CenTIG in Repair of Structural steelwork

Repairing structural steelwork, such as in buildings or bridges, demands a welding machine with a high duty cycle to handle thick materials and large-scale repairs. The machine must offer consistent performance and reliability.

The machine should have the capability to adjust for different welding tasks and materials, primarily using DC welding for steel. Modular design features that allow for varying cooling options can help manage the heat input during extensive welds.

Portability is key for structural repairs, where the welding machine may need to be moved to various parts of a construction site or used in elevated positions. A lightweight, easy-to-carry machine enhances the ability to perform repairs efficiently and safely.

CenTIG is the perfect companion for the Repair application — small, lightweight and powerful

When you’re doing Repair work, how heavy your equipment is matters a lot. CenTIG has the best weight/performance ratio in the market. It will be your friend in any situation.

  • Extremely lightweight

    A welder will not hurt his back carrying CenTIG at only 12 kg.

  • Incredibly compact

    A welder can always have CenTIG by his side when welding in the weirdest places on-site.

  • Easy to transport

    A welder can now be more mobile than ever with the ergonomic carrying strap.

Recommended build

for Repair of Structural steelwork

  • Air cooling

    Without water cooling module, CenTIG becomes a lightweight powerhouse - portable and powerful.

  • AC/DC

    We recommend AC/DC to enable aluminium capabilities now or as a precaution for the future.

  • Intelligent Gas Control

    To save gas during the entire lifespan of the machine. This will amount to a large saving (or discount) on the initial investment.

  • No trolley

    Being a bit too heavy to drag up a ladder for the hard-to-reach-places, you can forgo a trolley for this application.

Relevant functions

  • AC/DC

    CenTIG features AC/DC welding capabilities, allowing users to effortlessly switch between alternating current (AC) for aluminum and magnesium, and direct current (DC) for steel and stainless steel, ensuring optimal performance and superior weld quality across various materials.

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  • 4T trigger mode

    The 4T trigger mode allows for starting and stopping the weld with two initial presses and releases of the trigger, eliminating the need to hold it down throughout the weld. This feature reduces hand fatigue and offers better control for longer or more complex welds.

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  • High Frequency Ignition

    CenTIG features High Frequency (HF) Ignition, enabling seamless arc starts without electrode contact, ensuring a contamination-free welding process and superior precision in your work.

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  • Control Welding Flow

    Control the flow in welding by adjusting pre-gas, welding current (with slope up and down), and post-gas. An approach used to optimize the welding process for better quality and control.

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  • Job

    You can save favourite and routine settings and easily recall them anytime. Save a large number of welding programs. If welders share welding machines, they can save their own unique settings and quickly recall them again.

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  • Pulse

    Pulse gives a better control of the weld pool, and the low heat input minimises the risk of damaging the steel.

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  • Intelligent Gas Control (IGC®)

    Automatic, synergic gas adjustments that reduces the risk of failures. It improves the weld quality and reduces the gas bill at the same time.

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  • TIG-REP-Tack

    A semi-automatic process that makes a series of small fixation points forming a coherent weld seam in ultrathin materials, from 0,5 mm – 1,5 mm.

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  • TIG-A-Tack

    A semi-automatic process that makes extremely small and precise fixations that are invisible in the finished weld.

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