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Miller Maxstar 150 STH TIG Welder 907136
Miller Maxstar 150 STH TIG Welder 907136
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Miller Maxstar 150 STH TIG Welder 907136

Harris Welding Supplies offers TIG welders for (GTAW) gas tungsten arc welding offering AC and DC TIG welding on aluminum and other metals. Inverter TIG Welders are portable and ideal for critical applications including maintenance, fabrication, motorsports, automotive, piping, and shipbuilding.

TIG (tungsten inert gas) welding is used to make precise, critical welds when joining metals such as mild steel, aluminum, or stainless steel. TIG welding is a two handed process (one hand holds the torch while the other feeds filler metal) and commonly involves a foot pedal or fingertip remote to control the arc voltage while welding. Like MIG welding, a shielding gas (typically argon) is required.

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
- See more at: https://www.millerwelds.com/resources/welding-resources/tig-welding-resources/tig-welding-tips-intro#sthash.5GMpoHEO.dpuf
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
TIG Welding allows you to weld more metals and alloys than any other process

TIG welders can be used to weld steel, stainless steel, chromoly, aluminum, nickel alloys, magnesium, copper, brass, bronze, and even gold. TIG is a useful welding process for welding wagons, bike frames, lawn mowers, door handles, fenders, and more.

-Create high quality, clean welds

With superior arc and weld puddle control, TIG allows you to create clean welds when appearances count. Because the heat input is often controlled by pressing on a foot pedal, similar to driving a car, TIG welding allows you to heat up or cool down the weld puddle giving you precise weld bead control. This makes TIG welding ideal for cosmetic welds like sculptures and automotive welds.

-No sparks or spatter

Because only the necessary amount of filler metal is added to the welding puddle, no spatter or sparks are produced (if the metal being welded is clean).

-No flux or slag

Because the Argon gas protects the weld puddle from contamination, no flux is required or used in TIG welding and there is no slag to block your view of the weld puddle. Also, the finished weld will not have slag to remove between weld passes.

-No smoke or fumes
 
TIG welding does not create smoke or fumes, unless the base metal being welded contains contaminants or elements such as, oil, grease, paint, lead or zinc. The base metal should be cleaned before welding.

-Use one shielding gas (Argon) for all applications

Because Argon can be used to TIG weld all metals and thicknesses you only need one type of gas in your shop to handle all of your welding projects.

-Weld in all positions  

TIG welds can be made in all positions - flat, horizontal, vertical or overhead. Perfect for roll cages and inside confined areas.


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
- See more at: https://www.millerwelds.com/resources/welding-resources/tig-welding-resources/tig-welding-tips-intro#sthash.5GMpoHEO.dpuf

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
- See more at: https://www.millerwelds.com/resources/welding-resources/tig-welding-resources/tig-welding-tips-intro#sthash.5GMpoHEO.dpuf

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
- See more at: https://www.millerwelds.com/resources/welding-resources/tig-welding-resources/tig-welding-tips-intro#sthash.5GMpoHEO.dpuf

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
- See more at: https://www.millerwelds.com/resources/welding-resources/tig-welding-resources/tig-welding-tips-intro#sthash.5GMpoHEO.dpuf

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
- See more at: https://www.millerwelds.com/resources/welding-resources/tig-welding-resources/tig-welding-tips-intro#sthash.5GMpoHEO.dpuf