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Come to Us for Your Welding Supplies in Phoenix, AZ!

August 10, 2018 10:09 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

Vern Lewis Welding Supply, Inc. is pleased to provide a wide range of welding products and services, including all the gases, equipment, supplies and safety products you need to get your job done effectively and safely. We’re also pleased to provide overview training specific to your purchased machine, free of charge, through our well trained and experienced staff. Throughout the entire course of your customer experience with us, we aim to provide you with top-notch service. We are entirely devoted to our customers and want to see you succeed in your work, which is why we care so much about... View Article

Give Us a Call for All of Your Welding Supply Needs!

June 26, 2018 10:09 pm Published by Leave your thoughts

As a technique, welding has changed tremendously since it was first developed. Welding is an essential aspect of construction, manufacturing, mechanical repair and reinforcing steel materials. Regardless of the specific application, it’s important that welders understand the welding process in depth and have the training, experience and resources necessary to complete this process safely and effectively. If you’re just entering into a career in welding, you might be having a hard time knowing where to start. Getting trained in welding is one thing, but actually applying your knowledge can be daunting. It can help to have a trusted welding supply... View Article

We Have Welding Supplies in Phoenix, AZ for All Common Types of Welding

March 28, 2018 1:46 am Published by Leave your thoughts

Whenever you’re in need of welding supplies in Phoenix, AZ, we at Vern Lewis Welding Supply, Inc. have you covered. We have a wide selection of welders and welding accessories available for all of the most common types of welding practices, as outlined below. MIG/Gas metal arc welding MIG welders operate by using a wire welding electrode on a spool that automatically gets fed at a selected speed. The arc is then created by an electrical current that passes between the wire and base metal. This arc works to melt the wire and join it with the base, allowing you... View Article