Silver Engineering Works has decades of experience offering expert tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding to a variety of industries, from oil & gas to refineries to chemical plants. Our gases are safer and more cost-effective than other air-purifying options as they can be applied at a much lower rate for large or remote areas.
Regardless of the scope of our customers’ welding needs, we have the skills necessary to provide them with top-quality services. We’re an industrial and commercial contractor who uses multiple types of welding including Aluminum, MIG, and Stainless Steel.
AWS Standards for TIG Welding
Silver Engineering Works maintains industry certifications standards set by the American Welding Society including:
- AWS D1.1 Structural Steel
- AWS D1.2 Aluminum
- AWS D1.6 Stainless Steel
Tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding is a popular process for joining metals and is beneficial for its:
- Strong Joints – One of the benefits of this type of welding is that it can produce very strong joints with good strength to weight ratios.
- Coated Wires – coated wires are used in TIG welding because they provide better control than uncoated wires.
- Reliable – A wire feed mechanism provides highly reliable wire feeding capability, which makes the process more efficient.
- Reduce Heat Input – Air-cooled torches are often used with TIG welding because they reduce heat input and make it possible to weld without getting too hot.
- Economical – Another advantage of these torches is that they are more economical than water-cooled torches.
The technique of TIG welding is typically used in aerospace, nuclear plants, medical equipment, space exploration, and the oil industry because it’s reliable and relatively inexpensive.
We have in-house experts and staff that will work closely with you on every aspect of the process, including pre-planing. For those unfamiliar with this process, TIG welding can take a lot of time and effort to learn how to do.
In order to run our business efficiently, we took the time to train our team on how to work with this difficult process so that they may complete their duties on time. We enjoy working with the TIG Welding Process because it’s not like any other type of weld out there–it’s beautiful yet precise workmanship at its finest!