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MAG Welding

ctive shielding gases are used in this technique. These gases may interact with filler metal as it transfers over the arc and into the weld pool, changing the chemical and/or mechanical characteristics of the resultant weld. Carbon dioxide or argon, carbon dioxide, and oxygen mixes are utilised as active shielding gases while welding steel. Examples of these active gases include CO2 , Ar + 2 to 5% O2 , Ar + 5 to 25% CO2 and Ar + CO2 + O2.

Why Choose Fanero for High-Quality TIG, MIG, MAG, and Spot Welding Outsourcing?

Fanero strives to deliver flawless and high-quality service in three different versions. We work on production and design to guarantee that your TIG, MIG, and MAG welding services are completed on schedule and without bottlenecks

Quick turnaround times

We have a global infrastructure of firms and delivery hubs to ensure that our TIG, MIG, and Spot Welding services are delivered as quickly as possible without sacrificing quality.

Team of Highly Qualified Individuals

Our team consists of industry specialists with 100+ person-hours of experience, practical manufacturing expertise, and theoretical design understanding.

Dedicated Point of Contact

When you entrust FANERO with your TIG, MIG, and spot welding, we immediately appoint a specialised project manager as the point of contact (SPOC) for clear communication and seamless management of the partnership from the first day until the project is completed.

Scalable Service Packages

Fanero takes pride in offering service flexibility. As a consequence, we can grow our workforce to meet the demands of any TIG, MIG, and spot welding outsourcing project.