Frequently Asked Questions


Can different or dissimilar metals be welded together?

Yes, in several circumstances, it is possible to weld the metals easily using the right equipment we are selling at Arctech Sales. In pulse-arc welding, the new alloy of two primary materials is formed by the weld spot location that could be either better or worse than the primary materials. It is possible to join the dissimilar metals in the Tack or Fusion model. The alloy properties determine the weld strength and properties.

Which materials are welded?

Our welding machines and the accessories are suitable for welding services for both common and more exotic metals. Both the experienced and budding welders can safely use our equipment to work with the materials like:

  • Stainless Steel
  • Low Carbon Steel
  • High Carbon Steel
  • Chrome Moly
  • Aluminum

Which protective clothing is needed while doing arc welding?

Protective clothing is inevitable for welding which includes general fire resistant clothing, safety shoes, and glasses, helmet and leathers, and gloves.

How can the hearing be protected when arc welding?

To keep your hearing protected from the adverse effects of excessive noise, the helpful items are the earmuffs and earplugs that prevent the airborne particles and metal sparks from entering ear canals.

How is the proper filter lens selected for the welding helmet?

According to the general rule of thumb, an extremely dark filter is chosen for seeing the arc and then moving to the next lighter setting by not dropping below the minimum ratings, which had been recommended.

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