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Electric Foot Amptrol Lincoln K870

£391.40 ex.VAT
Depress pedal to increase current. Depressing pedal fully achieves maximum set current. Fully raising the pedal finishes the weld and starts the After flow cycle. Equipped with a 6 pin connector. Equipped with a 6-pin connector and optional heel rest.

Esab Renegade Et 300i Pulse DC Tig Welder

£2,300.00 ex.VAT

The Renegade TIG Welder range offers an inverter based High frequency TIG (HF) and MMA/Stick Welders with extreme power to weight ratio.

The compact build and design of this TIG welder means you will be able to easily carry and bring to any job site.

GYS ProTIG 201 AC/DC TIG Welding Machine with Torch & Accessories

£1,558.00 ex.VAT
ProTIG 201 AC/DC HF FV has been designed with advanced inverter technology to provide advanced performance in both AC/DC TIG & MMA (arc welding) modes. Can be used on both 110v and 240v power supplies. Suitable for welding aluminium, mild steel, stainless, copper & titanium. Feature a Voltage Reduction Device.
  • AC Easy automatically controls AC balance & fequency
  • 2T, 4T & 4T LOG trigger modes (controls hot/cold current switching from torch)
  • Welds standard rutile, basic (low hydrogen), stainless & cast iron electrodes
  • Store up to 50 pre-set welding parameters
  • Foot pedal compatible
  • Delivered complete with Binzel TIG torch (4m)
  • Weighs only 15kg
  • Generator friendly (7.5kW)
  • Protec 400 equipped provides overvoltage protection up to 400V

GYS TIG 168 DC HF Inverter TIG Welder 160Amp

£600.00 ex.VAT
The GYS TIG 168 DC HF has been designed with advanced inverter technology to provide advanced performance in both DC TIG & MMA (arc welding) modes. Suitable for welding mild steel, stainless, copper & titanium. In TIG mode HF start provides an easy & reliable non-contact way to create an arc removing the possibility of electrode contamination
  • Store up to 5 pre-set welding parameters
  • Delivered complete with Binzel TIG torch (4m)
  • Weighs only 9kg
  • Generator friendly (6.5kW)
  • Protec400 equipped provides overvolatge protection up to 400V

Jasic JT-200DS Inverter AC/DC Mini Digital Tig Welder 230v

£1,253.62 ex.VAT
The JASIC TIG 200P AC/DC mini inverter welder is a technologically advanced single-phase inverter power source offering an ultra portable solution. 

Jasic POWER TIG 180SE Inverter

£509.60 ex.VAT
This technologically advanced inverter is extremely user-friendly and offers reliable and consistant arc performance.

Jasic TIG 180 Dual Voltage Inverter

£568.40 ex.VAT
This technologically advanced inverter is extremely user-friendly and offers reliable and consistent arc performance.

Jasic TIG 180 Inverter Welder

£486.08 ex.VAT
This technologically advanced inverter is extremely user-friendly and offers reliable and consistent arc performance.

Jasic TIG 200 Inverter

£552.72 ex.VAT
This technologically advanced inverter is extremely user-friendly and offers reliable and consistent arc performance.

Jasic TIG 200 Pulse PFC Inverter Welder

£685.61 ex.VAT
The Jasic TIG 200 Pulse wide voltage is equipped with powerful IGBT components and a singular PCB for improved efficiency and maintenance.

Jasic TIG 300P DC Pulse Digital Welding Inverter

£1,409.63 ex.VAT
This technologically advanced inverter with a digital control panel allows for feature rich options and provides 8 channel automatic storage of the welding parameters.

Jasic TIG 300P DC Pulse Digital Welding Inverter Water Cooled

£2,350.43 ex.VAT
This technologically advanced inverter with a digital control panel allows for feature rich options and provides 8 channel automatic storage of the welding parameters.

TIG Welder FAQ:

How do I choose a TIG?

Ready to take your welding projects to the next level with a TIG welder? Here's a quick guide to help you choose the ideal machine for your needs:

1. Material Matters:

  • What will you be welding? Mild steel, stainless steel, or aluminum? Different materials require specific TIG welders.

2. Thickness Counts:

  • How thick are the materials you plan to weld? Knowing the maximum thickness helps determine the machine's power requirements.

3. Budget Considerations:

  • How much are you comfortable spending? TIG welders come in a range of price points.

Once you have this information, contact our friendly sales team. They'll be happy to recommend the perfect TIG welder for your projects based on your material needs, thickness capabilities, and budget.

Lincweld is your one-stop shop for all your welding needs. In addition to a wide range of TIG welders (both DC and AC/DC), we offer: MIG Welders, Arc Welders, TIG Welding Gas, TIG Welding Accessories.

Browse our extensive selection or contact our sales team today! We have top brands like Oxford, GYS, and Stealth all in stock for immediate or next-day delivery.

Is TIG welding better than MIG?

While TIG welds can be stronger and look nicer in the hands of an experienced welder, for beginners, MIG welding might be a more forgiving option to achieve a good quality weld.

What is TIG Welding used for?

TIG welding shines in pipeline and pipe welding, but its talents extend far beyond. From the delicate work of the aviation and aerospace industries to the sheet metal industry, TIG tackles thin materials and even exotic metals like titanium with ease.

What Are The Benefits Of TIG Welding?

  • AC/DC TIG Advantage:

    For aluminum welding, AC/DC TIG welders offer superior control over the arc. This significantly reduces the risk of burning holes through your aluminum workpiece.
  • Foot Pedal for Finesse:

    A foot pedal is highly recommended for TIG welding aluminum. It provides exceptional control over the arc for precise welds. While the torch switch offers some control, a foot pedal gives you unmatched precision compared to MIG welders.
  • Fine-Tuning Power Delivery:

    With TIG welders, you can set the base amps, maximum amperage, and ramp-up time using the foot pedal or torch switch. This allows gentle heat application to your aluminum project.
  • The Ultimate All-Rounder:

    TIG welders are incredibly versatile. With just pure argon gas and a lanthanated tungsten electrode, you can seamlessly switch between welding mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum without changing consumables. This versatility extends to welding positions - flat, vertical, or horizontal - making TIG a true all-rounder.
  • Cleanliness from Start to Finish:

    TIG welds are exceptionally clean and require minimal post-weld cleaning. Plus, the process produces minimal sparks and spatter, further reducing cleaning needs. Many TIG welders even have a cleaning function that uses the arc itself for a hands-off approach, saving you valuable time.

What Gas is needed for TIG Welding?

In TIG welding, the primary gas used is pure argon. This inert gas acts as a shield around the arc, protecting the weld pool from contamination by the surrounding air. Contamination, particularly from oxygen, weakens the weld.

Here's a breakdown of why pure argon is the go-to choice:

  • Versatility: Pure argon works well for welding various metals like mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum.
  • Cleanliness: It promotes clean welds with minimal post-weld cleaning.
  • Stable Arc: Argon helps maintain a stable arc for optimal weld penetration.

Important Note: While pure argon is excellent for most TIG welding applications, some advanced techniques might involve using other gases or gas mixtures. It's always best to consult your machine's manual or a professional welder for specific recommendations based on your project and materials

What is the Purpose of Pulse TIG Welding?

TIG welding is known for its precision and control, but sometimes achieving deep welds can be tricky. Especially with thin materials like sheet metal or heat-sensitive metals like stainless steel, too much heat can lead to warping or burn-through.

This is where pulse TIG welding comes in. It's an advanced technique that allows you to achieve deeper welds with less overall heat input. Here's how it works:

Imagine tapping the gas pedal in your car instead of holding it down constantly. Pulse TIG works similarly, alternating between a higher "peak" current for a short pulse and a lower "background" current. This delivers heat in short bursts, allowing it to penetrate deeply into the weld zone while minimizing the overall heat input to the surrounding metal.

The benefits of pulse TIG welding include:

  • Reduced risk of warping or burn-through: Ideal for thin sheet metal and heat-sensitive materials.
  • Deeper weld penetration: Achieve strong welds without excessive heat.
  • Improved weld quality: Minimizes splatter and creates a cleaner weld pool.

However, pulse TIG welding is an advanced technique with a steeper learning curve. Here are some additional things to consider:

  • Not essential for beginners: Mastering basic TIG welding is a more practical first step for most welders.
  • Requires practice and experience: Setting the three key parameters (pulse width, pulse percentage, and pulse frequency) takes practice to achieve optimal results.

Overall, pulse TIG welding is a valuable technique for specific applications. If you're working with thin materials or heat-sensitive metals and need to achieve deep welds, it's worth learning. However, for beginners and many experienced welders, mastering basic TIG welding is a more practical first step.