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Welding is the process of joining metals together and is used in the construction of bridges, buildings and other large structures. Workers in this field must know how to cut and supply heat to different types of metals. These professionals must have the proper equipment and supplies to complete projects and remain safe on-the-job. Types of welding equipment include guns, lasers and cutters. In order to protect a welder from the heat, a company must supply workers with helmets, gloves and heat aprons.

  • Arc Welding - Arc welding is a process where the fusion is obtained from an electric arc. They use an electrode and a base metal to melt the metals at a welding point.
  • Welding Torch - A welding torch is used in gas welding and mixes and controls gas flow.
  • Metal Inert Gas or MIG - MIG welding is a semi-automatic welding process where a wire electrode and shielding gas are placed in a welding gun.
  • Brazing - Brazing is a welding process where grooves are bonded with a melting point higher than 800 degrees.
  • Soldering - Soldering is the process of joining two metal objects by using another metal to form a bond.
  • Tempering - Tempering is a heat treatment technique that is designed to toughen up the metal to improve the ductility.
  • Tungsten Inert Gas Welding or TIG - TIG welding is a process that uses non-consumable tungsten electrodes to create a weld.
  • Plasma Arc Welding - Plasma arc welding is when plasma is heated to a high temperature and ionized. An electrode is attached to a copper nozzle, which is what delivers a high concentration of heat.
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    Baker's Gas & Welding Supplies
    Wauseon, OH 43567
    Trust only the best with our welding equipment and supplies in the local Wilkes Barre area. Make sure you have the correct safety with our experienced welding equipment and supplies specialists.
     
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    SR Welding And Custom Metal Fabrications
    1723 West 4th Street, Piscataway, NJ 08854
    Our experts are dedicated to completing your project (large or small) with quality results, on time, and within your budget. Services Mobile road calls,small trailer repair, custom metal fabrication,
    (732) 648-6129
    Airgas
    579 Market St, Kingston, PA 18704
    (570) 288-3828
    Southern Welding Supply Co
    61 Rutter St, Wilkes Barre, PA 18706
    (570) 822-4498
    Welding Works
    333 Northampton St, Wilkes Barre, PA 18704
    (570) 331-0930
    Gts-Welco
    114 Brown Rd, Pittston, PA 18640
    (570) 655-3721
    Cristiano Welding Supply
    4961 Birney Ave, Moosic, PA 18507
    (570) 457-8954
    Air Plus Inc Welding Equipment
    215 Hickory St Ste 7, Scranton, PA 18505
    (570) 344-8511
    Miles Auto Parts
    300 Bedford St, Clarks Summit, PA 18411
    (570) 587-1158
    Dailey Resources LTD
    1213 Wheeler Ave, Scranton, PA 18510
    (570) 344-1303
    Basala Enterprises
    525 N Broad St, Hazleton, PA 18202
    (570) 455-2900
    Berwick Welding Supplies
    1301 W Front St, Berwick, PA 18603
    (570) 752-0300
    Airgas
    1237 Mid Valley Dr, Jessup, PA 18434
    (570) 383-3687
    Pocono Welding & Safety Supply
    57 Shaffer Rd, Lake Ariel, PA 18436
    (570) 937-4700
    Torco Supply Company
    800 Interchange Rd, Lehighton, PA 18235
    (610) 377-9733
    Precision Welding & Tool Supplies
    1035 E 7th St, Bloomsburg, PA 17815
    (570) 784-9160


    Welding equipment and supply dealers usually sell directly to manufacturers and companies that use a large amount of safety gear, torches, and accessory items. The advantage of using an equipment and supply company is that you can get a discount on chemical abrasives, migs, hoses, helmets, and torches when you place large orders. This means that large companies usually get the cheapest prices while individuals working on their own typically pay higher prices because they buy fewer items. A welding equipment and supply company should have several different types of safety gear for you to use. This not only includes helmets with screens that have been designed to protect faces from hot temperatures and metal, but also power tools that are engineered specifically for working with hot metal. When purchasing industrial welding equipment, you might find that you get better prices from companies located outside of your area. This largely depends on where you are located and what types of products you need to purchase. Using an internet search engine is a good way to find more information about surplus companies based throughout the United States. When getting quotes from them, be sure to find out whether they charge additional fees for services such as shipping and handling. This can have a significant impact on the price of torches and other types of equipment that weigh a lot. You can also learn more about the types of safety gear, hoses, chemicals, and industrial power tools that you need for your project by searching for information forums where individuals within the industry discuss the products that they have used.
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