Manual TIG Welding

Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding is a form of arc welding which uses a tungsten electrode to create the weld. The process is renowned for producing strong, excellent quality welds and provides experienced operators a greater degree of control over their manufacturing.

As a leading company in the field of gas handling and delivery solutions, we manufacture high quality components through in-house manual TIG welding. With our extensive industrial and engineering experience behind us, we produce excellent quality fabrications.  Our welding team offer a comprehensive service, unrivalled expertise and their in-depth knowledge of handling and delivery systems to create industry-standard products.  

Specification
Here at Cambridge Fluid Systems, we are compliant with ASME B31.3 piping requirements. Additionally, we are happy to consider all codes and requirements and aim to offer a versatile TIG welding service.

Materials
Our TIG welding facilities can work with a large assortment of materials, including alloys such as mild steel, stainless steel and nickel. We work with both 316L and 304 steel so we can provide a greater range of products. Our materials list is non-exhaustive and we can work to meet your requirements.

Size
At Cambridge Fluid Systems we pride ourselves on having the capability to fulfil a wide variety of manual welding tasks. We have fully-equipped facilities that enable us to weld items from ½ inch (13mm) up to 18 inches (457mm) in diameter.

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