TIG welding customer process

TIG Welding

High qualified welding

PROCESS DESCRIPTION

TIG welding is suitable for all metallic materials. With TIG welding the arc burns between the component and a non-melting tungsten electrode. The filler metal is added separately, either manually or mechanically. The shielding gas has the task of protecting the electrode and melt pool from negative influences from the atmosphere. Oxygen, especially, leads to destruction of the electrode.  The process can be run using either direct or alternating current. Direct current with negatively poled electrodes is usually used for welding of steels, copper, nickel alloys, titanium and zirconium. Alternating current is used for aluminium.

 

 

TIG welding customer process

TIG Welding

High qualified welding

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Dr. Bernd
Hildebrandt
Senior manager cutting & Welding applications
Dr. Dirk
Kampffmeyer
Manager cutting & Welding applications
Mario
Rockser
Senior Specialist cutting & Welding applications
Achim
Wankum
Senior Specialist cutting & Welding applications
MIchael
Wolters
Manager cutting & Welding applications

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