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  • What is TIG Welding?

    What is TIG Welding?

    Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding is the process in which an arc is formed between a tungsten electrode and the workpiece to join the metals together. A filler rod is...

    What is TIG Welding?

    Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding is the process in which an arc is formed between a tungsten electrode and the workpiece to join the metals together. A filler rod is...

  • What is MIG Welding?

    What is MIG Welding?

    Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding is an arc welding process in which a solid wire (the filler metal) is continuously fed through the welding machine and into the weld pool...

    What is MIG Welding?

    Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding is an arc welding process in which a solid wire (the filler metal) is continuously fed through the welding machine and into the weld pool...

  • Troubleshooting Your Weld - Most Common Problems & How to Fix Them

    Troubleshooting Your Weld - Most Common Problem...

    When you’re learning a new skill or face a new situation, you’re probably going to run into some issues while you get a handle on it. That’s fine. Being able...

    Troubleshooting Your Weld - Most Common Problem...

    When you’re learning a new skill or face a new situation, you’re probably going to run into some issues while you get a handle on it. That’s fine. Being able...

  • Collet Body vs Gas Lens

    Collet Body vs Gas Lens

    TIG torches come with a number of interchangeable consumables, and the collet body is one of those. Even though they seem like insignificant pieces, the consumables in your torch can...

    Collet Body vs Gas Lens

    TIG torches come with a number of interchangeable consumables, and the collet body is one of those. Even though they seem like insignificant pieces, the consumables in your torch can...

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    Explore an extensive range of competitively priced supplies from your local trusted welding and electrical distributor, A&S. 

    Alternatively, feel free to visit us at our store-front in Smithfield for personalised sales & advice 

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  • Repairs & Maintenance

    We provide affordable & reliable repairs to your existing welding machinery, electrical equipment amd accessories to ensure you are working with equipment that will continually get the job done at a high standard

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  • Rentals

    A&S rentals are designed to be affordable and low-cost, often beating the competition. This shifts the worry off your shoulders and allows you to continue focusing on the job at hand

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  • Business to Business Trade

    We provide our business trade customers with access to the easiest online ordering system in the welding supply industry to-date, including the ability to access bulk-discount pricing, online quotation and online account management for purchasing officers. 

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Why we do what we do (our story)

A&S Welding and Electrical is a small family business operating in Smithfield NSW, opened by Ashur Barkho in November 2002; A&S has become a trusted business in the local community, positioning itself as a welding supply and repair store with expert advice, personalised sales and decades of experience.

We pass on trusted advice, lessons, sales and service to every customer in the last twenty-one years; we aim to be experts in what we do, compared to our competitors who are "jacks of all trades but masters of none". We are masters, in not just customer service, but in every interaction we have, every sale we make and every repair/service we do

As a small business, we would like to invite every customer to read our story, see our services, if we may be able to help you please feel free to reach out, every customer is apart of the A&S family, we just haven't met you yet!

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