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Hydrogen (H2) is an odourless, colourless and tasteless gas that is produced through natural gas steam reforming or the electrolysis of water. The highest thermal conductivity and pressure of all fuel gases.
Propane (C3H8) is a colourless and highly flammable liquefied gas – although it has the lowest flammability range of any of the commonly available fuel gases. Learn more
Propylene is an attractive alternative to propane for heating and cutting due to its superior combustion performance. It is also widely used as a fuel gas for high-velocity oxygen fuel (HVOF) processes.
These gases can be used as a fuel for cutting and welding, heat treatment, as power and energy for transportation and combined with oxygen, for various industrial processes.
Most fuel gases are composed in whole or in part of hydrocarbons (methane, acetylene, propane, and propylene), hydrogen, carbon monoxide and oil vapours.
Fuel gas flames offer heat energy anytime, anywhere, whenever you need it.
Each fuel gas has a different ratio of carbon to hydrogen atoms, which means that different amounts of oxygen are needed to burn the gas efficiently. This ratio of fuel to oxidant and the molecule structure affects the temperature of the flame, as well as the flammability and explosive limits.
Our experts have many decades of experience in the use of fuel gases for welding and cutting applications. Not only do we supply the full range of compressed gases in cylinders, we can also help you optimise the flame temperature and oxygen jet and advise on the appropriate safety precautions. In addition, we offer the full range of welding and cutting equipment.