top of page

GTAW Welding Wire

Welding in rod presentation for GTAW process. The TIG (Tungsten Inert Gas) welding process, identified by the AWS as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding-GTAW, is a welding process by electric arc, which is established between a tungsten electrode and the part to be welded, under the protection of an inert gas that avoids the contact of the air with the melting bath and with the electrode, which are at high temperature.


  • It allows welding in all positions and all metals, namely alloy steels, aluminium, magnesium, copper, nickel and other special metals, such as titanium and zirconium; It is essential for thin thicknesses.

  • Because the tungsten electrode and the filler material are independent, it allows adding only the appropriate amount, avoiding generating welds with unnecessary extra thicknesses, with a very good appearance.

  • It generates a pickling of the oxide layer that covers the metals, refractory in the case of aluminum, while the inert gas prevents its regeneration, which produces a clean weld, without slag.

bottom of page