Welding Helper

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TIG welding is a process of arc welding, which uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to produce the weld. It is generally used to weld thin sections of stainless steel and metals such as copper, aluminum and magnesium alloys, but it can be used to weld many other metals except zinc and lead. TIG welding provides stronger and high quality welds. Its benefits include low distortion and spatter free welding.

MIG welding is a process of automatic or semi-automatic arc welding, in which a consumable wire electrode and shielding gas are fed through a welding gun. IMIG welding has high disposition rates, compared to other welding processes.

Stick welding is a process of manual arc welding, which uses a consumable electrode coated with flux for welding. This process primarily welds steel and iron, but it is also used to weld aluminum, nickel and copper alloys

Plasma cutting can cut any kind of tough and heavy metal effortlessly within a very short period of time. Plasma cutters with inverter technology are lightweight and are portable.

An engine-driven welder ensures durability and optimum performance. Its low speed and compactness makes it perfect for professional welders. The engine is easy to start and provides good fuel economy.

As always, Everlast encourages you to wear proper safety equipment, including helmets and gloves, when operating these materials.

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