The Micro-flame Water Welder is a high performance gas-generating soldering unit, producing a high temperature flame - in the range of 1200 to 3300°C - with a reliable, low-cost and safe operation.
Using a standard electrical supply, hydrogen and oxygen are produced by the electrolysis of distilled water. The mixed gases are passed through a gas atomiser and delivered to single or multiple torches via an output lead. Acknowledged as an industry standard, the Micro-flame Waterwelder has been in production for over 15 years.
Three different models of welder are available, allowing gas production to be matched to operating requirements. Easily adjustable flame size, through a range of simply-fitted torch tips, makes the Micro-flame Water Welder one of the most flexible machines of its kind on the market. Operation calls for no gas bottles or gas storage - from the moment the machine is switched on gas is only produced as it is required. During use the system is recharged by just topping-up with distilled water and replenishing the atomiser with fluid, normally MEK (methyl-ethyl-ketone). MEK gives the best all-round flame - very clean and high temperature with characteristics similar to those of butane.