You only need to change your torch tip to make the switch to hi-
Do you need high-
The newest generation of Messer cutting tables with ALFA torches need 25-
Using a cutting torch fueled by hi-
Compared to any other oxy-
Keep the torch body you already use -
The Edison Welding Institute says...
Natural gas is an excellent fuel...it had less tendency to round the top edge of the cut and produced less slag or dross. Also, the dross that was produced...did not adhere as tightly to the plate and was more easily removed. No difference was found in cutting speed between acetylene and natural gas...
One New Jersey metal fabricator pierces 1 1/2” plate steel in about 20 seconds with
Comparing 1” plate steel cut with acetylene (left) and natural gas (right) shows a cleaner cut with less slag and any slag that is formed is more easily removed from the natural gas cut piece.
Cut with Acetylene
Cut with Natural Gas
See how well natural gas performs!
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Pick The Right Torch Booster For Your Shop
Do you have more than 12 cutting torches or multiple production stations in your
shop? Good news! Torch Boosters can be connected to a gas manifold to supply multiple
cutting tables or production areas, and if you have more than 12 torches in your
facility, multiple Torch Booster modules can be connected together. Based on your
torch cutting requirements G-
High pressure natural gas is the best fuel for flame cutting