Welding Gas Prices Below are Argon gas price, Oxygen and Argon 5/2 prices. The Argon gas price includes delivery to you. Our Mig gas, which is also called ‘Argon 5/2’ is a mixture of Carbon Dioxide (5%) and Oxygen (2%) in Argon (93%) and we can make up varying mixtures Argon, with CO2 and Oxygen in the same bottle. Mixtures of Argon with helium are also manufactured. Our bottles comply with Australian standards and that means that your existing regulator will fit straight on to the cylinder. All bottles are Speedgas branded and they are full of gas, and our argon gas prices include delivery & GST. Argon gas price and bottle sizes: C Size: New $220 & Refill $75 D Size: New $360 & Refill $110 E Size: New $460 & Refill $160 G Size: New $560 & Refill $180 Delivery is within 30km of CBD in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & Adelaide. The no rental gas model allows a customer to own an argon gas bottle (cylinder), to avoid the daily and yearly cost of rental. The first cost is higher, as it includes the cost of the cylinder, and then the only ongoing cost is the refill or swap-over cost. The system works in a similar fashion to “swap & Go” with LPG cylinders except that we deliver to you, whether at home or at work. This is an alternative to paying rental on gas bottles for welding gas and the prices are provided so you can do a comparison to see if it works for you. In the comparison make sure you include delivery, rental, handling and all costs.
Argon is a gas that has no colour, odour or taste. But that doesn’t stop it from getting lots of attention. Argon is known as one of the seven noble gases and is highly prized for its properties as a chemically inert substance. When placed in argon gas cylinders, the non-flammable and non-toxic powers of this noble gas are concentrated in an easy to use way. This improves work quality and increases safety levels. High quality guaranteed with an argon gas cylinders The main industrial application for argon gas is as a shielding agent during welding and other high-temperature processes. The most common argon welding processes are tungsten inert gas (TIG) welding and metal inert gas (MIG) welding. These are typically used for both aluminium and steel welding applications. Both of these processes use consumable and non-consumable electrodes to produce the weld. They usually require an argon gas cylinder to supply gas to protect the process. Because it can’t catch fire and ignite and won’t produce toxic fumes, argon stops atmospheric gases such as oxygen, nitrogen, and even water vapour from interfering with the weld. If any of these atmospheric gases come into contact with the weld, they can degrade its quality and even increase the time it takes to complete the work. Rent Free Gas: argon gas cylinders specialists Owning your own argon gas cylinder outright instead of paying to rent it is now possible thanks to Rent Free Gas. We stock a wide range of argon gas cylinders, from small D sized cylinders through to large G sized units for the big jobs. An argon gas cylinder is just the beginning though. We also provide specialised gas mixes, including Mix 5/2 – an argon/ CO2/oxygen mix perfectly suited for MIG welding. Whatever job you need to tackle with an argon gas cylinder, we can help you achieve the right mix and secure the best equipment Own an argon gas cylinders with Rent Free Gas At [...]