Rent Free Gas Cylinders
How it works
Unlike your typical gas supplier, we do not charge rental on our gas cylinders. Simply pay a one off deposit for the gas cylinder and "pay as you go" for your gas refills. We have gas mixtures available for all forms of welding, cutting and brazing - no matter if it's steel, aluminium or stainless steel, we have the gas for you. All cylinders are fitted with a standard industrial gas valve.
Hobbyweld 5 (MIG Welding)
This gas is recommended for use with sheet or thin sections of carbon/mild steel at a thickness of less than 7mm, making it the perfect choice for vehicle restoration.
Hobbyweld 5 is simple to use and provides fast travel speeds with minimal spatter, reducing your clean up time.View more details and technical information at www.hobbyweld.co.uk
Hobbyweld 15 (MIG Welding)
For thicker sections of steel (7mm - 15mm), making it more popular for general fabrication, repair and light trade applications.
This universal gas mix gives superb weld quality and excellent penetration together with minimal spatter and low fume levels.View more details and technical information at www.hobbyweld.co.uk
Pure Argon (TIG Welding)
Most commonly used as a shielding gas for TIG welding stainless steel, carbon steel, aluminium and other non-ferrous metals.
Alternatively used on a MIG welder for aluminium in conjunction with the correct wire and consumables.View more details and technical information at www.hobbyweld.co.uk
Oxygen (Gas Welding)
Oxygen is commonly and traditionally used with a fuel gas to support a wide range of applications, such as; cutting, brazing, soldering and welding (acetylene only).
Oxygen supports the combustion of fuel gas which enables a higher flame temperature to be achieved.View more details and technical information at www.hobbyweld.co.uk
Acetylene (Gas Welding)
The hottest, most efficient fuel gas on the market and the preferred product for most processes, including; cutting, heating, brazing and gas welding.
Benefit from improved cutting speeds, faster pre-heat times and extensive improvements to quality.View more details and technical information at www.hobbyweld.co.uk
Hobbyweld nitrogen has a number of uses, such as food preservation, wine propelling and is even used in many light bulbs. Nitrogen is also used frequently to provide balloon drops as an alternative to compressed air.View more details and technical information at www.hobbyweld.co.uk
This helium bottle is the same size and is filled to the same pressure as our welding cylinders providing the capability to fill a massive number of balloons, making it perfect for weddings, birthdays, festive parties and much more.View more details and technical information at www.hobbyweld.co.uk