Welding Machines

Discover the Ultimate Range of Welding Machines at AES.

Welcome to AES, your trusted distributor of welding machines based in Oxfordshire, UK. With a vast range of options, we've got you covered for every welding process, whether you're seeking industrial-grade machines with step voltage control or cutting-edge synergic pulsed welders equipped with the latest digital technology. And hey, don't worry if you're simply looking for a cost-effective MMA Inverter; we've got those too!

Explore our comprehensive selection of welding machines, boasting the most advanced technology available in the market. Starting from basic DC-only models, some with high-frequency start options and others without, we offer a diverse range that caters to your specific needs. But that's not all! For those demanding projects involving TIG welding on advanced materials like Inconels and specialist nickel alloys, we proudly provide top-of-the-line digital AC DC machines with cutting-edge technology. These machines ensure stable amperage even at lower levels, guaranteeing exceptional welding results. 🌟

Rest assured that all equipment supplied by AES is CE approved, meeting the highest quality standards. 🛠️🔒 Additionally, we offer calibration certificates for the relevant machines, complying with BS EN50504 2008 requirements. Your satisfaction and safety are our utmost priorities.

Discover the power of AES welding machines and unlock your welding potential. Browse our collection today and experience excellence in every weld! 💪🔥

Welding Machine Technical Support

When buying welding machines, especially online, the right guidance is crucial. 💼💻 Our expert team provides accurate advice, technical support, and essential after-sales service. 🔧✅ Unlock the full potential of cutting-edge welding technology with us. 🌐🔩 Shop confidently and achieve exceptional welding results!

What Is MIG Welding?

MIG welding, also known as "Metal Inert Gas" welding, creates a weld pool by swiftly feeding a wire electrode through a welding gun at a chosen voltage. This process deposits "filler" metal, seamlessly joining two metal pieces. Meanwhile, a shielding gas is simultaneously supplied through the welding gun, safeguarding the weld pool against external air particles. 🌬️⚡

Experience the power of MIG welding as you achieve precise and strong metal connections. 💪🔧✨Experience the incredible capabilities of MIG welding, where you can achieve precise and robust metal connections. With the right help and knowledge from AES, you'll have the support you need to master this powerful welding technique. Let us guide you towards welding excellence! 🌟🔩🔥

What Is TIG Welding?

TIG welding, also known as "Tungsten Inert Gas" welding, is a powerful technique that allows you to create weld pools with utmost precision. By using a non-consumable tungsten electrode, you can deliver current to form the welding arc. This arc, combined with the controlled addition of filler metal, seamlessly joins two metal pieces, resulting in strong connections. 🔩

To ensure purity and strength, the weld pool and electrode are shielded and cooled by an inert gas. This shielding gas creates a barrier, preventing contamination from external air particles and enhancing the quality of your welds. 🌬️✨

Branded Welding Machines

  • MasterWeld
  • Miller
  • Esab
  • Fronius
  • Fimer
  • Max-Arc
  • & more!

For technical support please call us free on 0800 975 9710

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