Welding companies in Australia are involved in diverse industries, including shipbuilding, aerospace, defence, and infrastructure. If you are considering starting a welding business, there is more than enough demand to sustain your venture. However, you have to ensure that you have important accessories for different kinds of projects. Here's a look at a few vital accessories you'll need. 

1. Welding Table

A sturdy welding bench will give a comfortable and safe surface to work on since it is impractical to work on the ground. Welding tables will mostly have adjustable legs so that you can select a comfortable height. Larger tables are well-fitted for large projects, and you can choose modular designs to customise the bench depending on your workload. Most tables are made of steel but coated with a material like zinc to discourage rusting.

2. Protective Equipment

Welders deal with hazards like intense infrared light, fumes, molten heat, and radiation. You have to shield your face, eyes, and neck with a foolproof helmet that has a filter shade. There are auto-darkening helmets in the welding equipment market today that dim the shield automatically when there is intense light. These helmets also prevent neck fatigue since you don't need to flip them now and then. Eye injuries commonly occur during welding, especially during chipping or grinding. You will need safety goggles to complement your helmet. Welders should also be armed with fire-resistant gloves, heat-resistant boots, respirators, and flame-resistant pants and long-sleeved shirts.

3. Welding Clamps

Welding clamps are incredibly versatile, and you can use them for cutting, tightening, and other kinds of fabrications. You will need multiple heavy-duty welding clamps with good alignment to keep pieces firm. The best clamps are heat-resistant since you will typically be working with intense flames.

4. Angle Grinder and MIG Welder

Angle grinders are useful when cutting and grinding, and it is a must-have for your welding kit. They can smooth over the imperfections and hold attached wire brushes to clean and prep metals for welding. Invest in a powerful grinder with an ergonomic grip for better control.

A MIG welder is a universal welder that works on both thin gauge steel and heavy steel pipe. MIG welders are simple to use, and they are ideal for beginners. Experienced welders can invest in an oxy-acetylene setup since it is much more versatile to use in welding, cutting, and bending.

Contact other welding companies to learn more about these tools.