The shielding gases used in MIG / MAG and TIG welding processes are essentially of two categories: inert and active. Argon, helium and argon-helium mixtures belong to the first category, while gases such as carbon dioxide, mixtures of argon with oxygen or carbon dioxide are defined as active.
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