TIP TIG welding is 100 to 500% faster than TIG with superior quality than traditional TIG - Pulsed MIG - FCAW
From the pipe root to the pipe cap, TIP TIG always delivers the the highest manual and automated weld quality
Note the rapid weave oscillation speed for this 30 mm wide TIP TIG weld. What is remarkable about TIP TIG is you can do this with simple, low cost weld automation or sit a manual welder by the pipe and produce extraordinary pipe manual weld quality at manual weld speeds 200 - 300% faster than your regular TIG welders could achieve
View the untouched weld in the video below..
|TIP TIG. NO DEFECTS - NO GRIND - NO OXIDES - NO SMOKE
When you want the best control of weld fusion or clad weld dilution, or the cleanest welds with the least possible internal weld defects, you select the TIP TIG process and achieve
those welds with the lowest possible weld heat input.
TAKE NOTE OF THE THE UNUSUAL, UNTOUCHED STEEL WELD CLEANLINESS AND VERY SMALL WELD HAZ .
|For those contemplating the purchase of traditional Hot / Cold Wire weld equipment, please be aware that in contrast to the TIP TIG process, the automated Hot Wire TIG processes does not change the TIG weld dynamics and cannot provide the manual or
automated TIG weld quality or productivity attainable from the TIP TIG process.
Note the Hot - Cold Wire TIG processes are not suited for manual welding. With TIP TIG you have the world's best "manual and automated weld process.
CONSIDERING TIG WELD OR CLAD AUTOMATION.
Their are many differences between Hot Wire TIG and TIP TIG.
THE HOT WIRE TIG PROCESS HAS BEEN THE AUTOMATED WELD PROCESS OF CHOICE FOR TURBINE WELDS, AIR CRAFT PARTS AND WELDS IN NUCLEAR PLANTS. THIS PORTION OF THE SITE REVEALS THE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN HOT WIRE TIG AND THE TIP TIG PROCESS AND WE ALSO SHOW HOW THE MANUAL OR AUTOMATED TIP TIG PROCESS CAN PRODUCE SUPERIOR CLAD AND WELD QUALITY AND PRODUCTIVITY ON MANY ALLOY WELD APPLICATIONS:
AUTOMATED HOT WIRE TIG INFO: To provide additional energy into the rapid solidifying TIG weld, the Hot Wire TIG process simply provides a separate AC or DC power source that typically delivers 50 to 100 amps (pre-heats the wire) to a continuous fed weld wire that runs through the torch into a conventional TIG arc.
HOT WIRE TIG IS CONSIDERED A SENSITIVE PROCESS WHEN USED ON COMMON LOW TO MODERATE CURRENT TIG WELD OR CLAD APPLICATIONS:
On low to moderate current Hot Wire TIG applications, the Hot Wire current may only provide a partial weld energy solution to the rapid solidifying, small TIG weld pool.
Apart from the weld current and Hot Wire amps utilized, the weld energy is further influenced by the weld positions, the weld techniques, the arc length variations, the weld wire to tungsten position and distance, the part thickness, the alloys welded and the weld wire size and composition.
The problem with either the automated Hot and Cold Wire TIG process is no matter what type of sophisticated TIG power source is utilized, when using low to moderate TIG weld current, these processes will produce welds with a small fluid weld zone, and the rapid solidifying welds will have low surface tension and have poor receptivity to high wire feed rates.
A rapid solidifying Hot Wire TIG weld will influence the amount of weld wire that can be fed into the weld pool and also influence arc deflection. In the Hot Wire TIG weld current range < 250 amps, which is common for many all position welds and welds on parts < 5 mm, the traditional Hot Wire process is considered a sensitive process and this is the prime reason the automated Hot Wire process is poorly suited as a "manual semi-automatic
To reduce the sensitivity to weld wire delivery of over 1.5 lbs/hr, the TIG weld dynamics have to change.
The regular, automated Hot Wire TIG Weld process is especially sensitive to weld wire delivery when welding or cladding with alloys using the moderate current range of 100 - 250 amps which is typical for horizontal and vertical up welds. For these welds or clad applications, the traditional, automated 0.035 (0.9 mm) HOT wire feed rates will typically be in the 100 - 200 inch/min range. To help maintain a stable arc and uniform weld energy level with automated Hot Wire welds, automatic volt control (AVC) equipment is used to rigidly maintain the optimum tungsten to work distance (arc length).
Note: Automated "Cold Wire" TIG welds simply provide the same weld deposition that a regular manual TIG welder can make. This is a process that is extremely sensitive to arc length variations and not suited to most manual welds.
With conventional Hot Wire TIG welds, many companies will purchase costly automated equipment to weld seams, deep groove, narrow gap alloy applications or provide bore welds or cladding for valves pipes and other components. From a weld quality perspective the automated, multi-pass Hot wire TIG welds will typically be excellent with small amounts of weld porosity, weld oxide inclusions and the occasional lack of weld fusion. With the sophisticated costly, automated equipment the all position weld speeds will typically be 4 - 8 inch/min.
NEW WELD QUALITY AND WELD PRODUCT LIABILTY CONCERNS:
You have to manually clad the end of a pipe ID with Inconel. You could use
Pulsed MIG as shown on the LEFT or use TIP TIG as shown on the RIGHT.
LOW COST OPTIMUM WELD AUTOMATION:
| When you have the semi-automatic TIP TIG process and weld parts on a rotary positioner you produce welds with extraordinary weld controls and welds with extraordinary quality and productivity.
At our TIP TIG facility in Philadelphia, if you require, we can build or supply you with moderate cost weld automation that enables extraordinary weld quality, however it's also important to note that most of our manual TIP TIG welds will be superior quality than what most automated TIG and Pulsed MIG welds provide.
AUTOMATED CLADDING IS A COMMON WELD APPLICATION AND THE
WELD SHOP HAS A VARIETY OF PROCESSES TO CHOOSE FROM,
HOWEVER NONE WILL PROVIDE THE WELD QUALITY ATTAINED BY TIP TIG.
When automated weld cladding is required, the weld shop has many weld process options. However when "defect free" clad weld quality is required there are a few practical weld process options.
PULSED MIG CLADDING. Pulsed MIG is fine for manual welds in which NDT is not applied to the internal weld quality. Pulsed MIG is a great process for external, boiler water wall panel clad welds in which the NDT weld quality criteria is typically weld surface chemistry requirements or visual specifications, however when the inconel or stainless Pulsed MIG cladding is subject to machining, X-Rays or UT examination, this process will likely reveal on many applications that the welds have lack of weld fusion, weld porosity, small pore inclusions and inconsistent weld ties-ins. Pulsed MIG clad welds will also frequently cause distortion and have negative impact on the parts mechanical properties.
HOT / COLD WIRE TIG CLADDING: In contrast to the available MIG weld modes, the automated Hot Wire TIG process when used for clad welds provides far superior weld quality, however this process as noted at this site when used with low to moderate current and using AVC will still be highly sensitive to many weld variables. That weld sensitivity restricts the wire feed rates utilized which also limits the weld current and weld speeds. Often the automated Hot Wire TIG welds will reveal small pores, inclusions, and occasional lack of weld fusion subjecting the welds to weld rework and further machining.
|TIP TIG 409 16 GAGE SEAM WELDS.||TIP TIG 409 16 GAGE SEAM WELDS|
Philadelphia Naval Center is the home of TIP TIG USA.
We are looking in the USA - Brazil SA and Canada
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A FEW OF THE COMPANIES WHO HAVE PURCHASED THE TIP TIG PROCESS
OR ATTENDED THE TIP TIG OPEN HOUSE AND WORK SHOPS .
AREVEA - EXON - WESTINGHOUSE - WELDING SERVICES - KELLY CONSTRUCTION - TI-FAB - DELTA AIRLINES - ARMISTEAD MECHANICAL - UNION METAL - MID STATE CONTRACTING - FLUOR - BECHTEL -TRIUMPH FABRICATIONS - SIEMENS - ROLLS ROYCE - ENERFAB - DIAMOND POWER - EXON - NOOTER - BODY COTE - SPACEX - NORTHROP GRUMMAN AND MANY MORE.
WITH WELD AUTOMATION ON PARTS THAT REQUIRE WELD QUALITY BEYOND THAT ATTAINABLE WITH THE MIG PROCESS, IT PAYS TO USE A WELD PROCESS THAT CONSISTENTLY DELIVERS THE BEST WELD QUALITY.
For the last thirty years, most of
the global welding robots have been sold to car and truck plants and these plants typically
use the MIG process with their robots.
Note: In my 600 page book, "A Management Engineers Guide to MIG, weld Quality - Costs - Training" published in 1996, I wrote close to a 100 pages on the pulsed MIG process and described the primary weld issues such as arc instability, lack of weld fusion and porosity issues. 15 years later in 2011 the same pulsed MIG problems exist.
The TIG weld rules change with the TIP TIG process. When quality welds are required to meet code requirements, we can show you in ten minutes that
TIP TIG will produce both the best manual and automated weld quality.
Want to see a manual TIG process that
is producing 200- 300% more weld production
Thanks to the unique TIP TIG wire feed and torch, these two welders can hand over the TIP TIG torch to each other while maintaining the vertical up weld with deposition rates on this pipe at 300% greater than that attained by any regular TIG welder.
For those interested in obtaining consistent optimum manual and automated weld quality & productivity remember TIP TIG weld quality will always be superior than regular TIG
One inch (25mm) wall pipe with the manual TIP TIG welder depositing "agitated welds with superior quality" than regular TIG. The semi-automated TIP TIG process is producing a weld quality and productivity beyond the automated Hot Wire TIG process. With this amount of torch movement its easy to see why TIP TIG is also suited to automated weld - cladd applications.
|LOW COST TIP TIG CLAD WELD AUTOMATION:
It's this simple, you may be using traditional Hot or Cold Wire TIG for your clad weld applications, however please be aware these processes cannot attain the vertical up or horizontal weld quality / productivity achieved by the TIP TIG process.
Many bore clad welds are made with the inferior MIG short circuit or the Pulsed MIG processes.
The pulsed MIG processes when use for alloy clad welds may;
[a] provide excess weld heat in the welds and parts causing mechanical, corrosion or distortion concerns.
[b] create lack of fusion especially with the use of sluggish alloys,
[c] generate weld porosity or oxide inclusions,
[d] create weld spatter,
[d] produce poor weld tie ins.
With the clad equipment shown below typical vertical up TIP TIG clad "weld speeds" on applications as indicated in the photo would be between 15 and 25 inch/min. TIP TIG automated clad welds frequently will not require costly Automatic Height Controls (AVC) for the tungsten to work setting or other sophisticated equipment. No matter how complex the weld application or the alloy welded, with TIP TIG the weld procedures will be both few and simple.
TIP TIG Automated Stainless - Inconel Cladding.
Highest Quality at Lowest Costs
|TIP TIG: LOWEST WELD HEAT INPUT. NO SPATTER. NO LACK OF WELD FUSION. NO ARC VOLTAGE CONTROLS. CLEANEST WELDS WITH NO REQUIRED WELD REWORK AFTER 100% X-RAY.|
 In contrast to regular Hot / Cold wire TIG, with the TIP TIG automated process, the weld puddle dynamics are dramatically changed.
The TIP TIG increased wire feed rates enable increased TIG weld current which combine with the TIP TIG hot wire current and unique weld pool agitation. The resulting larger TIP TIG fluid weld area enables an increase in weld production. The faster weld speeds that result dramatically can reduce weld heat input. With TIP TIG you would expect superior, multi pass TIG weld quality with less weld pores, less inclusions and improved weld fusion.
With TIP TIG increase the automated TIG wire feed rates, provide superior
welds and mechanicals while dramatically reducing the part weld heat input.
Multi Port Flow Diverter. Material Super Duplex. Euro Weld ER2594 2" Sch 80.
|The company welding these parts would typically use costly AMET equipment with Hot Wire TIG, they now use the TIP TIG process and have attained dramatic improvements in both weld productivity and quality.
You can use the world's most costly, sophisticated, automated and Hot Wire weld equipment, however if you want to increase your auto weld productivity by one to four hundred percent and improve both the weld quality, mechanical and corrosion properties, give consideration to TIP TIG.
FOR COMPLETE TIP TIG DESCRIPTION,
visit the TIP TIG home - manual pages of TIP TIG.
TIP TIG and a low cost $800 rotary positioner producing the
highest automation weld quality and productivity.
IF MIG OR FLUX CORED MEETS YOUR DAILY WELD QUALITY REQUIREMENTS, IT MEANS
YOU ARE NOT CONCERNED WITH INTERNAL WELD QUALITY AND YOU DON'T NEED TIP TIG.
TIG WELD QUALITY: The TIP TIG process will provide your organization with the manual and automated
capability to attain weld and clad quality levels way beyond the conventional TIG
- Hot - Cold Wire TIG - Pulsed MIG and the Flux Cored process.
Every weld engineer and technician knows the difficulty with attaining
perfect weld quality on small round code quality applications like this.
APPLICATION: Automated rotary TIP TIG Bushing 6 mm fillet welds. Low alloy steel.
High pressure hydraulic components.
TIP TIG provided consistent 100 % defect free welds. The bushing weld cycle time was 15 seconds. With pulsed MIG you would have had lack of weld fusion concerns and always poor weld tie-ins. There is no other process that will repeat the weld quality attained on this automated weld project.
TIP TIG IS EASY TO AUTOMATE AND SHOULD PROVIDE A
WELD QUALITY NOT ATTAINABLE WITH ANY OTHER PROCESS
TIP TIG DOES NOT HAVE THE WELD ISSUES ASSOCIATED WITH HOT WIRE TIG WELDS .
TIP TIG AUTOMATED WELDS
ON HYDRAULIC PARTS.
Instant high weld energy is always beneficial on small round welds where there should always be concern for the weld fusion and the weld tie-ins. The focused, TIP TIG arc plasma and agitated weld will provide superior weld fusion than pulsed MIG.
The TIP TIG hot wire current and weld puddle agitation will reduce weld porosity potential. Note the TIP TIG weld speed for the 6mm fillet, a weld speed that should remind you of a MIG fillet weld.
TIP TIG typically did not require arc voltage control equipment. Simply add a Bug-O or rotary positioner to the TIP TIG process and you have fully controlled automated welds that provide the best possible weld quality.
Note the weld smoke is from the drilling lubricants on the parts.
CONSISDER TIP TIG WHEN YOU NEED QUALITY
BEYOND REGULAR TIG OR PULSED MIG
TIP TIG ALWAYS OPTIMUM WELD QUALITY AT MIG SPEEDS.
Low Cost Automation. 17- 4PH Base Material Weld Sample welded with TIP TIG
|OIL INDUSTRY PART. 60 TIP TIG WELD PASSES WITH MINIMUM CLEANING NOTE THE LACK OF DEFECTS THE GOOD WELD FUSION AND SMALL WELD HAZ.||TIP TIG WELDS A DEEP "J" GROOVE 17- 4PH JOINT WITH ER630, 035 WELD WIRE. THIS MANUAL / ROTARY TIP TIG WELD IS MADE 300% FASTER THAN MANUAL TIG. MINIMAL WELD CLEANING AND ZERO REWORK.|
Application: AUTOMATED TIG SEAM WELDS.
Typical material: Stainless. Thickness 1.5 - 4.8mm
Full fusion butt welds. No prep. Welds must be defect free.
Typical averge TIG weld speeds range 6 - 12 inch/min.
TIP TIG on Hastelloys - Duplex - Stainless - Inconels or any Alloy seam welds, simply add TIP TIG to that seam welder and dramaticlly increase weld production with superior weld quality.
WELD DEPOSITION DRIVES WELD SPEEDS.
REGULAR TIG VERSUS TIP TIG PIPE WELD DEPOSITION DIFFERENCES.
This table represents the most common all position steels and alloy steel applications.
| Pipe Root||
Regular Manual TIG
wire feed rate.
Manual TIP TIG
wire feed rate increase.
25 - 50%
| Pipe Fill
Wall < 3/8 (a)
100 - 200%
| Pipe Fill
Wall > 3/8
100 - 300%
| 1/8 Fillet||
100 - 200%
| 3/16 Fillet
Great setting also for all position cladding
| 1/4 Fillet||
200 to 400%
Note: Green is conversion from 3/32 2.4 mm wire to 0.035 0.9 mm wire.
5G pipe weld figures are real world. You will have some TIG welders that will
deposit slightly more weld wire and there will be TIP TIG welders that
can provide higher wire feed rates. TIP TIG rates will increase with automation.
TIP TIG is a process that provides a unique, patent pending
mechanical solution to change the TIG weld dynamics
TIG TIP welds with higher deposition rates than traditional manual TIG and also with higher deposition rates than many automated Hot Wire TIG applications reducing
weld labor costs.
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WHILE AUTOMATION IS ABOUT CONTROL AND PRODUCIVITY TAKE A LOOK AT THE COST SAVINGS GENERATED
FROM THE MANUAL TIP TIG PROCESS THAT SHOULD ALWAYS PROUCE OPTIMUM WELD QUALITY.
TRADITIONAL TIG PIPE WELDING. TIP TIG PIPE WELDING
BETTER QUALITY 50 - 450-% MORE WELD.
TIP TIG provides a dramatic solution for a weld industry that's facing
increased labor and weld rework costs and a shortage of skilled welders.
For a comparison of these two similar pipe welds, start the regular TIG welder on the left then start the TIP TIG video on the right and compare the TIP TIG process with the regular TIG process. The regular TIG welder is like many highly experienced TIG pipe welders, working hard and depositing little. Which welder looks like he is the most comfortable and applying the most control of the weld? Which welder is depositing 200 percent more weld wire?
2G - 5 G PIPE: FILL PASS WELDS AND AVERAGE TIG DEPOSITION RATES.
Watch the clock on the videos and examine the weld times shown. You will note in approx 60 seconds the left regular TIG welder actually deposits around 6 to 8 inches of 3/32 wire. For cost purpose, using the regular TIG process we will work with
a generous, average wire length deposition of 8 inch/min of 3/32 (2.4mm) wire = 0.8 lb/hr.
5G PIPE: TIP TIG VERSUS REGULAR TIG WELD DEPOSITION RATE & DUTY CYCLES:
ARC ON TIME: For our cost evaluation with regular TIG we use an average hourly arc on time of 20 min/hr. In contrast TIP TIG is a "semi-automatic process" so there should be less use of arc start / stops as there is no need to stop welding to get a new weld wire length. For this fundamental pipe cost analysis, TIP TIG requires minimum arc starts / stops, therefore for TIP TIG we use an arc on time of 30 min/hr.
REGULAR TIG "FILL PASS" PIPE DEPOSITION 0.26 TO 0.3 lb/hr. As we are comparing regular TIG with TIP TIG, we use the common 3/32 TIG wire diameter utilized for pipe welding versus an 0.035 (0.9 mm) wire on a reel with TIP TIG. The 8 inch/min of 3/32 TIG wire is the equivalent of approx. 56 inch/min of the 0.035 wire. That 56 inch of 0.035 wire is approx. 0.8 pounds per/hr. With a 20 minute arc time, the regular TIG welder when providing 5G pipe fill pass TIG welds deposits on average 0.28 lb/hr.
5G PIPE . TIP TIG FILL PASS WELD DEPOSITION AND WELD COSTS:
In the video on the above right, the TIP TIG welder is using an 0.035 wire reel. In contrast to the regular TIG weld depositing 0.28 lb/hr, a conservative manual TIP TIG 0.035 weld wire rate for the vertical up fill passes on pipe < 3/8 wall would be 130 inch/min = 1.8 lb/hr with a 30 minute arc on time thats approx. 0.97 lb/hr. In contrast to regular TIG depositing 0.28 lb/hr. (TIP TIG 250% more).
Note on thicker wall or large diameter pipe TIP TIG would deposit 200 - 250 inch /min = 3 - 3.7 lb/hr. 30 minute arc on time 1.5 - 1.9 lb/hr. (TIP TIG 400 - 500% more)
TIP TIG CAN REDUCE WELD PREPS. DRAMATIC LABOR & CONSUMABLE COST SAVINGS:
Another cost benefit with the TIP TIG process is the improved weld surface tension and agitated weld pool improves the flow
of weld metal and typically enables a reduction in traditional pipe groove vee and J groove weld preps. For example if you are using combined vee preps of 60 degrees consider with TIP TIG using 40 - 50 degrees.
TIP TIG LESS DEFECTS, LESS WELD REWORK, LESS LABOR COSTS:
The higher TIP TIG weld energy and unique agitated weld pool combined with continuous control of the weld wire to the optimum arc position and less arc start / stops, has to produces less weld defects such as lack of fusion and porosity.
TIP TIG WELD WIRE & GAS COST REDUCTIONS:
You may be surprised to know that your regular TIG wire costs may be approx. 25% more than the 30 - 40 lb MIG wire reels you will purchase for the TIP TIG. When you can weld faster than regular TIG as you do with TIP TIG, you can readily reduce your weld gas costs. When the regular TIG weld requires an hour arc on time and the TIP TIG weld is done in 15 minutes, depending on your flow rates you will only require 25 to 40 % of the argon you would normally use for regular TIG.
Note: As TIP provides more weld energy and agitates the weld, argon - helium and argon - hydrogen mixes are typically not required and even with sluggish alloys straight argon is the gas of choice.
TIP TIG FIRST TIME OPTIMUM MECHANICAL AND CORROSION PROPERTIES:
In contrast to the SMAW and the traditional TIG processes, the higher TIP TIG weld speeds not only reduce labor cost they also dramatically reduce the weld heat input providing less weld oxidation and smaller heat affected zones. This is particularly beneficial with heat sensitive applications. Also in contrast to the Reverse Polarity pulsed MIG process, there will be a dramatic weld heat reduction from the Electrode Negative (dissipates the heat in part) TIP TIG welds.
TIP TIG A SOLUTION FOR SLUGGISH ALLOYS:
With the increased TIP TIG weld current combined with the hot wire weld current and agitated welds, duplex, stainless and nickel alloys are no longer sluggish. The increased TIP TIG parameter range is especially beneficial for duplex as it provides greater control of the austenite / ferrite formation. Heat sensitive P91-92 applications thrive on the the higher TIP TIG weld speeds and the small HAZ. Inconel, Super Duplex, Stellites, Hastelloys, Stainless, Monel, Copper, Brass or Carbon steels, it does not matter what the alloys are, the real world TIP TIG weld benefits will be extensive.
Have you visted the TIP TIG home - manual - pipe pages and and viewed the remarkable weld videos?
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