TIG Welding

The basic design of a TIG torch does not change. A tungsten is held within the torch head, inserted into the back cap. Back caps are available in a range of lengths to aid welding is tight areas.
The tungsten goes through a collect and collet body, or a Gas Lens.

A gas lens lets more gas through the torch.

The gas is there to shield your weld from Oxgen getting into it.

The final piece is the ceramic. Lots of different sizes and lengths are in the market to shield your weld from Oxygen

The 2 main TIG torch ranges that we sell and stock parts for are the WP17, WP18 and WP26. These use the same consumables.
The other range is WP9, WP20, WP24, WP25 - these take much smaller parts as the torch heads are generally smaller.
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