Mig Welding Argon Gas Bottles

Mig Welding Guide


Mig Welding Guide

MIG (metal inert gas) welding, also known as gas metal arc welding (GMAW), is a key joining technology in manufacturing. MIG welding guide provides a comprehensive, practical and accessible guide to this widely used process. Part one discusses the range of technologies used in MIG welding, including power sources, shielding gases and consumables. Fluxed cored arc welding, pulsed MIG welding and MIG brazing are also explored. Part two reviews quality and safety issues such as improving productivity in MIG/MAG welding, assessing weld quality, health and safety, and methods for reducing costs. The final part of the book takes a practical look at the applications of MIG welding, with chapters dedicated to the welding of steel and aluminium, the use of robotics in MIG welding, and the application of MIG welding in the automotive industry. MIG welding guide is essential reading for welding and production engineers, designers and all those involved in manufacturing. Provides extensive coverage on gas metal arc welding, a key process in industrial manufacturing User friendly in its language and layout Looks at the practical applications of MIG welding

$255

Mig Welder Welding Cart


Mig Welder Welding Cart

Mig welding cart designed to organize either the Mig135 or Mig175 welder and the gas bottle. Cart ships disassembled and requires only basic hand tools to set up. Complete cart weighs 30 lbs. and stands approximately 28″ high and 29″ in length. Top tray measures 10-1/2″ wide x 17-3/4″ long.

$79.99

23107 10 Spool .035-Inch MIG Welding Flux Core Wire


23107 10 Spool .035-Inch MIG Welding Flux Core Wire

High strength flux core wire which produces a deep penetrating weld without shielding gas Excellent in windy conditionsTensile Strength: 80,000 PSIShielding Gas: None Required but 75-Percent CO2/25-Percent Argon (C-25) will reduce spatter

$103.25

Mig Welder Gas Regulator


Mig Welder Gas Regulator

Dual gauge Co2, Argon regulator for Eastwood Mig135 (12011)and Mig175(12012).

$49.99

ARGON FLOW METER WELDING REGULATOR


ARGON FLOW METER WELDING REGULATOR

Brass Material 9/16″ & CGA 580Brass Material 9/16″ & CGA 320Easily Adjust Your Gas Flow Rate With The Built In Flow Meter.The Flow Meter Measures Gas Flow in Liters Per Minute (L/min) up to 25L/minFits Standard CGA 580 or CGA 320 Argon Tank

$29.99

Blue Hawk Mig Welding Nozzle


Blue Hawk Mig Welding Nozzle

Mig Welding NozzleCompatible with a variety of welding gun brandsDurable copper constructionFor use when gas welding with MIG and wire feed weldersInsulated for additional protection

$13.98

NEW MIG Welder 110VAC 135 amp Output Welding


NEW MIG Welder 110VAC 135 amp Output Welding

Eastwoods new 135amp max power Mig welder with 20% duty cycle at 90 amp. Operates on standard 110VAC 20 amp circuits. Unit includes 0.023″ solid mig wire, gas regulator and instruction book, the only thing you will need is to rent a bottle of 75% CO2/25% Argon. These units have been tested against the leading U.S. brands and are of comparable quality in both weld penetration and wire feed motor functionality. Don’t be fooled by the low cost- these units have individual and infinite adjustment for voltage and wire speed. 3 year manufacuturer’s warranty, backed by Eastwood’s no hassle return policy Includes: Eastwood Mig 135 Welder 0.023″ steel mig wire Gas regulator Instructions These units are assembled, tested and conform to CE, TUV, and ETL specifications, for U.S. and European sales. Drive motor and rectifier construction offer surpassed weld quality and ease of use.Infinitely adjustable heat (amperage) and wire speed settings tailor the machine to suit your material and welding style. Handles industrial standard 4″ or 6″ wire spools and incorporate resettable overload protection to assure long life. Internal fan directs air accross the rectifier heat sinks, cooling the semiconductors and ultimately producing a more controlled welding output. Packaged complete with regulator, wire, tips, nozzle, and instructions. “Quick Set” Weld chart eliminates guess work by simply selecting the material thickness and setting the controls accordingly. Tweco® style gun utilize industry standard replacement parts.

$389.99

Mig Welder 175 Amp 220VAC Welding with Aluminum Spool Gun & Cart


Mig Welder 175 Amp 220VAC Welding with Aluminum Spool Gun & Cart

Eastwoods 175amp max power Mig welder with spool gun; 30% duty cycle at 135 amp. Operates on standard 210-240VAC 22 amp circuits. These units have been tested against the leading U.S. brands and are of comparable quality in both weld penetration and wire feed motor functionality. Don’t be fooled by the low cost- these units have individual and infinite adjustment for voltage and wire speed. NOTE: Spool gun is for welding aluminum ,14 gauge to 1/4″ aluminum plate. Comes with everything you will need except for a bottle of 75% CO2/25% Argon.Includes: Eastwood Mig 175 Welder 2lb. Spool 0.030″ solid mig wire 2lb. Spool 0.030″ 4043 aluminum wire Spool Gun Gas regulator Welding Cart InstructionsThese units are assembled, tested and conform to CE, TUV, and ETL specifications, for U.S. and European sales. Drive motor and rectifier construction offer surpassed weld quality and ease of use.Infinitely adjustable heat (amperage) and wire speed settings tailor the machine to suit your material and welding style. Handles industrial standard 4″ or 6″ wire spools and incorporate resettable overload protection to assure long life. Internal fan directs air accross the rectifier heat sinks, cooling the semiconductors and ultimately producing a more controlled welding output. Packaged complete with regulator, wire, tips, nozzle, and instructions. “Quick Set” Weld chart eliminates guess work by simply selecting the material thickness and setting the controls accordingly. Tweco® style gun utilize industry standard replacement parts.

$749.99

Mig Welder 175 Amp 220VAC Welding & Spool Gun


Mig Welder 175 Amp 220VAC Welding & Spool Gun

Eastwoods new 175amp max power Mig welder with spool gun; 30% duty cycle at 135 amp. Operates on standard 210-240VAC 22 amp circuits. These units have been tested against the leading U.S. brands and are of comparable quality in both weld penetration and wire feed motor functionality. Don’t be fooled by the low cost- these units have individual and infinite adjustment for voltage and wire speed. NOTE: Spool gun is for welding aluminum ,14 gauge to 1/4″ aluminum plate. Comes with everything you will need except for a bottle of 75% CO2/25% Argon.Includes: Eastwood Mig 175 Welder 2lb. Spool 0.030″ solid mig wire 2lb. Spool 0.030″ 4043 aluminum wire Gas regulator Spool gun InstructionsThese units are assembled, tested and conform to CE, TUV, and ETL specifications, for U.S. and European sales. Drive motor and rectifier construction offer surpassed weld quality and ease of use.Infinitely adjustable heat (amperage) and wire speed settings tailor the machine to suit your material and welding style. Handles industrial standard 4″ or 6″ wire spools and incorporate resettable overload protection to assure long life. Internal fan directs air accross the rectifier heat sinks, cooling the semiconductors and ultimately producing a more controlled welding output. Packaged complete with regulator, wire, tips, nozzle, and instructions. “Quick Set” Weld chart eliminates guess work by simply selecting the material thickness and setting the controls accordingly. Tweco® style gun utilize industry standard replacement parts. 3 year manufacuturer’s warranty, backed by Eastwood’s no hassle return policy

$649.99

Forney 85340 MIG Gas Diffuser for MIG Welders


Forney 85340 MIG Gas Diffuser for MIG Welders

Disperses gas along welding tip on MIG welders• Fits Forney 215 and Forney 219 MIG welders• Disperses gas• 90 day warranty against manufacturer defects

$26.1

mig welding argon gas bottles

argon welding gas for a mig welder?



we have a bottle of argon for the mig welder but its 15 years old,does it go bad over time?

Nope you are good to go. Argon is not flammable it just promotes
the welding process. Try a test weld first.

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