Shielding gases

Linde has a long-standing commitment to the welding industry.

Laser cutting of stainless steel with nitrogen.

Selecting the right shielding gas can optimise your welding results. Not only do shielding gases protect the finished weld from the effects of oxygen and nitrogen in the atmosphere, they can also have a positive effect on weld metal properties such as strength, corrosion resistance and toughness. In addition, they can optimise the weld bead shape and size as well as the weld porosity and fusion. And that’s not all – shielding gases can increase your productivity by accelerating the welding process and minimising the amount of spatter.
As one of the leading suppliers of industrial gases, we have a long-standing commitment to the welding industry. Our global team of application engineers have expertise in all shielding gas processes and can advise you on the mixture best suited to your individual application challenges. We back this up with extensive safety, training and maintenance support to keep your operations running smoothly.

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Wide offer of our shielding gases in cylinders and bundles for various available welding techniques of all structural materials are available online in our Webshop.

Basic shielding gases - Properly selected allow for optimal welding process and the high quality of weld:
 - Argon
 - Argon 4.5
 - Azot 4.0
 - Dwutlenek węgla
 - CORGON ®10
 - CORGON ®18
 - CORGON ®25
 - CORGON ®5S2
 - CORGON ®12S2
 - CORGON ®1
 - CORGON ®2
 - CORGON ®8

Eye protection with protective screen at shielding gas welding (Source speedglas)

Premium shielding gases - in addition to high-quality weld allow to improve the performance of the welding process and to care about working environment:
 - Hel 4.6
 - MISON®2
 - MISON®18
 - Gaz formujący 80/20
 - Gaz formujący 90/10

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