$8.95 – $77.95
At Electroweld we are proud to offer the best selection of welding torches available in the industry.
Our welding torches are made with the highest quality materials and workmanship to ensure that they last for years.
The best way to guarantee quality is to buy directly from a distributor. Distributors like Electroweld usually offer a warranty on their product, covering most defects under normal use, but not abuse.
The spring in your mig welder will be worn out after years of use. It needs to be replaced so you don’t run into problems down the road. The spring makes contact with the burner tip which heats up the metal being welded. When the spring wears out, the heat starts leaking away from the tip and the weld becomes less complete.
The answer to this question will depend upon several factors including the size of your weld, strength requirements, power source available, etc.
The most common welding torches used in construction projects include oxyacetylene (Oxy) gas welding torches, MIG/MAG welding torches, TIG welding torches, stick welding torches, plasma arc welding torches, CO2 laser welding torches, DC electrical resistance welding torches, ultrasonic welding torches.
Each type has its own advantages and disadvantages when compared to other types of welding torches.
Gas welding provides better penetration than electric welding, so it’s easier to weld thinner material. Gas welding also produces less heat, which makes it safer to work around metal pipes and other hot objects. Electric welding does not produce sparks like gas welding; however, it has more versatility because it works with all metals including stainless steel.