Technical gases are employed in almost all industrial processes: in Mechanical engineering for cutting and soldering of metals; in Chemical engineering for cooling down and conservation of chemical compounds; in Electrical engineering for equipment operation; in Civil engineering for treatments of drinkable and drain water.
When applications require limited capacity tanks, General Gas offers the G-TEC® line. These cylinders, whose capacity is 0,95 lt., are disposable and non-refillable, and are sold in package of 12, 6 and 1 pieces. G-TEC® cylinders are made of carbon steel in compliance with the EN ISO 11118:2015 regulation. Their working pressure is 110 bar. They can be employed in many applications that require a limited amount of gas.
G-Mix Argon-Carbon Dioxide
G-Argon is pressurized Argon at 110 bar stored into 0,95 liters cylinders. Argon at standard atmospheric conditions (15°C e 760mm Hg) is a colourless, odourless and flavourless gas, present in earth atmosphere in small concentration (0,93 %). Non-toxic and non-flammable, Argon doesn't interact with any known substances, showing high physical and chemical stability. At atmospheric pressure and very low temperature (less than -186°C), Argon is a colourless liquid thicker than water. Argon, pure or mixed with traces of carbon dioxide, oxygen, hydrogen and helium is the most used gas for welding mild and stainless steel, aluminium and light alloys, magnesium, titanium, etc.
G-Argon is employed for welding of:
Stainless steel Aisi 304L e Aisi 316L.
G-Argon is an inert gas and can be employed with all most common ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Thanks to its chemical passivity, G-Argon is used for welding in inert atmosphere
G-Argon is non-flammable and doesn't trigger any oxidation reactions.