WELDING SERVICES FOR A VARIETY OF NEEDS
Different welding techniques are required for different applications. MIG, TIG, and spot welding all have their uses, but only an experienced welder will know what welding procedure is ideal for your specific situation. Whatever your welding needs are, you can count on Behr Enterprises’ skilled welders to choose the right technique, getting your metal fabrication job done right the first time. Our welding shop can easily accommodate both single-run custom welds and large quantity metal fabrication orders. Trust Behr Enterprises for all of your welding needs, you will be impressed with the quality and fast turnaround of our work.
MIG WELDING: IDEAL FOR LONG WELDS AND SHEET METAL
When you need long pieces of sheet metal welded together, MIG welding is the way to go. MIG (Metal Inert Gas) welding is great for producing long, uninterrupted welds on carbon steel. The MIG welding process can weld sheet metal of almost any thickness in a variety of configurations extremely quickly. A big advantage of MIG welding is the lack of slag and minimal spatter on the finished product. Welders of almost any experience level can use MIG welding techniques, but Behr Enterprises’ welders know there are shortcomings to MIG welding. Stainless steel and aluminum are both very hard to weld using MIG welding. Professional welding shops will choose other welding methods for these metals. The ability to make long welds comes at a cost and precision welds are not recommended for MIG welding. You can count on Behr Enterprises’ welding service to use the right welding method for your welding and fabrication needs.
TIG WELDING FOR STRONG, PRECISE WELDS
Strong, clean, precision welds are the hallmark of TIG welding. The pen-shaped TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding mechanism lets Behr Enterprises’ welders achieve complicated weld patterns easily and without leaving behind ugly marks on the finished product. Slag is almost non-existent and the resulting bond is extremely strong. Aluminum, stainless steel, and non-ferrous metals are all easily welded with TIG welding. Performance this good does have a few drawbacks: learning the TIG welding technique takes a lot of time and practice, the welding process is slow, and TIG welding equipment is very expensive. These factors combined make experienced TIG welders a valuable commodity in most welding shops. The professional welders required to perform TIG welding can be found at Behr Enterprises, ready and waiting to provide the strong, precision welds you need.
SPOT WELDING: FAST BONDS FOR LARGE PRODUCTION RUNS
Large welding and fabrication runs are achieved with spot welding. Hundreds of spot welds can be achieved in a very short amount of time on a variety of metals. Different metals can be spot welded in a variety of thicknesses. Speed comes at the price of strength, though the fast, shallow welds are not particularly strong, limiting the use of spot welding to low-impact applications. Behr Enterprises has spot welding equipment to provide your business with hundreds of welds quickly and easily. No matter what you need welded, trust the welding and fabrication experts at Behr Enterprises to provide the best results by using the right technique.