Advantages of gas tungsten arc welding (gtaw), Mechanical Engineering

ADVANTAGES OF GAS TUNGSTEN ARC WELDING (GTAW)

  • Produces high quality, low distortion welds
  • Free from spatter
  • The process can be used with or without filler wire
  • This Can be used with a range of power supplies
  • Welds almost all metals
  • Gives precise control of welding heat
  • The process Allows excellent control of root pass weld penetration.

 


The TIG process is applicable when the highest weld quality is essential. This can be used to weld atmost all types of metals. The operator has good control of heat input and vision is not limited by fumes or smoke from the process.

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