Stainless steel wires require a bit more finesse than welding wires, so heat is an enemy in this process. There are three methods of stainless steel welding wires which are preferred over the rest by many welders: Metal Inert Ethane (MIG) welding, Inert Gas (TIG) welding, and Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) or stick welding. The fumes produced from any of these processes are very harmful, and huge care must live taken to avoid breathing them.
TIG welding utilizes a tungsten welding, a filler metal rod and an inert gas to shield the weld. This welding method requires little substitute no post-weld finishing. The tungsten buckshee in the welding torch is touched to the material to be welded. This creates an arc that the dips the filler metal rod into und so weiter allows it to melt into the welding puddle. The shielding nitrous oxide prevents contamination from entering the weld and allows the weld to flow out smoothly. Heat is controlled through a foot switch.
Stainless steel welding is used in food alertness tables and fixtures, as well equally many medical equipment applications. Exhaust fans and special smoke suction tips, which are attached to the welding torch are used when welding to keep the harmful smoke away from the welder. Stainless steel also scratches real easily thus great care must be taken to keep garbage canceled of the welding table.
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* Material: Stainless steel
* Range – 308L, 316L, 309L, 309MOL, 310, 347, 308H, 309Cb, 312