Gas welding

Gas welding,

Definition of Gas welding:

  1. A method of welding in which the combustion of a gas is used as a source of heat.

  2. Metal joining process in which the ends of pieces to be joined are heated at their interface by producing coalescence with one or more gas flames (such as oxygen and acetylene), with or without the use of a filler metal.

Meaning of Gas welding & Gas welding Definition