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Stick welding creates an electrical current using a consumable flux-coated electrode that melts and fuses metal with ease. Stick welding is capable of welding various metals, including iron, steel, nickel, and copper alloys. Our welding supply store has large quantities of stick welding equipment to suit your needs.
TIG welding uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to create an electric current capable of melting and fusing metal. A constant-current welding source produces the electrical current, while helium and argon serve as shielding gases. TIG welding is perfect for welding thin sections of steel and allows for superior control over the weld. Our welding supply store offers TIG welding tools from major brands, including:
Resistance welding is a process that uses electric current to join two pieces of metal, typically with heat. The electricity used in resistance welding creates electrical resistance between the two materials, resulting in extreme temperatures that can be used to bond the pieces together. This type of welding uses very little energy and takes less time than traditional methods, making it a popular choice for many industrial applications. Speak to one of our experts for advice on the best set up for your needs.
Sub Arc Welders
Subarc welding uses a combination of arc and wire feed processes to join materials together. This process offers several advantages over traditional arc welding, including higher deposition rates, improved weld quality, and faster completion times. Our welding supply store has everything you need for your Subarc welding processes.
Not all welding jobs take place in a shop or near an adequate power source. When your welding job requires an independent power source, engine-drives can provide any weld through diesel, propane, or gasoline generators.
Most engine-driven welders can be transported on a truck or trailer to the job site and can support most forms of welding methods:
Flux-cored welding machines