Heliarc Welding CT

What is Heliarc Welding?

Ever since the process of Heliarc Welding was invented, it has been synonymous with TIG Welding. Russell Meredith of Northrop Aircraft perfected the process in 1941. Meredith named the process Heliarc because it used a tungsten electrode arc and helium as a shielding gas, but it is often referred to as tungsten inert gas welding (TIG). The American Welding Society's official term is gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW). 

Why Use Heliarc Welding in CT?

Gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) is the process most often used to meet high aesthetic and quality standards. It is the most complex of welding processes and takes considerable practice to master. LABCO Welding has years of experience with all different types of welding and metal work. We are trusted by dozens and dozens of clients from all around Connecticut, so you can rest assured that when you hire us for your welding or metal fabrication needs, the job is getting done the proper way every time.

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