A Closer Look at MIG Welders

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As we noted in our previous blog, MIG welding is also referred to as “Gas Metal Arc Welding” (GMAW). So what are the advantages of choosing this type of welding machine?

MIG is a versatile method that can provide you with many benefits. The technique is easy to use and there is no need for slag-cleaning. A MIG welding machine can be used to weld thin gauge sheet metal as well as heavy steel pipe. Professionals can make smooth, deep welds with a MIG welder, but even an inexperienced user can get an adequate weld out of a MIG welding machine.

Highly flexible and adaptive, MIG welding is used when you wish to obtain high productivity and high-quality results. This process is often used for manual welding or automated/robotized installations on low-alloy carbon steels, high-alloy stainless steels or nonferrous alloys such as aluminum or copper. For an auto body repair shop or a novice welder, MIG welding is a practical process.

Are you interested in MIG welders for sale? Contact us, call us or visit our showroom to learn more about getting the best MIG welders from Hocon Industrial Gas.

Hocon Industrial Gas sells and services a variety of quality welding equipment for all welding processes from leading manufacturers like Lincoln Electric and ESAB.

Our welding machines can be supplied as complete systems, including a welding power source and weld monitor/controller.

Our trained experts are available to help you decide which welding machine best meets your needs, and we will provide you with all the information and support you require to succeed with your business operation.

Additionally, you can choose welding safety gearplasma cutters and a wide array of other welding supplies to ensure safety and performance.

Contact Hocon Industrial Gas, call us or visit our showrooms for more information about our inventory of welding machines and related products.