Metal Welding Utah is one of the most important factors in metal fabrication. More than cutting, bending, shaping, punching, or anything else, the vast majority of our clients need welding in order to put their projects together. Welding is in such high demand because it can be a difficult process that requires high levels of skill, dedication, and advanced machinery.
At Metal Force, our welders can do both large and small welding projects to suit the needs of our clients across many different industries. Because we want to be able to handle so many projects from various specialties, we offer three different types of welding.
Metal inert gas (MIG) welding is a relatively simple process that involves feeding a welding wire into the area that will be welded together. This process allows for the fusion of two metal pieces. MIG welding works for many different types of metal, including:
- Mild steel
- Stainless steel
MIG welding is often the preferable method for welding because it can be used on metal pieces of many sizes and thicknesses.
Tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding is similar to MIG welding with a few differences. For instance, both MIG and TIG welding use a sort of electric arc while actual doing the weld. However, TIG welding can be used for thinner gauge metal without running the risk of damaging the metal beyond repair.
Though MIG welding is faster and can handle thicker materials, TIG welding can be used to make intricate and delicate melds with thinner metals.
In addition to our MIG and TIG welders, we also offer field welding for when you need a welder on-site at your location. We will bring gas-powered welding equipment and perform the task(s) you have in mind in an efficient and timely manner.
If you have either small- or large-scale welding projects that need to be completed, call Metal Force today at (801)-776-5700 for Metal Welding Utah!