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LOWE'S MOBILE WELDING SERVICE & REPAIR

MOBILE WELDING SERVICE

WE OFFER PROFESSIONAL WELDING SERVICES THAT COME TO YOUR JOBSITE. IF YOUR PROJECT NEEDS WELDING EXPERIENCE, OUR TECHNICIANS ARE FULLY LICENSED, AND CERTIFIED TO GET THE JOB DONE. WE SERVE KNOXVILLE, TENNESSEE AND ALL SURROUNDING COUNTIES. (UP TO 200 MILES) - CONTACT US TODAY FOR A FREE ESTIMATE ON YOUR PROJECT. 

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MIG Welding

MIG welding is a process where a wire electrode is continuously fed into the welding gun, creating an arc that melts the base metal and the wire. This technique is commonly used in automotive, construction, and manufacturing industries due to its versatility and ease of use. MIG welding is suitable for welding thin to medium-thickness materials and provides a high deposition rate.

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TIG Welding

TIG welding, on the other hand, uses a non-consumable tungsten electrode to create the arc. A separate filler metal is added manually to the weld pool, resulting in a precise and high-quality weld. TIG welding is often preferred for welding stainless steel, aluminum, and other non-ferrous metals. It offers excellent control over the welding process and produces clean and aesthetically pleasing welds.

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STICK Welding

Stick welding is the oldest and most basic welding technique. It involves using a consumable electrode coated in flux, which creates a protective shield around the weld pool. Stick welding is commonly used in construction, maintenance, and repair work, especially in outdoor or windy conditions. It is suitable for welding thick materials and can be used on a variety of metals, including steel, cast iron, and stainless steel.

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REPAIR Service

MIG, TIG, and Stick welding are three widely used welding techniques, each with its own applications and characteristics. Choosing the right technique depends on factors such as the type of material, desired weld quality, and specific project requirements. 

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