How It Works?
Tungsten inert gas welding (TIG) is an arc welding process, which uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode, shrouded by a protective atmosphere of inert gas, such as argon or helium.
How effective this argon shielding gas can perform its function depends on two things. On the one hand, the density of the argon gas, on the other hand, the welding speed.
At higher welding speeds, the arc may easily escape from the argon gas bubble. TIG welding requires great care and precision.
The extra weld metal can be provided by a separate filler rod if necessary. A direct current is used, with the electrode negative, to avoid overheating and undue erosion of the tungsten electrode.
Cost of the course:
1200 EUR + internationally recognized TÜV certification fee 300 EUR + VAT
-18 years of age
Do you need any other knowledge to start the course?
It is not necessary. We start all over from scratch, so even beginners can apply.
What are the experiences of those who have completed a course so far?
Our students who passed the exam were able to find a job almost without exception.
They start work mainly in domestic workplaces, but some of them are immediately employed abroad.
If you want to, our Welding Academy will help you find a good job after a successful exam!