Aluminum Welding

With our vast knowledge of welding and fabrication, we can ensure the proper technique is used to produce a quality product at an efficient cost. We work closely with customers to understand their exact needs and are able to cost-effectively engineer and produce weld fixtures to achieve precise alignment and maintain tight tolerances.

Aluminium Welding Methods

GTAW/TIG - One of the most popular welding processes for aluminum is gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), otherwise known as tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding. GTAW is a great process for aluminum because it does not require mechanical wire feeding, which can create feedability issues. Instead, the filler material is fed into the puddle by the welder with his hand. Also, the GTAW process is extremely clean, which prevents aluminum from being contaminated by the atmosphere.

GMAW/MIG - Gas metal arc welding (GMAW), or metal inert gas (MIG) welding is another great choice for welding aluminum. Gas metal arc welding generally has higher deposition rates and faster travel speeds than GTAW. However, GMAW uses a mechanical wire feeding system. Because of this, a push-pull gun or spool gun may be needed so that aluminum wire feeding is possible.

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Aluminun Pontoon Boat Welding Repair - Whether it’s a modification or a necessary repair to your aluminun pontoon boat we can take care of it.

All welding must be done at our shop, no mobile service.

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