WELDING AND CUTTING WITH PROPANE BASED FUELS WITH THE DHC 2000 TORCH
Cobra Torches has designed a complete set of propane welding and heating tips for the DHC 2000 welding and cutting torch. These tips will also fit the Henrob and Dillon torches.
There are 4 propane welding tips (.5, 1, 2, 3). These tips are identified with the letter P for Propane and the number size to follow. For example if you see a P-2 stamped on a tip it will be a propane fuel tip and a size 2 orifice. There is also one propane heating tip available that is to be used during cutting operations. The propane heating tip (PH-2) has multiple holes on the end to increase heating due to the lower BTU’s produced by propane based fuels.
Gas Welding Aluminum
Aluminum is everywhere, which means that the potential need to repair it is also abundant. Indeed, I’ve made countless aluminum repairs – from boat props to storm doors; from a housing bracket under the hood of my truck to the extension latter in my garage. I’ve done more aluminum repairs than I care to admit. But, I do find solace in not having to rely on someone else for repairs or replacement parts to come through. Throughout my years of welding at trade shows I’ve discovered I’m not alone. Countless people have approached me wanting to know how to make aluminum repairs with their oxy-fuel setup, so I would share with them some of the techniques, tips and tricks that I employ. This article is simply an extension of those efforts.