Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Services (GTAW)
We embrace the latest technology to provide Nadcap and ISO-accredited gas tungsten arc welding services (GTAW) to our clients. This type of welding requires skill and experience – aspects that are reflected in our specific welder accreditation(s). We have the necessary approvals to handle aluminum, titanium, nickel, alloy steel, and stainless steel, among other materials, across a variety of industries.
What Are Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Services?
Gas tungsten arc welding is a type of modern welding that uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode and a separate filler metal. The predominantly manual process utilizes an inert gas to shield the filler material from atmospheric contamination to produce a perfect joint. The process requires professionalism and experience to pull it off successfully.
GTAW Quality Management System and Approvals
Common Applications of Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
Traditional, more-straightforward welding produces slag, or chips of metal that may flake off, creating an inferior finish. GTAW is much cleaner, and perfect when clients require a more attractive appearance.
Common applications of gas tungsten arc welding services include:
- Thin-walled, exotic alloys
- Deep-ribbed or grooved alloys
- Micro-Tig welding for small parts
- Tool, die, and mold repair
Best Gas Tungsten Arc Welding Services/Tig Welding
- Stainless Steel
- Inconel (Nickel Alloys)
- Alloy Steels
Fusing It All Together
Our expertise in creating consistent precision GTAW welds in only half of the story. That’s because every welder in our company is an avowed perfectionist of their craft. Aside from the art of welding, our team maintains and partners with accredited labs to gain welding certifications and approvals for each and every welding artist that touches a part.
Furthering our expertise in GTAW itself, is the application of the process on several exotic alloys including stainless steel, titanium, nickel-based alloys, and more. Unique to precision welding services, we boast a number of capabilities to design, manufacture, and inspect weld tooling on-site including CAD, CNC Machining, Fabrication, and full CMM or Romer Inspection.
Why Choose Lafarge & Egge?
Quality and precision are at the core of our service. Our welders have accreditation, experience and training, and have perfected the intricate art of gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW).
If you’re looking for an expert for your gas tungsten arc welding services, Lafarge & Egge won’t disappoint. If you need more information or wish to make an appointment, please contact us.