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THORIATED TIG TUNGSTEN 1.6MM
£13.44INC VAT
£11.20EX VAT
Available 2-3 Days
THORIATED TIG TUNGSTEN 2.4MM
£28.08INC VAT
£23.40EX VAT
Available 2-3 Days
THORIATED TIG TUNGSTEN 3.2MM
£36.60INC VAT
£30.50EX VAT
Available 2-3 Days
ZIRCONIATED 2.4MM TUNGSTEN
£24.60INC VAT
£20.50EX VAT
Available 2-3 Days
ZIRCONIATED 3.2MM TUNGSTEN
£43.32INC VAT
£36.10EX VAT
Available 2-3 Days
ZIRCONIATED 1.6MM TUNGSTEN
£12.96INC VAT
£10.80EX VAT
Available 2-3 Days
GOLD PLUS LANTHANATED TUNGSTEN 1.6MM
£28.68INC VAT
£23.90EX VAT
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GOLD PLUS LANTHANATED TUNGSTEN 2.4MM
£42.00INC VAT
£35.00EX VAT
Available 2-3 Days
GOLD PLUS LANTHANATED TUNGSTEN 3.2MM
£42.00INC VAT
£35.00EX VAT
Available 2-3 Days
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A welding tungsten is a non-consumable electrode which is made out of a rare metallic element. This typical electrode is available in a broad range of different sizes and lengths and is either made up of 99% tungsten or a combination of tungsten and other oxides and elements. It has the highest melting point of any metal so can be used to transfer a welding current to an arc without breaking down or degrading.

TIG welding tungsten types & colour codes

You will find that a lot of welding equipment is colour coded for efficiency and safety and TIG welding tungstens are no exception to this rule. There are three main types of tungsten available from Foster Industrial:

The colour white, zirconiated, is best used for AC welding on aluminium and magnesium. Furthermore, the colour gold, lanthanated, is best suited to welding steel and stainless steel. Finally, thoriated tungsten is coloured in red and best used for carbon and stainless steel, nickel, and titanium.

Buy TIG Welding Tungstens from Foster Industrial

The form and shape of the tungstens that you use will have an impact on the arc quality and the integrity of weld results. This is why it is important to pick your TIG welding tungstens very carefully, no matter whether you are using an AC or DC approach. It is the best way to maximise the efficiency and success of your TIG welding operations.

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