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Welding: Stainless steel

Find the right welding gas for your stainless steel welding processes

Air Products can provide a full range of high performance and industry standard gases for high quality welding and cutting operations, giving improved metal fabrication results no matter how demanding the application.

TIG - Integra® Cylinders

Inomaxx TIG

Inomaxx® TIG
30 litre Steel Cylinder Integra® (300 bar)

Product Code 500775
Volume 8.87 m3

Inomaxx® TIG weld process gas meeting the requirements of ISO14175:R1, contains 2% hydrogen in argon. Our best gas for TIG welding stainless steel improves weld quality and reduces rejects through excellent penetration characteristics and brilliant, smooth, flat weld finish. Higher productivity (up to 30% increase in manual weld speeds when compared with argon). Protects the work environment, minimal ozone generation. Supplied in a 30 litre Integra® cylinder at 300 bar. Integra® cylinders are safer, smaller and lighter. The Integra® cylinder is designed to be used with a choice of integrated flow optimisers (available separately) which ensure optimum weld results whilst reducing excessive gas usage too.

TIG - Standard Cylinders

Inomaxx TIG

Inomaxx® TIG
47 litre Steel Cylinder (200 bar)

Product Code 14575
Volume 9.80 m3

Inomaxx® TIG weld process gas meeting the requirements of ISO14175:R1, contains 2% hydrogen in argon. Our best gas for TIG welding stainless steel improves weld quality and reduces rejects through excellent penetration characteristics and brilliant, smooth, flat weld finish. Higher productivity (up to 30% increase in manual weld speeds when compared with argon). Protects the work environment, minimal ozone generation. Supplied in a 47 litre steel cylinder at 200 bar.

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