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|TIG welding|

In order to manufacture welding of particular metals as stainless steel, Baruzzi Saldature performs TIG welding, which keeps away the air from the electrode and from the end of the welding stick, preventing them from a contamination, protecting the welding cord during its production and its cooling from oxidation events and granting high quality of the welded joint.

TIG welding (Tungsten Inert Gas) is a non-consumable tungsten electrode arc welding with inert gas protection, where the heat is generated by the arc which lights between an electrode. The electrode is in tungsten, which has an extremely high melting temperature and has good thermodynamics properties.

Electrode, weld area, arc, stick of filler materials and the contiguous areas of the work-piece are protected from the atmospheric contamination from a shielding gas flux which comes out the welding torch which brings the electrode. The electric cable, the adduction shielding gas pipe and the cooling water of the edge of work-piece exposed to the heating irradiation of the arc reach the torch.

TIG welding can be performed manually or automatically and the process can be carried out in any work position. TIG welding has many applications, because it allows to weld most kinds of metals and performs the welding of stainless steel in an inert atmosphere; it has several strength points.

In TIG welding arc control is very simple and this increases the regularity of the deposit, condition which determines an excellent quality of the welded joints manufactured with this method.

The filler metal can be transferred in the weld area without relevant losses of its forming elements.
The electric values are widely adjustable and the heating source is very powerful and concentrated.

The gas that have the duty to protect the welding area from the atmosphere can be high temperature inert gas (helium or argon) because they don't react with any element in the plasma of the electric arc, but can also be protective gas like nitrogen or reductive gas like hydrogen.

We have five TIG welding workspaces:



Photos on the right side from the top:

TIG welding on a stainless steel ball.
TIG welding on stainless steel pipes.
TIG welding on stainless steel housedold articles.
TIG welding on a stainless steel coffee maker.
TIG welding on stainless steel items.

TIG welding on a stainless steel ball TIG welding on stainless steel pipes TIG welding on stainless steel housedold articles TIG welding on a stainless steel coffee maker TIG welding on stainless steel items