What Does Tandem-Mag Welding Mean?

Tandem-mag welding (also known as twin-wire welding) uses two different wires to flash-create weld joints. Also of note, Tandem-Mag technology is an active gas technique. Instead of a MIG (Metal Inert Gas) shield, a MAG (Metal Active Gas) shield cloud mixes argon, carbon dioxide and oxygen into a steel-specific welding gas. Back to the “tandem” […]

Mobile Onsite Welding Services: What Makes It a Practical Choice for Builders and Contractors?

There’s really not a lot of difference between those onsite welding services that are carried out on sky-filling frameworks and those that are carried out on an ordinary building site. Sure, those large-scale projects support larger loads, but construction site contractors don’t exactly work on toy-sized constructs. In fact, compared to an industrial-scale operation, construction […]

What are the Pros and Cons of MIG Welding?

Metal inert gas welding, using its shielding gas and wire-feed electrode, is believed to be one of the easiest welding techniques to learn. That’s an immediate advantage. Expect hobbyists and motorsport enthusiasts to own a MIG rig. Stored in their garages, the equipment is pulled out everytime a big weekend project comes around. Meanwhile, for […]