- Argon Torches
- Ceramic caps
- Argon gas regulator
- Oxygen Gas regulator
- Acetylene Gas regulator
- Nitrogen Gas regulator
- Hydrogen gas regulator
- Tungsten wires
- Welding wires all specifications
- MIG/MAG cored wires
- SAW cored wires
- welders spectacles
- welders jacket
- Tip Cleaners
- welders Umbrella/tent
- welding paste
- welders inspection tools
- welding hoses
- spark lighters
- Steel chalk
We carry the various brand of welding Machines
Lincoln Welding Machines
For demanding jobs that call for high amperage capabilities, the SAE-400™ offers 400 amps for DC stick welding and 3,000 watts of AC power. The SAE-400™ is powered by either a heavy-duty Perkins® or Deutz® industrial diesel engine.
welding range of products stick welders Argon welders etc Mig/Mag welders
Miller welding Range
Electric welders Lincoln
Arc Welding safety
Arc welding is a safe process when sufficient measures are taken to protect the welder from potential hazards and when proper operating practices are followed. Major hazards welders can encounter if these dangers are overlooked include fumes and gases, arc rays and sparks, and electric shock. Listed below are some informative websites and data resources.
Frequently asked questions
How do I choose welding consumable?
Before making a choice on welding consumables, as a rule, when welding materials have different tensile strengths, the consumable you choose should match the material with the lower tensile strength. The preheat temperature you use should match what is required for the material with the higher tensile strength.
How is welding electrode or rod calculated?
Calculating Filler Metal Consumption The number of pounds of welding electrodes or welding wire necessary to complete a given weld joint may be calculated by the formula: P = WL E Where: P = Pounds of electrode or wire required W = Weight per foot of weld metal L = Length of weld (feet) E = Deposition efficiency
What are Mig welding consumables?
MIG gun consumables principally comprise of the front-end part of the gun, the nozzle, retaining head, contact tip and the liner. These components are responsible for properly feeding the welding wire and for establishing the electrical conductivity necessary to create the arc. apart from that you still need the shielding gas (carbon dioxide pr argon) and the welding rods for Mig welding
Which factor determine the current setting during welding?
The factors that determine the current setting during welding are Melting point, thermal conductivity, reactivity, coefficient of thermal expansion, electrical resistance and surface condition of material are factor that affect weldabiliy.
What is filler material in welding?
In welding, Filler metals are alloys or unalloyed metals which, when heated, liquefy and melt to flow into the space between two close fitting parts, creating a brazed or soldered joint. A filler metal has suitable melting and flow properties to permit distribution by capillary attraction in properly prepared joints.