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Pen Manufacturing has decades of experience offering expert tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding to a wide variety of industries and is one of the most experienced welding operations in Southern California. Regardless of the scope of our customers' welding needs, our TIG welders serve clients in Anaheim, Los Angeles, Orange County, Fullerton, and San Diego.


AWS Standards For TIG Welding

As a firm specializing in TIG welding in the state of California, Pen Manufacturing maintains industry certifications from the American Welding Society in welding of the following:

  • AWS D1.1 - Structural Steel
  • AWS D1.2 - Aluminum
  • AWS D1.6 - Stainless Steel

Welding Materials

TIG welding, also known as heliarc welding and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), is used to produce incredibly strong, corrosive-resistant, and precision welds on a variety of metals, including aluminum, carbon steel, iron, magnesium, nickel, steel, and stainless steel, with many filler metals. With TIG welding, wleding variables can be precisely controlled and welding services can be carried out with or without fillers.

Welding Services For Your Custom Projects

Tig weldingProjects involving light gauge aluminum are particularly suited for TIG welding, resulting in mechanically strong and lightweight products of outstanding quality. With six welding stations and various sizes and configurations of TIG welding machines, Pen Manufacturing is ready to create high-quality custom parts of any size or complexity.

By maintaining the highest training and safety standards, Pen Manufacturing is able to use this difficult and skilled welding process as required. In consultation with clients, we design and adhere to project-specific Welding Procedure Specifications in order to ensure that customers receive quality work while maintaining codes and standards. Pen Manufacturing has highly skilled professionals who are ready to meet your needs. TIG Welding Services in California is here to help you with your application

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