CO2 Regulator Single Stage 2 gauge 10 Bar

CO2 Regulator Single Stage with 2 gauges 10 Bar  Side Entry  If you are looking to reduce your mig welding gas costs CO2 is an option.  Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is a very common reactive gases used in MIG welding and the only one that can be used in its pure form without the addition of an inert gas. CO2 is also the least expensive of the common shielding gases, making an attractive choice when material costs are the main priority. Pure CO2 provides very deep weld penetration, which is useful for welding thick material; however, it also produces a less stable arc and more spatter than when it is mixed with other gases.

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CO2 Regulator

CO2 Regulator Single Stage with 2 gauges 10 Bar  Side Entry  If you are looking to reduce your mig welding gas costs CO2 is an option.  Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is a very common reactive gases used in MIG welding and the only one that can be used in its pure form without the addition of an inert gas. CO2 is also the least expensive of the common shielding gases, making an attractive choice when material costs are the main priority.

Pure CO2 provides very deep weld penetration, which is useful for welding thick material; however, it also produces a less stable arc and more spatter than when it is mixed with other gases. It is also limited to only the short circuit process. Pure CO2, also known as 100% CO2, provides a deep weld penetration, making it handy when needing to weld thick materials. That being said, pure CO2 is limited to only the short circuit welding process, and produces a less than stable arc as well as more spatter than when it is combined with other gases (also known as ‘mixed gases’).

Pure CO2 is good for projects where the aesthetics of the weld are either not important, or the weld cannot be seen, such as on the underside of a car. Post weld clean up is also a little more involved. For more information about mig welding with CO2 please give us a call 028 9046 0541

Something you might need a heater with your CO2 regulator https://norsemensafety.co.uk/product/co2-heater-230v/

To understand more about selecting the right shielding gas for mig welding, please read the following article https://www.bernardwelds.com/mig-welding-shielding-gas-basics-p152080

CO2 Regulator Single Stage with 2 gauges 10 Bar  Side Entry
Carbon Dioxide (CO2) is a very common reactive gases used in MIG welding and the only one that can be used in its pure form without the addition of an inert gas. CO2 is also the least expensive of the common shielding gases, making an attractive choice when material costs are the main priority. Pure CO2 provides very deep weld penetration, which is useful for welding thick material; however, it also produces a less stable arc and more spatter than when it is mixed with other gases. It is also limited to only the short circuit process.

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