We offer TIG welding and design of stainless steel drinking water, waste water, boiler lines and biogas pipelines. We have the relevant professional certificates and long-term work experience. We are capable of carrying out large-scale projects and we approach each client individually, taking into account their interests.
In TIG welding, the inert gas is usually pure argon or a mixture of argon with a small amount of nitrogen oxide (AGA MISON). The TIG process can be welded with or without an additive. The additive is usually brought into the area of the arc flame by hand. In the area of the arc flame, the additive melts and a weld is formed. Shielding gas is fed to the arc flame through the gas nozzle, which protects the weld from the harmful effects of the outside air.
The advantage of TIG welding is its suitability for welding a wide range of metals. TIG welding does not produce spatter and can weld quite thin materials. The disadvantage is a relatively slow process and sensitivity to draft (as with MIG-MAG) and unclean surfaces.