MIG MAG welding is a process that Sumiparts SAS offers to create parts and products for the industrial, automotive and construction lines. It is a procedure carried out by qualified welders, to obtain the results tailored to the client's needs.
In the case of MIG / MAG welding, a continuous wire-shaped electrode is used to create the electric arc with the part to be welded and generate the appropriate heat, which in turn is consumed when making filling. The particularity of the procedure lies in the type of gas, since if it is active we are dealing with a MAG welding, otherwise it would be MIG.
It is generally used to work with small thicknesses of aluminum or steel alloys, although it is also valid for non-ferrous materials.
Typical applications of MIG/MAG Welding
- The field of application of MIG / MAG welding is really wide, in fact it is the one used in most of the industry.
- Welding of vehicle or mechanic repair shops. Welding required in the production of pipelines.
- Naval industry, automotive industry and sheet metal processing industry.
Differences between MIG / MAG welding and TIG welding
The main difference between MIG / MAG welding and TIG welding is that, in the first, the electrode acts as a filler for welding and is consumed in the process, while in the second, it does not change.
In addition, TIG is generally considered more difficult to do than the other two as a result of tolerances between the electrode, workpiece, and filler rod. Its uses and applications, as already mentioned before, are quite different, being the MIG and MAG types the most used in the industry in general.
If you want to know more about the MIG/MAG Welding, at SUMIPARTS we are willing to collaborate with you. We want to provide you with the best services at your reach. Get in touch with us by calling Pbx: +57 748 22 13 Cel: 313 699 13 56 or by sending an email to email@example.com. Our technical team will be ready to assist you.