WHAT IS TIG WELDING?
TIG welders give you high performance with precision arc control.
Zelda TIG welders for (GTAW) gas tungsten arc welding offer AC and DC TIG welding on aluminum and other metals. Inverters are portable and ideal for critical applications including maintenance, fabrication, motorsports, automotive, piping, and shipbuilding.
TIG welding is used to make precise, critical welds when joining metals such as mild steel, aluminum, or stainless steel. TIG welding is a two handed process (one hand holds the torch while the other feeds filler metal) and commonly involves a foot pedal or fingertip remote to control the arc voltage while welding. Like MIG welding, a shielding gas (typically argon) is required.
Precise ignition and smooth, stable current flow is the baseline for every model in our TIG welding equipment range, allowing welders to concentrate on quality.
The TIG welding process enables you to obtain very high quality welding especially for demanding sectors of application, such as pressure vessels, pipelines, food industry containers and aviation.
TIG welding is a form of arc welding often used on non – ferrous metals and allows for greater control over the weld than other forms of arc welding, which leads to higher quality welds.
TIG welding uses a shielding gas to protect the weld area from defects and embrittlement. This is usually in inert gas.
It’s used for a variety of sometimes vastly different applications, from building space vehicles to bicycles. TIG welds are usually very resistant to corrosion, as well as cracking.
TIG welding is predominantly used for thin and medium material thicknesses and promises maximum quality. For any high quality application, Zelda has the right solution for the perfect weld seam.