Mig welding is popular due to its ease of use and simplicity. The most common use for mig welding gas is to shield the weld from exposure to oxygen and hydrogen in the atmosphere. Exposure to this can cause a bad and inconsistent weld with excessive spatter.
A common gas used for shielding is carbon dioxide as it is low in cost and provides very deep weld penetration. The only downside to CO2 is that it produces more spatter than most other mixed gases.
Here at M&M Gases we can provide all types of MIG welding gases including pure argon and argon/CO2 mix.
Getting a consistent and strong weld is an essential part of every fabrication business. By using our gases all types of metal can be welded using the MIG process. Any advice you may require regarding the use of welding gas, our team would be more than happy to help.
Contact us for more information and for a free quote:
Shropshire & Staffordshire: 01743 449911
Worcestershire: 01905 621488
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