Welding – Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) - Course No. 122

The operation of a tungsten inert gas welding torch.

Course No. 122

13 hours

Welding – Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG)

The operation of a tungsten inert gas welding torch: detailed description of  preparation of a TIG torch: setting the power supply unit and the inert gas flow, protective  equipment, striking and holding a TIG arc, forming a weld puddle  and moving it a short distance, shutting down the equipment. Practical exercises are included for each section of the course.

Prerequisites: Some familiarity with oxyacetylene and metal-arc welding  terms and principles and the ability to understand  simple drawings and diagrams.

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