design, that is, it can be used in all welding positions and joint types, good weld bead appearance with a smooth and smooth finish, no splashing and slag and application in thicknesses From 0.3mm.
The process uses a restricted arc that is squeezed through a copper nozzle to create a longer, thinner, and more concentrated arc than the arc obtained in the GTAW process. The constriction process significantly increases the arc voltage and the amount of ionization that occurs. A higher temperature is obtained by increasing the efficiency of heat transfer.
Automated process that uses the heat of a concentrated ray of coherent light to join two materials. This process is used to weld all metals available on the market.
This type of welding produces heat through an electric arc that is maintained between the tip of a fluxed electrode and the surface of the base metal. It is used for the union of most metals and alloys.
The welding can only be carried out in a flat or horizontal position due to the use of granular flow and the melt bath fluidity. This technique is quite versatile, since very thick materials can be welded as well as fine with this process.