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  • Hobbyweld Acetylene Original

    • Acetylene
    • Cylinder Height: 550mm
    • Cylinder Diameter: 140mm
    • One off Deposit Cost: £120

     

    Acetylene is the hottest and most efficient fuel gas on the market, making it the preferred product for many applications.

    It is also the only fuel gas hot enough to weld steel. When using our oxygen and acetylene together, flame temperatures can reach an amazing 3500°C (6330°F).

    You will typically use between 2 to 3 times the amount of oxygen as you would acetylene so don’t let the smaller size of our cylinder put you off. Using a number 5 welding nozzle with this gas cylinder will typically provide over 5 hours of welding time.

    This gas becoming increasingly difficult to source for the small user. Hobbyweld now have the rent-free answer!

    Combine this gas bottle with our Hobbyweld Oxygen cylinder for the perfect portable rent-free gas welding kit.

  • Hobbyweld Acetylene Plus

    • Acetylene
    • Cylinder Height: 895mm
    • Cylinder Diameter: 160mm
    • One off Deposit Cost: £160

     

    Acetylene is the hottest and most efficient fuel gas on the market, making it the preferred product for many applications.

    It is also the only fuel gas hot enough to weld steel. When using our oxygen and acetylene together, flame temperatures can reach an amazing 3500°C (6330°F).

    You will typically use between 2 to 3 times the amount of oxygen as you would acetylene so don’t let the smaller size of our cylinder put you off. Using a number 5 welding nozzle with this gas cylinder will typically provide over 5 hours of welding time.

    This gas becoming increasingly difficult to source for the small user. Hobbyweld now have the rent-free answer!

    Combine this gas bottle with our Hobbyweld Oxygen cylinder for the perfect portable rent-free gas welding kit.

  • Hobbyweld Oxygen Original

    • Oxygen
    • Cylinder Height: 840mm
    • Cylinder Diameter: 160mm
    • Approximate Weight: 13.7kg
    • One off Deposit Cost: £70

     

    Oxygen is commonly and traditionally used with a fuel gas (acetylene, propane or propylene) for cutting, welding, brazing and soldering.

    This supports the combustion of these gases and enables a much higher flame temperature to be achieved in comparison with air.

    Our oxygen cylinders are filled from a bulk tank which ensures optimum purity, a 1% reduction in purity can increase consumption of oxygen by 20% or more, so you can see the benefits of a professionally filled gas bottle.

    Combine this gas bottle with the Hobbyweld Acteylene cylinder for the perfect portable rent-free gas welding kit.

  • Hobbyweld Oxygen Plus

    • Oxygen
    • Cylinder Height: 950mm
    • Cylinder Diameter: 200mm
    • Approximate Weight: 31.4kg
    • One off Deposit Cost: £110

     

    Oxygen is commonly and traditionally used with a fuel gas (acetylene, propane or propylene) for cutting, welding, brazing and soldering.

    This supports the combustion of these gases and enables a much higher flame temperature to be achieved in comparison with air.

    Our oxygen cylinders are filled from a bulk tank which ensures optimum purity, a 1% reduction in purity can increase consumption of oxygen by 20% or more, so you can see the benefits of a professionally filled gas bottle.

    Combine this gas bottle with the Hobbyweld Acteylene cylinder for the perfect portable rent-free gas welding kit.

  • Hobbyweld Argon Plus

    • Pure Argon
    • Cylinder Height: 950mm
    • Cylinder Diameter: 200mm
    • Approximate Weight: 31.4kg
    • One off Deposit Cost: £110

     

    Argon is generally used when TIG welding stainless steel, carbon steel and aluminium – it can also be used on a MIG welder for aluminium and alloys in conjunction with the correct MIG wire. For more suitable MIG gases, see Hobbyweld 5 or 15.

    Argon is typically suitable for most TIG welding applications providing a capability of welding at any depth.

    The repair of alloy wheels, farming equipment, vehicle body panels, model work and metals used for aircraft are among many of Argon’s popular uses; however, it is also used in many applications that you wouldn’t expect, such as filling the gap between your double glazing and the space in a light bulb.

  • Hobbyweld Argon Original

    • Pure Argon
    • Cylinder Height: 840mm
    • Cylinder Diameter: 160mm
    • Approximate Weight: 13.7kg
    • One off Deposit Cost: £70

     

    Argon is generally used when TIG welding stainless steel, carbon steel and aluminium – it can also be used on a MIG welder for aluminium and alloys in conjunction with the correct MIG wire. For more suitable MIG gases, see Hobbyweld 5 or 15.

    Argon is typically suitable for most TIG welding applications providing a capability of welding at any depth.

    The repair of alloy wheels, farming equipment, vehicle body panels, model work and metals used for aircraft are among many of Argon’s popular uses; however, it is also used in many applications that you wouldn’t expect, such as filling the gap between your double glazing and the space in a light bulb.

  • Hobbyweld 15 Plus (MIG)

    • 83% Argon, 15% Carbon Dioxide, 2% Oxygen
    • Cylinder Height: 950mm
    • Cylinder Diameter: 200mm
    • Approximate Weight: 31.4kg
    • One off Deposit Cost: £110

     

    As Hobbyweld 15 has been given the name ‘universal’ gas by customers, this shows that the gas can be used for many applications.

    This gas mix contains a higher CO2 content than the Hobbyweld 5 so offers combined benefits of good welding performance and minimal spatter make it very popular among the agricultural, on-site and mobile welding market.  This gas is used in structural steel work and general fabrication.

    Hobbyweld 15 is recommended for use with mild steel at a thickness of over 7mm. For thinner materials, please look at Hobbyweld 5.

  • Hobbyweld 15 Original (MIG)

    • 83% Argon, 15% Carbon Dioxide, 2% Oxygen
    • Cylinder Height: 840mm
    • Cylinder Diameter: 160mm
    • Approximate Weight: 13.7kg
    • One off Deposit Cost: £70

     

    As Hobbyweld 15 has been given the name ‘universal’ gas by customers, this shows that the gas can be used for many applications.

    This gas mix contains a higher CO2 content than the Hobbyweld 5 so offers combined benefits of good welding performance and minimal spatter make it very popular among the agricultural, on-site and mobile welding market.  This gas is used in structural steel work and general fabrication.

    Hobbyweld 15 is recommended for use with mild steel at a thickness of over 7mm. For thinner materials, please look at Hobbyweld 5.

  • Hobbyweld 5 Plus (MIG)

    • 93% Argon, 5% Carbon Dioxide, 2% Oxygen
    • Cylinder Height: 950mm
    • Cylinder Diameter: 200mm
    • Approximate Weight: 31.4kg
    • One off Deposit Cost: £110

    As the most popular MIG welding gas mix, there are an abundance of benefits Hobbyweld 5 can provide.

    This gas is simple to use and produces a stable arc which results in less spatter and clean up time for the end user, this makes it much more forgiving to the less gifted welder.

    Hobbyweld 5 provides good penetration and fusion, making this gas is an optimum choice for MIG welding. This gas is popular with vehicle restoration enthusiasts and provides the best weld quality for bodywork.

    This product is recommended for use with sheet or thin sections of mild steel at a thickness of less than 7mm. For thicker steel, please look at Hobbyweld 15.

  • Hobbyweld 5 Original (MIG)

    • 93% Argon, 5% Carbon Dioxide, 2% Oxygen
    • Cylinder Height: 840mm
    • Cylinder Diameter: 160mm
    • Approximate Weight: 13.7kg
    • One off Deposit Cost: £70

    As the most popular MIG welding gas mix, there are an abundance of benefits Hobbyweld 5 can provide.

    This gas is simple to use and produces a stable arc which results in less spatter and clean up time for the end user, this makes it much more forgiving to the less gifted welder.

    Hobbyweld 5 provides good penetration and fusion, making this gas is an optimum choice for MIG welding. This gas is popular with vehicle restoration enthusiasts and provides the best weld quality for bodywork.

    This product is recommended for use with sheet or thin sections of mild steel at a thickness of less than 7mm. For thicker steel, please look at Hobbyweld 15.