BOC Welding Gas

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Introducing BOC Welding Gas Cylinders service at Spectrum

As we expand our services for our clients, we have set up a reseller / trusted partnership deal with BOC, the industry leader, so you can get the best welding gases you need for your specific welding requirements.

Why Choose BOC Welding Gases?

BOC has a long-standing reputation for excellence in providing welding gases that consistently deliver superior performance and reliability. Whether you’re working on intricate precision welding or heavy-duty industrial applications, BOC gases are engineered to meet the highest standards, ensuring exceptional weld quality and efficiency.

Our Comprehensive Range of BOC Welding Gases

We offer a comprehensive selection of BOC welding gases to cater to a diverse range of welding processes and applications. From MIG and TIG welding to oxy-fuel cutting and brazing, we have the right gas for your needs. Our range includes:

  • Argon: Ideal for TIG welding of non-ferrous metals and MIG welding of stainless steel.
  • CO2: A cost-effective option for MIG welding carbon steel.
  • Oxygen: Essential for oxy-fuel welding, cutting, and brazing operations.
  • Acetylene: Providing high-temperature flame ideal for cutting, welding, and brazing.
  • Argon Mixes: Customized blends for specific welding applications, offering improved arc stability and penetration.

Unparalleled Service and Support

At Spectrum Welding Supplies, customer satisfaction is our top priority. When you choose BOC welding gases through us, you can expect not only premium-quality products but also exceptional service and support every step of the way. Our team of welding experts is dedicated to helping you find the right gas for your application and ensuring seamless delivery to your doorstep.

Call: 01246 205 267

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Welding Gas Cylinder Weights, Sizes & Colours

We have copied the specification sheet from the BOC website (above) to help you Understand the colour coding, sizes and weights of gas cylinders According to their website the cylinder label is the primary means of identifying the properties of the gas in a cylinder, whereas the colour applied to the shoulder, or curved part at the top of the cylinder, signifies the European standard colour coding. Please note that a number of industrial gases have been assigned a specific colour based on the hazard risk. Please call for more information.