Metal Inert Gas (MIG) / Metal Active Gas (MAG) Welding
Metal Inert Gas (MIG) / Metal Active Gas (MAG) welding refers to a group of arc welding processes that use the heat generated by a DC electric arc to fuse the metal in the joint area. A continuous electrode (the wire) is fed by powered feed rolls (wire feeder) into the weld pool.
Linde has developed serious of MAG Welding gas mixtures to help you maximize the advantages of MIG/MAG welding:
- MAG welding of stainless steel: CRONIGON® 2, MISON® 2, CRONIGON® S1, CRONIGON® S3, CRONIGON® 2He20, CRONIGON® 2He50
- MAG welding of unalloyed steel: CORGON® 8, CORGON® 10, CORGON® 15, CORGON® 18, CORGON® 25, MISON® 18, MISON® 8, CORGON® 5S4, CORGON® 13S4, CORGON® S8
- CO2, CORGON® 10He30, CORGON® 2S3He18
- MIG welding gases: Argon 4.6, Argon 5.0, VARIGON® S, VARIGON® He15, VARIGON® He30, VARIGON® He50, VARIGON® He70, VARIGON® He90, MISON® He15, MISON® He30, MISON® He50
Our application experts can also advise you on the mixture and operating parameters best suited to your needs, also supporting you with the equipment and gas management services you need.