Protection of contamination during welding

One of the main problems that manifest itself in the welding of titanium and which particularly affects the operating technique is that due to the extreme reactivity of the same to atmospheric agents (oxygen, nitrogen, hydrogen). During welding it is therefore necessary to protect the molten area and every part adjacent to it from oxidation. This protection is usually carried out by an atmosphere of inert gases such as argon or helium; the inert gas surrounds all the areas affected by the welding, preventing from one or more sources appropriately arranged around the melting point.

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As can be seen from the photographs, the appearance of the joint in a gas atmosphere reveals a compact particle size while maintaining the original characteristics of the welded material.