TIG Consumables

TIG Consumables

TIG Consumables

TIG welding utilizes various consumable components during the welding process. These consumables are essential to maintaining arc stability, protecting the weld pool, and achieving high-quality welds. Whether you’re welding with a TIG 200 AC/DC or another popular brand of TIG welder, Eastwood has all the TIG welding consumables you need to keep your projects moving, including tungstens, filler rods, gas lenses and more.

Tungsten Electrodes

Tungsten electrodes serve as the heat source in TIG welding, creating the arc that melts the base metal and forms the weld pool. The choice of electrode material and geometry influences arc stability, heat concentration, and weld penetration. Typically made from pure tungsten or various tungsten alloys, such as thoriated, ceriated, lanthanated, or zirconiated tungsten, they come in various sizes and types, including pointed, balled, or truncated. Eastwood offers a variety of tungsten types and sizes for different welding applications, material thickness, and weld characteristics.

Filler Rods

Filler metals used in TIG welding are typically in the form of bare wire rods made from the same material as the base metal or compatible alloys. Common filler metal materials include carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, and nickel alloys.

Filler metal diameter selection depends on the thickness of the base metal and the desired weld bead size. Thinner filler metal diameters are suitable for welding thin materials, while thicker diameters provide higher deposition rates for thicker materials. Eastwood has a range of filler rods in different materials and sizes for most TIG welding jobs including carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum.

Consumable Accessories

Collets and collet bodies hold the tungsten electrode securely in the TIG torch and provide electrical conductivity to the electrode. Gas cups or nozzles direct the flow of shielding gas around the weld pool and protect the tungsten electrode from atmospheric contamination. Back caps secure the collet body and gas nozzle to the TIG torch, while gas lenses help distribute shielding gas evenly for improved weld quality. Ceramic cups provide thermal insulation and protect the gas nozzle from heat damage during welding. Shop Eastwood for all your TIG consumables in one convenient location.

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TIG Consumables

TIG welding utilizes various consumable components during the welding process. These consumables are essential to maintaining arc stability, protecting the weld pool, and achieving high-quality welds. Whether you’re welding with a TIG 200 AC/DC or another popular brand of TIG welder, Eastwood has all the TIG welding consumables you need to keep your projects moving, including tungstens, filler rods, gas lenses and more.

Tungsten Electrodes

Tungsten electrodes serve as the heat source in TIG welding, creating the arc that melts the base metal and forms the weld pool. The choice of electrode material and geometry influences arc stability, heat concentration, and weld penetration. Typically made from pure tungsten or various tungsten alloys, such as thoriated, ceriated, lanthanated, or zirconiated tungsten, they come in various sizes and types, including pointed, balled, or truncated. Eastwood offers a variety of tungsten types and sizes for different welding applications, material thickness, and weld characteristics.

Filler Rods

Filler metals used in TIG welding are typically in the form of bare wire rods made from the same material as the base metal or compatible alloys. Common filler metal materials include carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium, and nickel alloys.

Filler metal diameter selection depends on the thickness of the base metal and the desired weld bead size. Thinner filler metal diameters are suitable for welding thin materials, while thicker diameters provide higher deposition rates for thicker materials. Eastwood has a range of filler rods in different materials and sizes for most TIG welding jobs including carbon steel, stainless steel and aluminum.

Consumable Accessories

Collets and collet bodies hold the tungsten electrode securely in the TIG torch and provide electrical conductivity to the electrode. Gas cups or nozzles direct the flow of shielding gas around the weld pool and protect the tungsten electrode from atmospheric contamination. Back caps secure the collet body and gas nozzle to the TIG torch, while gas lenses help distribute shielding gas evenly for improved weld quality. Ceramic cups provide thermal insulation and protect the gas nozzle from heat damage during welding. Shop Eastwood for all your TIG consumables in one convenient location.

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