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125 cu/ft 75% Argon 25% CO2 Welding Gas Cylinder Tank CGA 580 - FULL

Brand:Kaplan Industries

SKU:
ZZ126AG25S-FULL
  • 125 cu/ft 75% Argon 25% CO2 Welding Gas Cylinder Tank CGA 580 - FULL
  • 125 cu/ft 75% Argon 25% CO2 Welding Gas Cylinder Tank CGA 580 - FULL
  • 125 cu/ft 75% Argon 25% CO2 Welding Gas Cylinder Tank CGA 580 - FULL
  • 125 cu/ft 75% Argon 25% CO2 Welding Gas Cylinder Tank CGA 580 - FULL
$322.99

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• All HP cylinders come with a 10 year hydrotest date stamped.
• All HP cylinders are within 2 years of stamped date.
• Meets DOT and/or ISO regulations.
• DOT number is stamped on the tank.
• Shipping only available to Continental US (Lower 48 States).

All HP cylinders come with a 10 year hydrotest date stamped. All HP cylinders are within 2 years of stamped date. Meets DOT and/or ISO regulations. DOT number is stamped on the tank. Rated Safety on Valve: 3,360 psi. These are filled at industry standard of 2,015 psi. Prior to shipping, we test each cylinder for 2,015 psi to ensure there are no leaks. Manfacturer's Cylinder Specifications: 125 cu/ft Steel High Pressure Gas Cylinders: Working Pressure = 3AA2265, Test Pressure = 3775, Diameter = 7-1/4", Length = 41-1/2", Weight = 50 lbs. It is advised to contact your local gas supplier(s) to verify their policy on re-filling customer-owned cylinders. No Return on Full or Empty cylinders due to DOT regulations associated with the transport of the cylinders. In cases where damage occurs during transit, Weldfabulous will do our best to correct the issue. Please contact us for any questions or concerns. Shipping only available to Continental US (Lower 48 States).

Gas:  Argon/CO2

CGA Fitting:  580

Contents:  Argon / CO2

Color:  Black

Tank Size:  125 Cu./Ft.

Height:  48"

Diameter:  7"

Weight:  69 lbs.

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  1. Most convenient option for getting shield gas 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jun 2nd 2018

    I've been getting my shield gas here for years. I live in an area where we have one gas supplier, and to say they are bad is an understatement. High prices, often "filled" tanks are only 1200psi, and frequently the gas can be (seemingly intentionally) unusable. This is their protocol for people with owner tanks so that they can make more money renting their 60 year old tanks out monthly to get reliable service.
    Enter weld fabulous to my life about seven years ago, and I've been buying filled tanks since. Even though I am nearly as far away from them geographically in the continental US as possible, I still always get my tanks in 2-3 days delivered for free. The gas is ALWAYS perfect, never had a bad tank of 75/25 or 100-Argon. The trans are always new from my experience, not just cosmetically perfect, but hydro test is always a single stamp, and always less than 12 months old.
    The price has gone up a bit recently for the first time, but it is still rather reasonable considering the tank being new and if you live in an area under a gas-dictator like me, the tanks can be sold for 1/2-2/3 of the full price from the site when empty.
    I do wish the occasional discount coupons weld fabulous offers would apply to tanks too in the future, it would definitely make me more prone to pre-order prior to needing them to take advantage of a deal.
    I honestly do not know what I would do without these though; the only reliable alternative would be to take up a rental account and pay monthly for tanks from the 50's to get reliable gas.
    Thank you weld fabulous!

  2. Reliable gas 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Feb 3rd 2018

    My local gas supply company is terribly unreliable. Whenever I get a refill there I end up with difficulty welding. Since there are no other gas supply companies that sell to the public near me, I just get full tanks here instead now. I always know exactly what I'll be working with, and the tanks are always in excellent condition making them a little easier to sell to offset the cost of buying full tanks versus refilling. The cost is still a bit high, but I guess worth it knowing my welding will be reliably shielded.