MSG (Metal Inert Gas Welding)


Arc welding is a sub-process of the fusion welding process, arc welding is further divided into "metal arc welding", "submerged arc welding" and "inert gas welding". We at Zipp Industries GmbH &Co. KG use the metal inert gas welding (process 135) with active gases.

Metal active gas welding

In MAG welding, a wire electrode is melted under protective gas. Metal active gas welding is particularly common in industrial production for joining metal materials and enables metals to be permanently bonded. The targeted use of the arc generates very high temperatures, causing the base material to be welded and the wire electrode to melt, forming the molten pool. The weld pool is protected from the environment by a gas bell jar so that the weld seam can form without environmental influences. The process is characterized by a high processing speed and the possibility of automation. It is therefore particularly suitable for industrial applications.

We offer you metal active gas welding in contract work by our experienced and trained welders. A precise analysis of the requirements and a professional test of the weldability are also part of our service.

Your benefits at a glance:

  • Excellent value for money
  • Highest quality in all welding work
  • Adherence to deadlines
  • Personal advice from our experienced team

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