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Colourless, Odourless Gas Has Its Place

Colourless, odourless gas is usually associated with negative things like Carbon Monoxide and Radon, but these types of gases can have many beneficial uses as well from food packaging to oh, allowing us to breathe! The most common examples of beneficial colourless, odourless gas are: Argon Carbon Dioxide Helium Nitrogen Oxygen A Deeper Look At…

Exploring Food Grade Industrial Gases in Mississauga

Have you noticed how much easier it is to find healthy, pre-packaged food options these days? Pre-packaged food used to be full of salts and preservatives. Your choices were limited to food that had already been cooked and was then frozen and ready for re-heating before you could dig in to it. Today, we have…

The Basics of Axial Spray Transfer

Axial spray transfer is one of the three primary methods of metal transfer in MIG welding. Axial spray methods deposit wire electrodes as a stream of small molten droplets. The droplets are sprayed along the axis of the arc. There are several advantages to axial spray transfer: Works well on many of the most common…

What To Look For When Estimating Your Forklift Propane Needs

Have you ever wondered how much forklift propane your fleet needs or if your forklift is getting the right amount of mileage out of a tank of propane? We’re going to try to take some of the mystery out of estimating your forklift propane needs so you’re never left with less supply than you need….

Work With Your Gas Supplier To Ensure Adequate Supply To Meet Your Needs

Having the right gas on hand, and the right amount of that gas, is critical to getting the job done. If you’ve been in business for a while you probably have a good handle on what type and how much gas you need from your industrial gas supplier every week. But if you’re new to…

The Best Welding Method Depends On The Job At Hand

Did you know that there are over 30 different types of welding processes? That can make it tough to say with complete certainty that one welding method is the absolute best, hands-down. The fact is, NO welding method is the absolute best – that’s why we have 30 different methods in the first place! The…

Advantages and Limitations of Submerged Arc Welding

The names for welding techniques are pretty straightforward…stick welding uses a stick electrode, flux core welding requires a flux core, etc. From a practical naming standpoint Submerged Arc Welding (SAW) is no different. In Submerged Arc Welding, the arc zone is fully submerged beneath a heavy layer of flux material. The process protects the weld…

An Introduction To Flux Core Welding

Flux Core welding, Flux Cored welding, and Fluxed Cored Arc welding (FCAW) are different names for the same welding process. Flux core welding is used primarily in welding jobs that require a higher deposition rate than what regular MIG welding can offer. The process is very similar to MIG welding with two significant differences: A…

The Basics Of TIG Welding, GTAW, And Tungsten Inert Gas Welding

TIG welding, also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) or Tungsten Inert Gas Welding is used most commonly in weld applications where precision weld deposits and high quality bead appearances are required. In TIG welding, an electric arc is created between the weld metal and a non-consumable Tungsten electrode. This differs from MIG welding,…

Try Out The ESAB’s New 2017 Welding Machines In Brampton

Josef Gas has been undergoing some major changes at our Concord, ON site. In addition to expanding our filling station, we are renovating and expanding our showroom. This expansion is in direct response to customer requests that they be able to see more products on the floor and to support our growing team. We heard…