MIG/MAG is among the methods of arc welding using a consumable electrode in protective gas. It uses an electric arc between the wire being fed and the weldment. This method is classified according to the composition of the shielding gas to MAG (Metal Active Gas), when the protective gas is active and reacts with the molten pool, or MIG (Metal Inter Gas), when, conversely, the protective gas does not react with the molten pool.
Advantages of this welding:
To perform MIG/MAG welding the company uses Cloos GLC 356/456/556-C welders.