Welding is the process of joining elements by fusing their edges. In most methods of welding, there is also a process of melting a filler metal, also called “additional material”, used to fill the gap between the elements to be joined. The molten material cools to form a weld which is a part of the joint.
We use the TIG and MIG/MAG methods for welding.
The TIG method allows us to weld even very thin sheet metals (from 0.5 mm) in all possible positions during welding process. We use a non-consumable electrode which melts metals. This results in a weld pool and then, after it is stable, a clean, aesthetically pleasing filler. Therefore the liquid metal does not splash. This is a popular method of welding pipes and sheet metal used in stainless steel and high-alloy steel processing.
The MIG/MAG method uses a fusing electrode. The molten material is joined with the welded sheet metal, forming a weld pool. This technique is high-performance and economical. Thanks to it, the resulting welds are of good quality. This method allows you to weld various materials in all positions. It is used for connecting structural steel components, in the welding industry and heavy industry.