Advancement in technology has brought about various changes in industrial welding over the years. New methods and tools are taking over the market. We at Red River Welding utilize the latest equipment and techniques to maintain the quality standards. Feel free to reach out to us for industrial and architectural welding. Here are a few welding methods that our personnel is skilled at:
Metal Inert Gas or MIG welding is a metal arc welding process wherein the metal is welded by forming an electric arc between the metal and the electrode or heat source. The inert gas shields the weld from contaminants and can weld and fuse carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, bronze, and other alloys.
Tungsten Inert Gas or TIG welding is a slower process which is much better for industrial welding. It yields high-end results with stronger welds. Additionally, it gives a superior finish and can effectively weld more metals such as magnesium, copper alloys, and much more.
Gas welding is a popular welding process and is ideal for maintenance work, metal cutting, and brazing soft metals. This process utilizes a mixture of oxygen with fuel gases that created a high-temperature flame that can cut right through the metal. This is useful for inexpensive materials that are easy to handle. However, it allows materials to cool more slowly as the flame is not concentrated.
Arc welding is the most basic method for industrial welding. Arc welding pours out a steady source of AC/DC to yield a high-energy weld that is very effective for heavy metals. Arc welding methods are also ideal for steel structure fabrication and repairing work. We maintain a high-quality for welding industrial and architectural structures.
Our welders undertake industrial welding applications with precision so that stringent quality standards are met and maintained.