Welding

WeldingErre Due electrolytic dissociation hydrogen generators can produce both the hydrogen and oxygen needed for oxyhydrogen welding, which burns with a hotter flame than conventional welding (3,000 degrees C compared with 1,600 degrees C respectively) which allows for faster job times, and produces only water vapour as a by-product.

Hydrogen generators can replace acetylene, propane and other combustible gases to create a safer and cleaner workplace.