Welding Equipment

Whatever Your Application Needs We Have The Welding Equipment & Supplies For You

Whether you are a professional welder or a DIY enthusiast, we have all the welding supplies you need to get the job done right. From welding machines and helmets to welding wire and consumables, we have a wide selection of high-quality products to choose from. 

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Welding Wire, Rods & Electrodes

Welding wire, rods and electrodes are vital pieces of equipment used in the welding process, and their quality and performance directly impact the outcome of a welding job.

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MIG, TIG & ARC Welding Machines

MIG, TIG, and ARC welders are the backbone of the welding industry, providing reliable and efficient solutions for a wide range of welding applications.

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Plasma Cutters

Transform your metalworking game with a top-notch, reliable plasma cutter. This cutting powerhouse boasts exceptional cutting prowess and unyielding durability.

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Welding clamps & Magnets

For a quick and secure way to hold your objects in place look no further than our welding magnets and clamps.

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Welding Tools and Accessories

Improve your welding operations’ safety, efficiency and feedback with our range of welding tools and accessories.

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But why should you buy your welding supplies from us? Here’s why!

Quality products: We only carry top-rated welding supplies from trusted brands such as Unimig, WIA, Dynaweld and Torch master Australia and more so you can be confident in the quality of the products you are purchasing.

Product Range – we offer a full range of welding equipment from light industrial welding equipment to heavy industrial welding equipment.

Expert advice: Ourteam are focussed on helping you select the right welding supplies for your specific needs and application. We can answer your questions and guide you to find the right welding solution for your job.

Great value: We offer competitive pricing on our welding machines and strive towards meeting your needs.

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Our Product Range For Every Welding Project

  • Mig Wire & Electrodes

    MIG wires are used in arc welding, these wires are composed of a continuous solid wire electrode fed through a welding gun to join the two metals.

  • MIG, TIG & ARC Welders

    MIG and TIG welding use an electric arc and a shielding gas to join metals together. They may seem quite similar, but they have distinctly different features that make them suitable for different uses. For example, MIG welders provide a higher operation speed than traditional arc welders, making them an ideal choice for quick welding jobs requiring plenty of power.

  • Plasma Cutters

    Plasma-cutting machines offer a range of benefits in precision metal cutting. To optimise the machine’s performance, argon, hydrogen, nitrogen, and carbon dioxide gases are primarily used for cutting.

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  • Welding clamps & Magnet

    Welding clamps & magnets hold two or more pieces together while welding.

  • Welding Tools and Accessories

    Welding accessories are items that are used in combination with welding procedures. Torches, nozzles, regulators, safety devices, protective clothes, welding blankets & curtains and sensors are some examples. Welding accessories improve a welding operation’s safety, efficiency, and feedback.

    Our products are renowned for their durability, strength, and performance capabilities, making them ideal for all your workshop needs. Best of all, we ship across Australia so no matter where you are based you can experience the benefits of owning and using the very best of welding equipment and supplies.

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best welding machine?

It is difficult to determine the “best” welding machine, as the best machine for one person or application may not be the best for another. There are many factors to consider when choosing a welding machine, including the type of welding you will be doing, the materials you will be working with, the thickness of the materials, and your budget.

Is MIG or TIG better for welding aluminium ?

Generally, 2 processes are used for aluminium welding MIG and TIG. MIG welding, also known as gas metal arc welding (GMAW), can produce strong welds on aluminium if it is done correctly. However, it is important to note that the strength of a MIG weld on aluminium will depend on a variety of factors, including the quality of the weld, the type and thickness of the aluminium, and the loading conditions of the welded joint. In most cased TIG also known as gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), is used on aluminium as the person has more control over this method which is crucial to preventing the aluminium from overheating

What is cold welding?

Cold welding, also known as solid-state welding, is a process that involves the joining of two metal surfaces without the use of heat or a filler material. Instead, the two surfaces are pressed together with a high level of force, causing the atoms to bond together and form a weld.

Should you wear a respirator when welding?

It is generally recommended to wear a respirator when welding to protect against the potential health hazards associated with welding fumes and gases. Welding produces a variety of fumes and gases that can be harmful if inhaled, including metal fumes, ozone, and various gases such as carbon dioxide and carbon monoxide.

Do I need a welding jacket?

A welding jacket is a type of protective clothing that is worn while welding to protect the skin and clothing from the intense light and heat produced during the welding process. Welding jackets are made of heavy-duty materials, such as leather or flame-resistant fabrics, and are designed to withstand the high temperatures and sparks that are produced during welding.

What is an air weld?

Hot air welding technology is revolutionizing production, with increased consistency and quality offering superior seam strength at a lower cost. With the perfect balance of heat, speed, and pressure you can achieve flawless welds in record time – giving your projects an edge over competitors.

What is a hot air welder used for?

Hot air welders are commonly used in the plastic welding, roofing, and automotive industries and for various DIY and home repair projects. In the plastic welding industry, hot air welders are used to join thermoplastic materials, such as PVC, HDPE, and PP. In the roofing industry, it is utilised to weld together sheets of synthetic roofing material, such as EPDM or TPO.

What kind of welding helmet is best?

With an impressive array of styles, shapes and features, passive welding helmets make it easy to find the perfect fit for any job. Auto-darkening helmets are another option to passive helmets as they have lenses that become dark immediately after you start the torch and become clear with the machine is not in use. Workers can trust in either helmet type to provide superior protection against intense heat, UV/IR rays, and debris from sparks or objects thrown about in a workspace.

What sort of protection should I use when welding?
  • Face: A welding helmet will protect your eyes and face from any radiation, sparks, bright lights and burns that could occur from welding. If you see exposed skin on part of your head or neck, wear a fire-resistant cover under the helmet.
  • Eyes: You should not wear contact lenses while you’re welding. Your contact lenses can collect dust particles and chemicals from the air and irritate your eyes.
  • Ears: Wear earmuffs to prevent hearing loss from the welding noise. If you’re wearing earplugs, make sure they’re fire-resistant.
  • Lungs: Welding produces a lot of fumes and oxides that are dangerous to breathe in. A respirator will keep your lungs healthy.
  • Skin: Cover any exposed skin with fire-resistant clothing. Make sure to close your pockets and uncuff your pants because these can collect sparks. Your pants should cover the tops of your boots so no sparks fall in and hurt your leg or foot.
  • Hands and feet: Wear insulated, fire-resistant gloves and rubber boots to protect yourself from electric shocks or burns. The gloves should cover your forearms fully.

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