Oxygen Generation for Oxy-Acetylene Cutting
Oxy-acetylene welding or cutting is also known as oxy-fuel welding (OFW). This process depends on using a unique combustion of oxygen (O2) and acetylene, where the two are combined in appropriate proportions inside a mixing chamber. A high-heat flame is then produced between 5800 °F to 6300 °F for different operations, including brazing, braze welding, pre-/post-heating, surfacing, bending, and straightening. Versatility is added with accessories such as multi-flame heating nozzles and cutting attachments. OFW also entails welding various metals such as carbon steel, low alloy steels, aluminum, cast iron, and magnesium.
Nitrogen Gas Generators for Oxy-Acetylene Cutting
On Site Gas builds oxygen gas generators that are durable, dependable, and affordable. Our O2 generators are known for producing superior and reliable oxygen generation for multiple applications, including oxy-acetylene cutting and welding. You can choose from our standard Pure Convenience® oxygen generators in purities up to 95%. Our rugged and reliable oxygen generators are precision-tuned and ideally suited for ethanol/biofuel production.