At Shijiazhuang Everlight Trade Co.,Ltd., we are committed to providing our customers with the best welding equipment available. Whether you are a home hobbyist or a professional in an industrial setting, we have the equipment you need to get the job done.
We offer a range of welding machines, including:
· Stick Welders
· Spot Welders
· Wire Feeders
When selecting a welding machine, it's important to understand the basic welding processes and their uses. Here are four of the most common welding processes:
Gas Shielded Welding
MIG welding, also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), is a process developed in the 1940s that is considered semi-automatic. It requires electricity to create heat, an electrode to fill the joint, and a shielding gas to protect the weld from the air. MIG welding machines use a constant DC current, while the wire and gas are continuously fed through the welding gun and the wire feeder when the trigger is pressed. It's commonly used in high-production manufacturing environments.
Common shielding gases include:
· Carbon Dioxide
· 75/25 Mix
Gas Tungsten Arc Welding
TIG welding, also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), is a manual welding process that requires the welder to use both hands. One hand holds the TIG welding torch that produces the arc, while the other hand adds filler metal to the joint. TIG welding is the most difficult process to learn but is also the most versatile. If done correctly, TIG welding produces the highest quality welds. It's widely used for critical welds, welding metals other than mild steel, and where precise, small welds are required.
Common shielding gases include:
· Ar/He Mixtures
Stick welding, also known as Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), is a manual process that's typically used for outdoor repairs in windy conditions. It uses a power source that's connected to an electrode holder. The current travels through a cable to the electrode. This process doesn't require shielding gas since the electrode is covered in a flux coating that protects the arc during welding.
Flux-Cored Arc Welding
Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW) is similar to MIG welding. The main difference is that the filler metal is hollow and filled with flux, so this process doesn't require shielding gas. FCAW is commonly used for outdoor repairs in windy conditions.
Our welding helmets are available in a range of styles to meet your specific needs. The Side View Welding Helmet provides increased visibility, allowing you to see your work more clearly. The Large View Welding Helmet is also available, providing a wide field of vision and maximum protection.
For those who are looking for an economical option, our Economical Series Welding Helmet provides reliable protection at an affordable price point. If you're looking for the latest in welding helmet technology, our Digital Welding Helmet features advanced features like automatic darkening and adjustable sensitivity.
When it comes to welding machines, we offer a wide range of options to suit any job. Our MZE-3 Automatic Tandem AC/DC Submerged Arc Welding machine is perfect for larger industrial projects, while our Inverter Automatic Submerged Arc welding machine provides greater flexibility and precision.
We also offer a range of welding accessories, including welding holders, tungsten grinders, and plasma cutting torches. If you need to do TIG welding, we have you covered with our high-quality TIG equipment.
To keep your electrodes in optimal condition, we offer portable electrode ovens and Euro Type Portable Welding Rod Dryers. Our AF SERIES Flux Ovens and Bench Type Electrode Drying Oven are also available to keep your materials dry and free of impurities.
For cutting and welding applications, our 990 British Type Cutting & Welding Torch and Brazil Type Hand Welding & Cutting Torch are versatile and reliable options. And for more specialized applications, our CG1-2 H-Beam Cutter and Automatic Pipe Gas Cutter provide the precision and control you need to get the job done right.