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HFlame alkaline electrolyser

HFlame produces gas that can be used in most applications where oxygen, acetylene, propane or natural gas are employed. HFlame is an alkaline electrolyser technology producing an oxy-hydrogen flame that is far superior to traditional technologies.

HFlame has been designed to replace standard gas and oxy-acetylene systems for a variety of laboratory and workshop applications including heating, brazing/soldering, cutting, polishing of metal, plastic, glass and quartz.

HFlame is an on-demand gas generator which provides a high temperature, focused flame from electricity and water. It removes the need to store large amounts of flammable gas and the costs of rental and delivery of gas bottles.

Key features
• Simple to use
• Failsafe
• Precision flame
• Torch equipment remains cool to the touch increasing safety
• High flame temperature
• Faster heating of metals with a smaller heat affected zone
• No pollution
• Small amounts of stored gas increasing safety – generate on demand

Please download the product specification for further details, or contact us for more information about HFlame.

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