TIG Welders for Sale UK

Whether you’re improving the bodywork on your car or have a project motorbike that needs some extra detailing adding, TIG welders are handy when repairing and combining metalwork together.

Whatever type of welding work you need to perform, here at SGS we only offer you the best TIG welders and TIG welding accessories to help you do just that. We’ll help you get the job done right.

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SIP 05770 HG2500P TIG/ARC AC/DC Inverter Welder
    • 9-stage parameter adjustment
    • TIG Pulse facility
    • Lightweight and compact
    The SIP HG2500P AC/DC TIG/ARC is a dual function unit with an integrated 9-stage parameter adjustment program. With IGBT and Pulse technologies, it is perfect for all heavy-duty applications. Learn More
    £1,248.48 £1,040.40
    SIP 05771 HG2200P TIG/ARC Inverter Welder
    • 9-stage parameter adjustment
    • TIG Pulse facility
    • Lightweight and compact
    The SIP HG2200P TIG/ARC is a dual function unit with an integrated 9-stage parameter adjustment program. With IGBT and Pulse technologies, it is perfect for all heavy-duty applications. Learn More
    £510.23 £425.19
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    How does a TIG welder work?

    TIG welding and is one of many ways to weld metal objects and panels together by using a molten metal wire caused to melt by electricity. Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding produces a non-consumable tungsten electrode and is a favoured method of welding due to its quick and easy nature. It can be used by professionals and new DIYers alike. This process can be used in direct current or alternating current formats – for this reason, you might have heard it known as an AC DC TIG welder.

    TIG welding and is one of many ways to weld metal objects and panels together by using a molten metal wire caused to melt by electricity.

    Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding produces a non-consumable tungsten electrode and is a favoured method of welding due to its quick and easy nature. It can be used by professionals and new DIYers alike.

    This process can be used in direct current or alternating current formats – for this reason, you might have heard it known as an AC DC TIG welder.

    What’s the difference between MIG and TIG welders?

    MIG and TIG welding methods both use an electric arc to help create the weld but they each use this arc in a different way.

    A MIG welder uses a feed wire that moves through the gun consistently to form a spark, this wire then melts and creates a weld. However, TIG welding fuses two metals together directly with the use of rods.

    TIG welding provides a seamless weld and clean look, great for things that you want to look smooth and professional, such as car bodywork. This method of welding also produces much less smoke and residue than MIG welding, and it can be performed on a wider range of metals including:

    TIG welders for sale from SGS Engineering

    Browse the full range of TIG 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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