Metal Inert Gas – Involves feeding a metal wire connected to an electrode that combines the product together.
MIG welding requires three things; electricity to produce heat, an electrode to fill the joint, and shielding gas to protect the weld from the air. MIG welding is done using a very small electrode that is fed continuously, while the operator controls the amount of weld being produced.
Tungsten Inert Gas – Involves a tungsten electrode that runs a current through the metals that are being joined
This heat fuses the metal in the joint area and produces a molten weld pool. The arc area is shrouded in an inert gas shield to protect the weld pool and the electrode from oxygen contamination.
Our MIG and TIG welding team receive continuous training to maintain their exceptional level of work. While each process has its advantages, our welders maintain a number of skill sets allowing us to easily accommodate a variety of different projects.