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Welding Equipment

When it comes to auto repair work, being able to work with metal is one of the most important qualities of a shop. There is a huge range of repairs and work you can perform when you have the proper welding equipment on hand. Make sure your shop can handle anything with our wide selection of high-quality gear. We proudly provide the best tools for cutting edge manufacturers so that you can rest assured that you are getting quality and reliability with everything you order. With our low prices on the largest collection of hardware, equipping your shop has never been easier!

There are many different tasks that are covered by the wide umbrella term that is welding. Brazing and soldering are the two main jobs that describe the difference between using low and high temperatures to join two components using liquid metal. To this end, we have every piece of welding equipment necessary for your next project. Find handheld brazing and soldering tools, as well as entire kits and stations to suit the size and scope of your task. There is plenty of power behind our machines, and whether you are using a micro tool for precise work or a large station for the largest body jobs, you can work with total confidence in your equipment.

Not only can you find the tools and machines themselves, but we have many different parts that will let you handle any job and keep your welding equipment running at its best. Cutters, wire, helmets, and goggles will keep you welding every day, from the second you put on your safety gear to the finished project. Whether you need tips and nozzles or other accessories, heat shrink tubing, screens, and blankets, or the welders themselves, we have you covered. Find dozens of types and designs and get the best heating equipment on the market that will perfectly handle your needs.

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Goliath Cart GWS-FL1 Destructive Weld Test Stand w/Floor Mount Goliath GWS-FL1 Destructive Weld Test Stand w/Foor Mount

Goliath Cart LLC GWS-FL1 Destructive Weld Test Stand w/Floor Mount

made in USA

List Price: $975.00
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Goliath Cart GWS-MOB1 Destructive Weld Test Stand w/Mobile Base Goliath GWS-MOB1 Destructive Weld Test Stand w/Mobile Base

Goliath Cart LLC GWS-MOB1 Destructive Weld Test Stand w/Mobile Base

made in USA

List Price: $1,299.00
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Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What equipment is used in welding?

A: Because there are so many different tasks that are covered by the umbrella term “welding,” there’s also a wide variety of what could be deemed “welding equipment.” The most basic equipment a person uses for welding would probably include a heat gun or torch, a welding helmet, welding gloves, and goggles. On our website, we’ve organized our welding equipment into the following categories: Oxy-Acetylene Gas Welding/Cutting, Heat Shrink Tubing, Heat Guns, Torches and Accessories, Welding Helmets and Goggles, Spot Weld Cutters, Mig Tig Stick and Spot Welders, Plasma Cutters, Welding Accessories, Welding Screens/Blankets, Brazing Heating & Soldering, Mig Wire and Consumables, Tips Nozzles & Accessories, and Welding Gloves.

Q: What are the 7 basic types of welding?

A: According to well-respected tech schools like Iowa Valley Community College District, New England Institute of Technology, and Lincoln Tech, there are four main types of welding. These types include: MIG - Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), TIG - Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW), Stick - Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW), and Flux-Cored - Flux-Cored Arc Welding (FCAW). Other websites also include Energy Beam Welding (EBW), Atomic Hydrogen Welding (AHW), Gas Tungsten-Arc Welding, and Plasma Arc Welding.

Q: What are welding machines?

A: Welding machines, also called heat guns or torches, produce enough heat to melt two materials--usually metals--together. Each type of welding is going to require a different welding machine, though. For example, Shielded Metal Arc Welding (SMAW) uses a Stick Machine while Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW) uses a MIG machine.