The metal fabricators at Behr Enterprises have an immense knowledge of welding processes, including gas metal arc welding (GMAW), gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), spot welding, and more.
MIG WELDING VS TIG WELDING
GMAW is also known as metal inert gas (MIG) welding, a commonly used process to weld aluminum, steel, and other non-ferrous materials. Though MIG welding is not a complex process, it requires experience to prevent quality problems like dross and porosity. If these issues are not controlled throughout the process, you risk having weaker welds. GTAW is more commonly known as tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. This welding process is much more complex than MIG welding, but Behr Enterprise’s welders are well versed in all welding techniques, giving them the expertise to flawlessly execute TIG welding.
TIG welding is used on similar metals as MIG welding, non-ferrous metals including aluminum, magnesium, and copper alloys, as well as stainless steel. While these are both arc welding processes, there are significant distinctions which are taken into account when choosing the welding process best suited for your needs. MIG welding is a much quicker process and is ideal for welding thicker metals. TIG welding is a more time consuming and delicate technique, requiring more fine-tuned skills.
QUALITY SPOT WELDING FROM WISCONSIN METAL FABRICATORS
Looking for a quality welding technique capable of handling both ferrous and non-ferrous materials? Look no further, here at BEHR our team of trained professionals deliver quality work every time. Our spot welding services work for any project, whether it is big, small, or for industrial or household applications, we can handle it all. The benefits of our spot welding operations are undeniable. Behr’s Wisconsin welders can weld practically any material from copper, stainless steel, steel, aluminum, low and light alloys, to nickel, galvanized sheets, and brass. For welding services sure to exceed industry quality standards, choose no other welding shop than Behr-Enterprises.
Avoid Spot Welding Defects When You Choose Behr’s Professional Welders
When choosing a metal fabrication shop for your welding needs, it is of the utmost importance you choose welders with the know-how and experience to do the job correctly the first time. There are many downfalls to spot welding if it is not done right. A welder’s lack of experience and improper application techniques will be the direct cause of spot welding defects. An unqualified welder will fail when assessing and judging the heat exposure required to properly create the bond cementing two materials together. They will either apply too much or too little heat. When a material’s thickness and softness is not taken into account and too little of heat is used it will result in a poor bond. Exposing the material to too much heat will result in a hole. Avoid the hassle of spot welding defects and damage to your property by using Behr’s highly qualified, experienced, and skilled Wisconsin welders.
Benefits of a Professional Spot Welding Consultant
When done properly, spot welding can create fast, strong bonds for large projects in a shorter amount of time, saving you time and money. You don’t have to worry about poor quality spot welding when you hire Behr Enterprises’ experienced spot welding consultants to handle the job.
WELDING SHOP WITH A REPUTATION FOR QUALITY
Behr Enterprises is a welding shop known for their “drop everything” service and high quality products. We have the expertise necessary to choose the appropriate welding parameters and the best equipment for each of the welding jobs we complete. You can be sure, if Behr is on the job, you’ll be more than satisfied with the results.