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Tame the Flame: Explore Our Acetylene Regulators for Precision Welding & Cutting

Fuel your welding and cutting prowess with our extensive selection of acetylene regulators, designed for both professional and hobbyist use. Whether you’re a seasoned fabricator or a weekend warrior tackling a DIY project, we have the perfect regulator to ensure safe, controlled, and efficient delivery of acetylene gas.

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  • Single-stage: Ideal for basic welding and cutting applications, offering affordability and ease of use
  • Two-stage: Delivering precise pressure control and superior performance for demanding tasks
  • Flowmeter-equipped: Monitor gas flow with unmatched accuracy for intricate projects
  • Industrial-grade: Built to withstand the rigors of heavy-duty use in professional workshops

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FAQs:

What should the regulator be set to for acetylene?

As a general guideline, the recommended working pressure range for acetylene gas is between 5-15 psi (pounds per square inch) for welding and 5-40 psi for cutting applications. It is important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations and to use the appropriate regulator for the specific type of gas being used.

Do you turn off oxygen or acetylene first?

We recommend closing the oxygen valve first whenever turning off an oxy-fuel torch system especially when Acetylene is fuel.

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