Gas Metal Arc Welding
What is Gas Metal Arc Welding?
Gas Metal Arc Welding is also known as MIG (metal inert gas) and MAG. It is a welding process where an electric arc is formed between a consumable wire electrode and the workpiece metal, causing the pieces to melt and join.
VeriForm has the GMAW capabilities to manufacture very large parts in our facility, where our welding tables support parts up to fifteen by thirty feet!
High-Quality Welds – That Are Quicker & Stronger
Gas Metal Arc Welding is a very common type of welding due to its speed, strength, and versatility of application
- Rebuilding Equipment
- Worn parts can be repaired by using MIG welding in a variety of coatings (stainless steel, bronze nickel, aluminum, or hard surfacing) and in a range of harnesses, for a fraction of the cost of purchasing a new part.
- Overlay of Wear Resistant Coating
- Surface types include: soft and hard bearing, abrasion, fretting and surface fatigue, erosion, low friction, and non-stick properties
- Automotive Repair
- Worn Railroad Track Surface Reinforcement
Certified Gas Metal Arc Welding Experts
We are proud to offer our welding service using only CWB CSA W47.1, W47.2, and W59 certified welders being supervised by our on-staff CWB Certified Welding Supervisors. Not only do we have expert certified welders and supervisors, but we also retain a qualified CWB certified welding engineer, ensuring that all welding projects meet the toughest standards in the industry. You can be sure that your welds will be able to stand up to the conditions that they are intended for.