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Ningbo Feiyu Welding Instrument Co., Ltd.
Since 2014

Ningbo Feiyu Welding Instrument Co., Ltd. is located in the scenic Shayan Industrial Zone of Wuxiang Town in the east of Ningbo, near the tourist resort Tiantong Temple and Ashoka Temple. As China Gas Welding Equipment Supplier and OEM Gas Welding Kits Company, The factory covers an area of more than 15,000 square meters, with a construction area of 10,000 square meters. The plant is shady with trees and pleasant scenery, and is known as a garden-style ecological enterprise. The company has more than 100 employees and more than 30 million yuan in fixed assets. The company undertakes various OEM orders at home and abroad.
The company has accumulated more than 25 years of experience in various types of gas pressure reducers, gas heaters, welding torches, medical oxygen pressure reducers and medical gas terminals with sufficient and comprehensive talent reserves and complete production and testing equipment. production experience. The products sell well all over the country and overseas countries, and have won unanimous praise from the industry. supply OEM Gas Welding Kits OEM Custom.
The company follows the business philosophy of "enterprise survival, quality-oriented", and carries out strict quality control on all kinds of products produced. The company serves our customers with talents, equipment, service and quality.
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    Technical staff

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Gas welding equipment kits typically include the necessary tools and accessories for gas welding, such as a torch handle, welding tips, hoses, regulators, and a gas cylinder. These kits can vary in size and complexity depending on the type of welding you plan to do and the specific kit you purchase.
Here are some common components of a gas welding equipment kit:
Torch Handle: This is the handheld part of the welding torch that controls the flow of gas and oxygen to the welding tip.
Welding Tips: Different sizes and styles of welding tips are used for different welding applications. The welding tips are attached to the torch handle.
Hoses: The hoses connect the welding torch to the gas cylinders and regulators. Hoses are typically made from rubber or plastic.
Regulators: The regulators are used to control the flow of gas and oxygen to the welding torch. Regulators typically have gauges that indicate the pressure of the gas and oxygen in the cylinders.
Gas Cylinder: The gas cylinder is filled with the gas used for welding, such as acetylene or propane.
Welding Goggles: Welding goggles protect your eyes from the intense light produced during welding.
Welding Gloves: Welding gloves protect your hands from the heat and flames produced during welding.
Spark Lighter: A spark lighter is used to ignite the gas and oxygen mixture in the welding torch.
Tip Cleaners: Tip cleaners are small metal wires used to clean the welding tips.
Carrying Case: Some gas welding equipment kits come with a carrying case to keep all the components organized and easy to transport.
It's important to choose a gas welding equipment kit that suits your specific needs and skill level. If you're new to gas welding, consider starting with a basic kit and then adding more components as your skills and welding projects become more complex.

Gas welding involves working with flammable gases and high temperatures, so it is important to take proper safety precautions to prevent injury and damage. Here are some safety precautions you should take when using gas welding equipment:
Wear protective clothing and gear: Wear protective clothing, including gloves, a welding apron, and a welding helmet with a shade that is appropriate for the welding process you are performing. Also, wear welding goggles to protect your eyes from the bright light produced during welding.
Ensure proper ventilation: Gas welding produces toxic fumes and gases, so make sure you work in a well-ventilated area. If you're working indoors, make sure there is adequate ventilation or use an exhaust hood.
Keep a fire extinguisher nearby: In case of a fire, have a fire extinguisher nearby that is rated for use on flammable liquids and electrical fires.
Check equipment for damage: Before starting to weld, inspect all equipment for damage, leaks, or other issues. Repair or replace damaged equipment before using it.
Use the correct gas cylinder: Make sure you are using the correct gas cylinder for your specific welding task, and ensure that the gas cylinder is securely fastened to the welding cart.
Check for gas leaks: Always check for gas leaks before starting to weld. Use a soapy water solution to detect leaks, and never use a lighter or matches to check for leaks.
Follow proper lighting procedures: Follow proper lighting procedures to prevent flashbacks, which can be dangerous. Use a spark lighter to ignite the torch, and always light the torch before opening the gas cylinder valve.
Never leave the equipment unattended: Never leave the equipment unattended while it is in use. Turn off the gas cylinder valve and the torch when you are finished welding.
By following these safety precautions, you can minimize the risk of injury or damage while using gas welding equipment.

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