MIG Welders for Sale

Welding is a great way to repair and attach metals to each other. The weld acts as a permanent adhesive and can be handy when patching up metal furnishings and frames, such as ones found on bikes and cars.

We have a selection of the best MIG welders and MIG welding accessories that have been tried and tested, so you can be sure that whatever you buy with us at SGS will be made to suit your needs.

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SIP 05772 HG3000 MIG/ARC Inverter Welder
    • Built-in control panel
    • Quality digital display
    • 2 touch / 4 touch trigger modes
    The SIP HG3000 MIG/ARC Inverter Welder is designed for trade, professional, and industrial applications, with infinitely variable output and powerful IGBT technology for high performance. Learn More
    £1,222.80 £1,019.00
    SIP 05710 T126-MIG Gasless Transformer Welder
    • Heavy-duty metal casing
    • Thermal overload protection
    • Turbo fan-cooled
    The SIP T126-MIG Gasless Transformer Welder is built for serious home or trade welders, offering portability and high value through a lightweight design, adjustable output, and turbo cooling. Learn More
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    SIP 05718 180ST-MIG Transformer Welder
    • Heavy-duty transformer
    • 6 powerful output settings
    • Turbo fan-cooled
    The SIP AUTOPLUS 180ST-MIG Transformer Welder is built with a heavy-duty transformer and turbo fan-cooling plus low current performance, perfect for heavy-duty automotive applications. Learn More
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    SIP 05720 AutoPlus 210ST-MIG Transformer Welder
    • Heavy-duty transformer
    • Gas and gasless mode
    • Turbo fan-cooled
    The SIP AUTOPLUS 210ST-MIG Transformer Welder is built with a heavy-duty transformer and turbo fan-cooling plus low current performance, perfect for heavy-duty automotive applications. Learn More
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    SIP 05756 T166-MIG Gas/Gasless Transformer Welder
    • Heavy-duty metal casing
    • Lightweight and compact design
    • Turbo fan-cooled
    The SIP T166-MIG Gas/Gasless Transformer Welder is built for serious home or trade welders, offering portability and high value through a lightweight design, adjustable output, and turbo cooling. Learn More
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    SIP 05773 HG2300MP MIG/TIG/ARC Inverter Welder
    • High performance
    • Latest IGBT inverter technology
    • Lightweight and compact
    The SIP HG2300MP MIG/ARC/TIG Inverter Welder uses high-tech inverter technology to provide high performance as well as extra low current output for versatility across all 3 processes. Learn More
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    SIP 05793 Autoplus Mini 130 Synergic Inverter Welder
    • Superior welding arc stability
    • User-friendly synergic control
    • High performance
    The SIP AUTOPLUS Mini 130 Synergic MIG/ARC Inverter utilises powerful synergic and inverter technologies to provide a superior welding arc stability, and performance in gas and gasless modes. Learn More
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    What is MIG welding?

    MIG welding stands for ‘Metal Inert Gas’ welding and is one of many techniques used to weld pieces of metal together by melting them with electricity.

    It’s highly favoured in its field for being a quick and easy method of welding and can be done by those new to the tool and professionals alike.

    The use of the electricity from the MIG welder causes an electrical arc (commonly known as a short circuit) to be created between the electric wire and the metal that is to be welded. This causes the positive anode and a negative cathode to react.

    The arc causes the electrode wire to melt which is then used as the binding material. Once it has cooled and solidified, the weld has been made.

    How to use a MIG welder

    When using a MIG welder ensure that you have the right protective equipment to do the job. A welding mask and gloves are recommended to avoid any burns and hot welding residue from touching your skin. This will also protect your eyes from the bright sparks that are generated by arc welding.

    Inside the MIG welder will be wire and a set of rollers to push the wire out onto the welding gun. The welding gun is where you’ll find a trigger that controls the flow of electricity and the amount of wire being fed out from the welder.

    Remember to take it slow and do your welding in short bursts as to not make any mistakes. Be sure to weld away from any other people and in a space away from any surfaces that could easily catch fire from sparks e.g., woods and papers.

    MIG welders for sale from SGS Engineering

    Browse the full range of MIG welders online today. Get in touch with our dedicated team on 01332 576 850 or email [email protected] if you need any help.

    Our customers can benefit from a 60-day returns policy, free next-day delivery options, and warranties listed individually on each product page.

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