MIG & TIG Welding

MIG and TIG Welding Services

MIG welding is faster and more efficient, making it more practical and effective for large-scale production. Although slower, TIG welding produces precise and visually appealing welds ideal for intricate work and projects requiring superior weld quality. MIG and TIG welding play critical roles in fabrication because they provide distinct advantages few other welding processes offer. 

By having both techniques available, fabricators can choose the method that best suits their specific project requirements.

For reliable MIG and TIG welding services in Pennsylvania and the surrounding areas, PBZ manufacturing is the one-stop shop for everything you need. We offer a complete range of solutions to speed up your manufacturing processes and help your organization run smoother and more efficiently. We’ve been meeting the needs of local industries since 1947 and will put our capabilities and resourcefulness to work to help grow your business and increase your bottom line.

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Full-Service MIG and TIG Welding From PBZ Manufacturing

PBZ is a go-to source for MIG and TIG welding services for all different industries and applications. We’re equipped to deliver the precision machinery and welding expertise you need to take your operation to the next level. We offer many state-of-the-art welding stations and an extensive staff of skilled personnel with the knowledge and experience to get the job done right.

Here’s how you benefit from our MIG and TIG welding services:

  • All of our welders are D1.1 certified
  • A family-owned business that reflects the resourcefulness and ingenuity the company was founded on
  • MIG and TIG welders trained to use the latest tools, techniques and technologies
  • Reliable customer service and helpful guidance and advice throughout the manufacturing process
  • Fast turnaround on orders and the capacity to work on projects of virtually any size and scope

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Metal inert gas (MIG) welding involves feeding a wire electrode through a welding gun while simultaneously releasing a shielding gas. This combination creates an electric arc between the wire and the workpiece, melting the wire and fusing the metal to form a strong joint.

MIG welding is known for increased efficiency, speed, versatility and simplicity compared to more complex methods. MIG welding is prevalent in manufacturing settings and is suitable for welding various metal types, including mild steel, aluminum and stainless steel. It is popular in the automotive, construction and manufacturing industries for welding thicker materials like steel.

MIG welding is also well-suited for high-production applications where speed is crucial, such as assembly line manufacturing, as it allows for fast and continuous welding. Because of its ability to create highly durable welds, many companies choose MIG welding for structural fabrication projects, such as building frames and heavy machinery. Additionally, MIG welding is valuable in repair and maintenance work, allowing operators to complete projects faster.

From hot and cold rolled steel to aluminum, the certified welders at PBZ can work with your structural and design requirements.

Tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding provides a versatile method of joining thin pieces and sheets of aluminum, copper, magnesium and other stainless steel and non-ferrous materials. The process uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to create an electric arc between the electrode and the workpiece. The welder manually feeds the filler metal into the joint while a shielding gas protects the weld zone, resulting in a clean and accurate weld.

TIG welding works well for projects requiring high accuracy and aesthetic appeal. It is ideal for welding thin metals in projects where maintaining the integrity and appearance of the weld is crucial. Due to its precise control and low heat input, TIG welding is often used in precision automotive and aircraft fabrication jobs, joining lightweight materials without compromising strength. 

TIG welding is favored in the food and beverage industry, as it ensures clean and hygienic welds on stainless steel equipment. TIG welding is also popular for businesses specializing in decorative items and custom metalwork that require visually pleasing welds. Additionally, it is common in specialized industries requiring superior quality and high reliability, like nuclear power.

If you’re looking for TIG welding near you, trust our team of certified welders at PBZ Manufacturing to handle your unique applications.

The Value of Choosing PBZ for Your Welding Needs

Whether you don’t have the right equipment or skilled labor or you’re looking for improved versatility and efficiency, we have the answer. We provide certified MIG and TIG welders trained to follow project specifications to ensure your parts and products are engineered to meet the highest quality standards. Our team will assist in analyzing your requirements to deliver the solutions that make the most sense for your business.

In addition to MIG and TIG welding services in Pennsylvania, we offer end-to-end services from design, engineering and manufacturing through finishingassembling and shipping. By working with a single-source provider, you can shorten lead times and ensure quality at every stage of the process.

Additional reasons to partner with us include:

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Get in Touch with PBZ Today

PBZ Manufacturing is the perfect choice if you’re looking for TIG and MIG welding near you. Learn more about our welding services for businesses in Pennsylvania and throughout the region. We also offer finishing, assembly and shipping services, making us a truly full-service manufacturer. Contact us online or call 717-721-5350 for more information and to request a free quote and consultation.

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