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Argon Shielding Gas

The final weld bead can be made flatter with the help of a shielding gas called Argon Shielding Gas, which is a mixture of Hydrogen and argon gases. In addition to this, it makes the fusion process more consistent overall.

Helium vs argon

If you are a welder who uses shielding gas, you may be curious about the distinctions between Helium and argon. Helium is less dense than argon. Both of these gases have their own unique applications, but they can also be combined. However, they each have unique properties that can have an impact on the results of your welding.

The ionization potentials of the two primary gases are distinct from one another. When the ionization potential is higher, the amount of energy required to get an arc started is also higher. In addition to this, the temperature of your arc plasma will be higher when it has a higher ionization potential. Because of this, helium and argon are excellent choices for shielding gases.

Although Argon is the most commonly used shielding gas, helium is frequently added to improve welding results when the two gases are combined. This enables you to weld metals with greater thickness at a quicker rate. Your weld bead will also have a wider profile as a result of the mixtures.

Since an arc produced by helium burns hotter than an arc produced by argon, helium is preferable for use in situations that call for a greater amount of heat input. On the other hand, it has a tendency to produce arcs that are less stable than argon. In spite of this drawback, it may be considered a benefit for certain types of welding applications.

Why choose JinHong Gas Argon Shielding Gas?

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