Burnback: A Common Problem With MIG Welding

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TORONTO - Aug. 21, 2023 - PRLog -- MIG welding is a popular form of welding in Canada, and today, our team from Canaweld is here to talk and inform you about burnback so that you can stay educated and safe when using these types of machines. Continue reading this guideline to learn more about burnback and what its causes are.

Burnback - What It Is & It's Causes
Essentially, burnback is a common problem that happens with MIG welding. It happens when the arm that is generated travels up the wire and fuses together the wire and the contact tip of the welding gun. There are many reasons why burnback can be triggered. Some of which include wire feed speed, improper tip stick out, wrong wire, and bad quality filler.

How Canaweld Can Help
If you are interested in learning more about welding, our team at Canaweld would love to give you more information. On our website, we have a blog page dedicated to all the latest tips and tricks in the welding industry. If you have more specific questions or you are looking to purchase a welding machine, contact our team!

To browse our MIG Welders (https://medium.com/@canaweld/what-is-burnback-with-mig-we...), contact our team today!

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