Whether stainless or mild steel, we offer a complete welding service, with welding procedures for TIG welding.

TIG welding also known as GTAW is most commonly used to weld thin sections of stainless steel and non-ferrous metals. The process grants the operator greater control over the weld than competing processes such as shielded metal arc welding and gas metal arc welding, allowing for stronger, higher quality welds.

TIG is comparatively more complex and difficult to master and it is significantly slower than most other welding techniques. However, when performed with skilled operators it can produce high-quality welds. At Zaminox we are specialized in manually welding all steel and stainless-steel materials. We use MIG, TIG and Spot Welding techniques as needed or as requested by our clients.

Each welding method offers its own advantages.

MIG Welding:

  • High productivity
  • Minimum clean up required
  • Can weld sheet metals in all positions
  • Long welds can be carried out without interruption
  • Higher deposition rates

TIG Welding

  • Free of spatter
  • Superior quality welds
  • Low distortion
  • Welding variables can be precisely controlled
  • Welding can be carried out with or without fillers

Spot Welding

  • Economical
  • Suited for high-rate production
  • High speed welding

Our experienced skilled welders can tackle any size job, from small brackets made at our facility to large structures assembled in-house. We use the weld type and/or joint that will best suit the application for the highest quality finished part, such as:

  • Fillet welds
  • Square welds
  • V-Grooved welds
  • Butt Joints
  • T Joints
  • Corner Joints
  • Lap Joints

We take pride in our ability to complete projects to client specifications and budget, with the capability to manufacture a diverse range of products with a wide variety of metals. Thanks to our equipment, workspace and skilled TIG welders, Zaminox meets the demands of diverse local and foreign industries ranging from catering equipment to micro-electronics and pharmaceutical.


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