MAG and TIG welding
Metal Active Gas (MAG) welding is highly flexible and adaptive, and is used when you wish to obtain high productivity and high quality results. This process is used for manual and semi-automatic welding or automated/robotized installations on low-alloy carbon steels, high-alloy stainless steels or non-ferrous alloys such as aluminum or copper. Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding mixes are mainly used for sensitive stainless steels and aluminum or copper-alloy welding.
Air Liquide supplies a wide range of gas handling equipment designed to safely deliver gas to your application.
Hardgoods and Package Gases can be supplied to customers at virtually any construction and or fabrication site through the Connected Store. The Connected Store is a mobile store that tracks and controls product acquisitions, the storage environment, improves productivity and minimize wastage. The customer benefits include having an outsourced hardgoods (HG) and or package gas (PG) store coupled to an exclusive online stock management system system. The benefits realised include the following:
- Real time stock management
- Traceability on purchased products
- Project / Job consumable cost consolidation and forecast
- Monitor and manage individual employee consumption
- Minimal downtime due to consistent availability of relevant products
- Compliant storage practices
- Secure and controlled access via biometrics
Our ARCAL™ brand offers a full range of high-quality, ready-to-use gas solutions for welding, shielding and cutting applications to help you boost the efficiency and overall productivity of your operations.
As part of our gas supply offers, Air Liquide will conduct a cost analysis productivity (CAP) diagnosis to help you implement the most efficient solution for your operations.
We also provide customer gas utilisation audits, support and advice on welding documents and processes through the Unlocking Hidden Costs of Welding Programme.