Flame Cutting Gases


Acetylene is used for welding and cutting. The welding process that uses acetylene is known as oxy-fuel cutting or gas cutting. This method is used to cut or weld materials that require temperatures as high as 3,500 °C (6,330 °F). Among all other gases, acetylene is capable of producing the hottest flame

If you're welding a non-ferrous metal — aluminum, magnesium or titanium — you'll need to use 100 percent Argon. Oxygen, also a reactive gas, is typically used in rations of nine percent or less to improve weld pool fluidity, penetration and arc stability in mild carbon, low alloy and stainless steel.


Hydrogen in various mixtures is, however, used today mainly in TIG welding of high-alloy steels, plasma welding and cutting and in gas mixtures for weld-root protection.

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