Company develops alternative to using pure helium for laser welding
March 13, 2014 Editor 0
Industrial gases and engineering company the Linde Group launched its Lasgon series in central Europe in the 1990s as an alternative to using pure helium for laser welding that conserves the gas and has an increased adaptability to welding, says welding, cutting and gas products supplier Afrox national safety and gas equipment specialist Hennie van Rhyn. Afrox is a subsidiary of the Linde Group of companies.
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