Welding Equipment products for sale online in Zambia

Includes stick welders, TIG welders, MIG welders, multi-process welders,
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Welding Equipment

Includes stick welders, TIG welders, MIG welders, multi-process welders,

Welding is a fabrication process that uses high temperatures to melt and fuse parts together. However, it should be noted that pressure can also be used to aid the process or be used exclusively to produce a weld.

There are quite a few different types of welding machines knocking around. These machines generate heat that melts metal parts so they can be joined. However, there isn't a single welding machine that is suitable for all welding purposes. Larger welding machines tend to be found in industrial sites like factories, while smaller ones are more ideal for domestic or amateur purposes.

Welding requires so many tools, and you will be working with so much heat and so many pressurized components that the danger may seem overwhelming. There is no need to be worried. Here is a list of some of the best welding tools for help you work safely and efficiently.

  • Auto-darkening welding helmet - The most basic and most recognizable piece of welding equipment you can get, the welding helmet is a staple of the craft and a safety necessity. It is used to prevent sparks and flames from scarring your face while you work and prevent damage to the skin and eyes from the heat.
  • Welding gloves - Consist of layers of robust fabrics and insulation, preventing injuries from heat and stray sparks. They are easy to find anywhere you buy gloves, but they are essential to any form of welding you might do.
  • Welding pliers - Widely available in most hardware stores, they have several uses which include removing the nozzle from the MIG gun, loosen and tighten the contact tip, cut 1/4″ stick-out, remove weld spatter and more.
  • Welding magnets - Hold pieces of metal in place without the use of clamps and manipulate them easily.
  • Chipping hammer - One facet of MIG welding or stick welding is the condensation of slag as the metal melts and forms into the weld. This slag needs to be chipped away at times. This is what the chipping hammer is for. Chipping hammers have a flat side and a pointed side, optimised for different kinds of slag.
  • Framing jig - Provides an apparatus for welding at 90-degree angles. While you could use a welding magnet for this, a framing jig allows for a much greater degree of support while welding and allows for heavier metal pieces to be used.
  • Metal brush - Removes slag and charring from the top of cooled welds and leaves the whole thing looking nice and clean.

If you are a welder or a DIY enthusiast, you need the best equipment and supplies to get your job done professionally. Here, you can browse and buy an extensive range of the most respected brands of welding machines and accessories from various suppliers. Welding equipment includes stick welders, TIG welders, MIG welders, multi-process welders, advanced process welders, multi-operator welders, engine drives, submerged arc equipment, and wire feeders for arc welding. No matter the welding process you use, you will not go wrong by shopping from suppliers here. Sellers ensure that they always have the equipment to match your welding expertise and process.

Most welders also use an angle grinder to help smooth out joints, wire brushes, to clean metal surfaces or abrade them before welding, a chipping slag hammer, C-clamps, ball peen hammer, electrode tip cleaners, flint strikers, needle nose and linesmen cutting pliers.

Welding Machines

  • MIG welding machine.
  • TIG welding machine.
  • Spot welding machine.
  • Thyristor MIG welding machine.
  • Shielded metal arc welding machine.
  • Flux core arc welding machine.
  • Energy beam welding machine.
  • Atomic hydrogen welding machine.