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compounds with argon gas welding argon

Quick Details
State:Gas
CAS No.:7440-37-1
Other Names:Argon gas
MF:Ar
EINECS No.:231-147-0
Place of Origin:Hangzhou, China (Mainland)
Grade Standard:Electron Grade, Industrial Grade, Medicine Grade
Purity:999%,99.9999%
Appearance:Colorless
Application:Industrial processes,Scientific research,Preservative

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This is the description of compounds with argon gas welding argon
Argon arc welding argon welding, the use of argon as a shielding gas welding technology. Is in the arc welding around the argon gas shield, the air isolated in the weld zone, to prevent the weld zone oxidation. So you can weld stainless steel, iron metal hardware.Argon gas is an ideal shielding gas, which is 25% more dense than air. It helps to protect the welding arc during flat welding and reduces the consumption of shielding gas. Argon, a very chemically inert gas, does not chemically react with the metal even at high temperatures and thus does not suffer from oxidative wear of the alloying elements and a series of problems associated with it. Argon is also insoluble in liquid metals and therefore does not cause pores. Argon is a monatomic gas that exists in an atomic state and does not decompose or atomize at high temperatures. Argon heat capacity and heat transfer capacity of small, that is, its absorption is small, outward heat transfer is less, the heat in the arc is not easy to lose, the welding arc combustion stability, heat concentration, is conducive to welding.
 
Argon test report of our factory
 
 

Impurity

Unit

Specification

Analysis Result

Hydrogen(H2)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.1

Oxygen(O2)

ppm

≤0.2

<0.1

Nitrogen(N2)

ppm

≤0.2

<0.2

Carbon Monoxide(CO)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.05

Carbon Dioxide(CO2)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.05

Methane(CH4)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.05

Moisture(H2O)

ppm

≤0.1

<0.1

 

Packaging & Delivery of our Argon

Packaging Details

1. ISO Standard Seamless Steel Cylinder in various specifications 
2. Drum 
3. Tube Trailer 
4. As customers' demands

Delivery Time

25-30 days after PO and deposit confirmed

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Introduction of gas welding argon
Argon is a colorless, odorless inert gas. At high concentrations, people can suffocate. Argon is an atmospheric gas, generally obtained by separating air. Crude argon containing up to 5% oxygen is extracted from the main air separation column and purified to achieve the desired commercial purity grade. Argon is the most common rare gas in the earth's atmosphere. It can be obtained from the oxygen produced by air separation, mainly in the inert gas used as a stand-alone or special gas mixture.
Argon can also be recovered from the exhaust gas of certain ammonia plants. Argon gas has a wide range of applications in many industries. The most common one is as shield gas in arc welding - either pure argon or as part of a gas mixture. Argon gas is also one of the main filling gases for incandescent lamps (filaments), phosphor tubes, and thyristor tubes.
Argon can also be used as a carrier gas for chromatography, sputtering, plasma etching and ion implantation. It provides an argon-enclosed environment for crystal growth, viticulture, and pharmaceutical packaging. Argon gas and fluorine and helium can be mixed in an excimer laser. As an insulating gas, argon is also a popular way to increase the thermal insulation effectiveness of energy-saving windows.
Argon can also be used as a protective gas in iron, steel and heat treatment industries - especially when the metal that is sensitive to nitriding is treated in a nitrogen-based atmosphere.
Other smaller applications include freezing, refrigeration, decarbonization of stainless steel, airbag inflation, fire suppression, spectrometry, and cleaning or balancing of spectrometers in the laboratory.
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