A TIG welder, also known as a Tungsten Inert Gas welder, is a versatile welding machine used for various welding applications. Whether you're a commercial welder looking for top brands and services or seeking specific information about TIG welding, you can explore a wide range of options at Total Tools. Look no further for an amazing range of Tig welding machines available at Total Tools! These TIG welders from Michigan, Cigweld, Unimig, Lincoln, and many others use the latest technology to produce remarkable results.
CIGWELD WeldSkill 180 AC/DC TIG Electric Welder W1008195$1399
MICHIGAN 200A LCD AC/DC TIG Electric Welder ACDC200LCDSpecial Price $999 Was $1299
UNIMIG Viper 180 AC/DC MK II TIG Electric Welder U12001K$1649
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A TIG welder, or Tungsten Inert Gas welder, is a kind of welding device that creates an electric arc using a non-consumable tungsten electrode. An inert gas, such as argon, is utilised to protect the weld from ambient contamination while the arc is employed to heat and melt the metal being welded. TIG welding is frequently used for precision welding of thin parts of non-ferrous metals including aluminium, stainless steel, and others. Additionally, it is employed for crucial metal structural repairs and the joining of incompatible metals.
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These welding machines are simple and practical tools ideal for home, business, and industrial use. Most of this cost-effective welding equipment includes a powerful 200-amp AC/DC motor for all types of welding (aluminium, stainless steel, and carbon steel applications), which provides high output, even heat and consistent touch every time. The 200A/205AC/DC, WeldSkill, MicroARC TIG welders feature precision ARC control for smooth welds with low spatter and eliminating kickback.
What are the key factors to consider before buying a TIG welder?
- Welding process
- Power and duty cycle
- Amperage range
- AC/DC capability
- Pulse function
- High-frequency start or lift start
- Control panel and adjustability
- Foot pedal control
- Portability and size
- Build quality and durability
- Safety features
- Brand reputation and support
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