TIG AND MIG WELDING
Repair of cast iron, puter, mild steel, stainless steel and
alluminium parts of motorbikes, cars, boats, trailers,
heavy duty vehicles, etc. can be done.
In TIG welding, a tungsten electrode heats the metal you are welding
and gas (most commonly Argon) protects the weld puddle from
airborne contaminants. TIG welding produces clean, precise welds
on any metal.
TIG welding uses a non-consumable tungsten Filler metal, when
required, is added by hand. Shielding gas protects the weld and
tungsten. Produces high quality, clean welds. Welds more metals
than any other process.
TIG stands for Tungsten Inert Gas, after the tungsten electrode,
and the sheath of inert gas (argon or an argon mixture) surrounding it.
The process of MIG welding involves a "shielding gas" and
"wire electrode" being funneled through a welding gun and onto
the welding area. The shielding gas is designed to keep unwanted external contamination from affecting the welding area and thus compromising the MIG welding job. The wire electrode is the energy constant that carries out the MIG welding itself-it
becomes consumed in the process, making the "wire" disappear
once it hits the welding area.
STAINLESS STEEL BRAAIS
It is available in three different sizes:
*SPIT BRAAI -
Sheep +- 18 kg approxamately 3 hours. Use 5Kg charcoal. No electricity. No need to rotate.
Three chickens, approxamately 1 hour. Use 25 blocks of charcoal.
One chicken, approxamately fourty-five minutes. Use 10 blocks of charcoal
STAINLESS STEEL DISHES are also made on order.
Designing and manufacturing of:
ASTIG SPECIALISE IN DESIGN AND MANUFACTURING OF UNIQUE MACHINERY.