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Harris Cutting, Welding & Brazing Torches

Harris manufactures a wide variety of torch products that will meet the needs of most fabricators. Harris can also custom design a torch to meet any special requirements. Whether a customer needs to cut 60’ material or any specialty alloy such as aluminum, stainless or cast iron, Harris can design and manufacture a specialty torch for the application.
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What is MIG Welding

MIG welding is a smart choice for many welders. MIG welders are less expensive to buy and easier to master, making them a great choice for beginners. Even so, they deliver fast, clean results and power and features comparable to TIG and stick welders. 

Learn to MIG weld

Welding is the process of joining two or more pieces of metal together by heating the surfaces to their melting points and fusing them. There are many different welding techniques depending on the welding process used. Click the image above to read a quick article about the basics of learning how to weld.   

MIG Welding Wire

Discover the best MIG welding wire for all your welding projects whether you are a beginner welding a trailer or or an expert welding a ship

FAQ's MIG Welding

What type of materials can I weld with a MIG welder?

MIG welding can be used to weld a variety of materials, including steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper, and nickel alloys.

How do I set the correct welding speed for my wire feed welder?

To set the correct welding speed for your wire feed welder, you will need to refer to the manufacturer's recommendations for your specific welding machine and wire size. A good starting point is to adjust the wire speed so that it matches the amperage setting on your welding machine. Usually there is a chart inside the door.

What are MIG and Wire Feed Welding Machines?

MIG (Metal Inert Gas) and Wire Feed welding machines use a consumable wire electrode to create an electrical arc that melts and fuses the metal together. MIG welding also uses a shielding gas to protect the weld pool from atmospheric contamination.

Can I use any kind of shielding gas with my MIG welder?

Not all shielding gases are suitable for MIG welding. The most commonly used shielding gas for MIG welding is 100% argon for welding non-ferrous metals, and a mixture of argon and carbon dioxide for welding steel. Shielding gas selection is dependent on the material being welded.
Are there any special techniques to ensure the best results when welding with a wire feed welder?
To ensure the best results when welding with a wire feed welder, it is important to maintain a consistent distance between the tip of the welding gun and the workpiece, as well as a consistent travel speed. It is also important to clean the workpiece thoroughly to remove any contaminants that may affect the quality of the weld. Finally, be sure to choose the right wire size and shielding gas for the material being welded.

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Harris Torches

Harris Cutting Torches and Weld, Cut and Braze Kits Harris cutting torches and other welding kits from WeldingMart will upgrade your gear for excellent productivity. When working in the field, It's important to get the job done right the first time. That enables you to boost your productivity. That's one of the many ways high-quality components put money in your pocket. Harris torches, cut kits, braze kits and more are made for excellent durability and performance, job after job. For more than a century, the Harris Products Group has been making cutting torches and other metal-working and welding equipment. Now a wholly owned subsidiary of Lincoln Electric, Harris produces the kind of quality gear you need to do a professional job. If you are looking for a Harris cutting torch or other equipment from this company, WeldingMart carries a broad selection of Harris cutting torches and welding, cutting and brazing kits. Economical to own and operate and safe to use, our Harris cutting torches are available in a variety of configurations, making it easy to find what you need for your work. Whether you are looking for a Harris 73 oxy torch or another style, you can find it here quickly and easily with a few clicks. Harris heavy-duty torches boast features like solid forged heads that resist abuse and distortion and brazed connections to prevent leaks. For maximum economy and versatility, check out our Harris Ironworker kits and Steelworker and Port-a-Torch outfits. These give you everything you need in a portable package to cut, weld or braze practically anywhere. Contact our customer service experts to learn more about how Harris Products Group can be part of your welding success.