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Hobbyweld 15

(83% Argon, 15% Carbon Dioxide, 2% Oxygen)

As Hobbyweld 15 has been given the name ‘universal’ gas by customers, this shows that the gas can be used for many applications.

This gas mix contains a higher CO2 content than the Hobbyweld 5 so offers combined benefits of good welding performance and minimal spatter make it very popular among the agricultural, on-site and mobile welding market.  This gas is used in structural steel work and general fabrication.

Hobbyweld 15 is recommended for use with mild steel at a thickness of over 7mm. For thinner materials, please look at Hobbyweld 5.

Cylinder Sizes
Cylinder Dimensions
Cylinder Capacities
Features & Benefits
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Cylinder Sizes

Original (Small)

Deposit
£65

Plus (Medium)

Deposit
£110

Ultra (Large)

Deposit
£190

Cylinder Dimensions

Original (Small)

Height
840 mm
Diameter
160 mm
Tare Weight (approx.)
13.7 kg
Deposit
£65

Plus (Medium)

Height
950 mm
Diameter
200 mm
Tare Weight (approx.)
31.4 kg
Deposit
£110

Ultra (Large)

Height
1050 mm
Diameter
200 mm
Tare Weight (approx.)
31.4 kg
Deposit
£190

Cylinder Capacities

Original (Small)

Water Capacity
9 litre
Gas Pressure
137 bar / 1987 psi
Volume
1.34m³
Deposit
£65

Plus (Medium)

Water Capacity
20 litre
Gas Pressure
230 bar / 3335 psi
Volume
4.86m³
Deposit
£110

Ultra (Large)

Water Capacity
20 litre
Gas Pressure
300 bar / 4351 psi
Volume
6.13m³
Deposit
£190

Features & Benefits

Original (Small)

Cylinder Outlet
5/8" BSP RH Female
Deposit
£65

Plus (Medium)

Cylinder Outlet
5/8" BSP RH Female
Deposit
£110

Ultra (Large)

Cylinder Outlet
EN 561 Quick-Action
Deposit
£190

Hobbyweld Cylinder Deposit

The Hobbyweld Cylinder Deposit is a one-off, refundable charge. There is no limit to how long you keep the cylinder and you can exchange it as often or as little as you like.

If you need to return the cylinder, take it to any Hobbyweld stockist for a refund (note: You will need your deposit form and a small admin charge applies).

A cost effective alternative for occasional use when compared to monthly or annual rental charges.

More Products

Hobbyweld 5

As the most popular MIG welding gas mix, there are an abundance of benefits this gas can provide.

Carbon Dioxide (Industrial Grade)

Carbon dioxide is suitable for a wide range of applications, such as hydroponics, aquatic gardening and is often low grade welding.

Argon

Argon is generally used when TIG welding stainless steel, carbon steel and aluminium – it can also be used on a MIG welder

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