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Metal inert gas welding (GMAW), also referred to as MIG welding, is a popular choice for many welding applications because it is versatile, efficient, and produces high-quality welds. The MIG welding process uses a continuous wire electrode or filler wire to join two pieces of metal together through electricity. A crucial element of this welding method is the use of shielding gas (MIG welding gas), which is used to protect the weld area from weakening through contamination and oxidation.

Shop a broad range of MIG welding machines here at Express Weldcare Services, where you will find top of the range welding brands including: ESAB, Migatronic, Bohler, Parweld and Jasic.

What can you use an MIG welder for?

MIG welding is commonly used in industries such as automotive, aerospace and construction. One of the key reasons for its popularity is that this welding method allows you to weld a variety of metals, including steel, stainless steel and aluminium, with a range of thicknesses. Additionally, MIG welding is also easier to learn compared to other welding methods, which makes it a popular choice for beginner welders doing hobby jobs as well as professional welders doing industrial jobs.

What equipment is required for MIG welding?

MIG welder, welding gun, electrode wire, shielding gas, regulators, consumables (contact tips, nozzles and liners), safety gear (gloves, helmet, flame resistant clothing).

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