Manual TIG Welding

Axenics’ experienced staff of certified welders specialize in Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding, also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW). Our welding technicians have more than 30 years of experience in the TIG welding field, joining both ferrous and non-ferrous materials. Our TIG welding services can be used for a variety of industrial applications.

TIG Welding Applications

TIG welding is often used when there is a need for high quality, precision welding services, as it allows for accurate and refined welding. TIG welding is ideal for fillet-welded joints such as tee, lap and corner joints, in addition to butt welded joints that are too large for the orbital welder. TIG welding is also the best way to perform extremely small welds, such as for welding components for the aerospace industry. To avoid oxidation or “sugaring,” Axenics flows ultra-high-purity argon inside the tube and through the torch, which prevents splattering. All of our completed welds are then leak tested to ensure optimal integrity.

Axenics TIG Welding Process

Axenics has the ability to perform TIG welding for projects requiring 300-series stainless steel, aluminum, Inconel and titanium. Our expert welders are ASME and Nadcap certified to perform TIG welding with or without filler metal (autogenous welding), depending on the size of the weld.

Experts in TIG Welding

Axenics excels at welding root passes and very small welds, and our technicians are capable of TIG welding down to .020 autogenous welds, which is equivalent to the thickness of approximately three pieces of paper or strands of human hair.

Benefits of TIG Welding

Because the tig welding process is very clean, and is ideal for the initial joining of two components, known as root passes, which are the most critical part of a weld. If there’s a flaw in the root pass, it can propagate throughout the weld.

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