Collection: MIG Welders

Explore precision and efficiency with our comprehensive collection of MIG Welders. From compact designs for DIY projects to industrial-grade powerhouses, our selection caters to every welding need. Unleash your welding potential with cutting-edge technology and superior performance.

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Harness Advanced Technology for MIG Welding Excellence

Ignite your welding precision with our cutting-edge MIG welders. Unleash efficiency and versatility in every weld, whether it's aluminium, stainless steel, or more. Explore seamless control, advanced technology, and superior performance. Elevate your welding experience now.

  • What is MIG Welding?

    Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding, also known as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW), is a popular welding process that employs an electric arc to join metal pieces together. MIG welders use a consumable electrode wire that continuously feeds through the welding gun, melting into the weld pool, and creating a strong, seamless bond. The process relies on an inert shielding gas, typically a mixture of argon and carbon dioxide, to protect the weld from atmospheric contamination, ensuring clean, robust welds.

  • How does MIG welding differ from other welding processes?

    MIG welding is distinct for its use of a continuously fed wire electrode, making it more efficient and suitable for a variety of materials, including aluminium and stainless steel.

  • What is the purpose of the shielding gas in MIG welding?

    The shielding gas, typically a mix of inert gases, protects the weld pool from atmospheric elements that could cause defects in the weld, such as oxidation or contamination.

  • What types of materials can be welded using MIG welding?

    MIG welding is versatile and can be used to weld a wide range of materials, including carbon steel, stainless steel, aluminum, and various alloys.

  • What are the main advantages of MIG welding?

    MIG welding is known for its high welding speeds, ease of use, and ability to produce clean and aesthetically pleasing welds. It's suitable for both thin and thick materials.

  • What factors influence the quality of a MIG weld?

    Factors such as welding parameters (voltage, current, wire feed speed), cleanliness of materials, and proper joint preparation significantly impact the quality of a MIG weld.

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Explore Parweld's Premium Range of Pulse MIG Welders

Weld any and all materials at any thickness with Parweld's APT+ pulse MIG range, manufactured in Turkey to the highest standards.


The Infinium 200 from WeldStar

Explore the UK's first "true" multi process pulse MIG welder. With synergic MIG, Pulse MIG, AC/DC HF TIG & Arc MMA welding all in one lightweight and compact machine.

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One of The UK's Most Trusted Affordable Welding Machine Brands

Trusted by fabricators all over the UK, and for good reason: Cros-Arc offer affordable quality with excellent after care and product support.