Acetylene for welding

The synthetic fuel gas.

Fast brazing and cutting

Acetylene is a combustible gas that is obtained only by synthesis. Extremely unstable under normal conditions, it is transported in special containers when inside it is stabilized by a solvent (acetone or dimethyl for lmamide) making the handling of the containers safe.

Acetylene is well used in braze welding processes due to the high flame temperature that it develops and still remains the combustible gas that allows the greatest productivity in this process.
-269 °C
Boiling point.
2,3720 J/mol
First ionisation energy.
Relative density.
Related Gases
Argon for welding
Inert gas, 1.38 times heavier than air. It has a low ionisation potential which facilitates the ignition and re-ignition of the arc, giving it a high stability, generating few fumes. Its low thermal input promotes conical penetration. Being heavier than air, it offers good air displacement. It is used as a base for welding mixtures.
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Argon for pharma & biotech
Compressed and liquid argon for special

Argon can be used for particular inerting
needs and in pressurisation of iophilisation process.
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Argon for food and beverage
More than just inerting.
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