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TIG WELDING

At Advanced Welding Supplies, we are your go-to source for high-quality TIG welding products. Our TIG welders are engineered for precision and efficiency, with advanced features that make them easy to use and maintain. We also offer a wide variety of TIG welding accessories, including TIG torches, tungsten electrodes, and filler rods, to help you achieve perfect welds every time.

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We are dedicated to providing exceptional customer service and technical support, so you can feel confident in your welding skills and the products you purchase from us. We have everything you need to take your welding to the next level. So why wait? Browse our store and discover the best TIG welding products on the market, all backed by our unbeatable commitment to quality and customer satisfaction.

SCRATCH START TIG WELDING

Scratch start TIG welding is a type of TIG welding where the electrode is manually touched to the workpiece to start the arc. In this process, the tungsten electrode is held in a torch and manually brought into contact with the workpiece. The electrode is then lifted slightly to create an arc, and the weld pool is formed. This method is simple and does not require any special equipment, making it popular for hobbyists and small-scale projects. 


LIFT ARC TIG WELDING

Lift arc TIG welding, also known as lift start TIG welding, is a type of TIG welding that uses a non-contact method to start the arc. In this process, the tungsten electrode is held in a torch and brought into close proximity with the workpiece. When the electrode is lifted slightly, an arc is created, and the weld pool is formed. This method is preferred for delicate work or when working with thin materials, as it reduces the risk of tungsten contamination and eliminates the need for high-frequency start equipment. 

HIGH FREQUENCY TIG WELDING

High frequency TIG welding is a type of TIG welding that uses a high-frequency electrical signal to ionize the air between the tungsten electrode and the workpiece. This ionization creates a path for the arc to start, eliminating the need for physical contact between the electrode and the workpiece. High frequency TIG welding is preferred for thicker materials or when welding in tight spaces, as it allows for precise control of the arc and reduces the risk of tungsten contamination. Additionally, high frequency TIG welding can create a cleaner weld with less discoloration or distortion.

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