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History of Gas Welding

History of Gas Welding - The oxyacetylene process was an outgrowth of to discovery of Henry Louis Le Chatelier, a French chemist, who in 1895 showed that the combustion of acetylene with oxygen produced a flame having a temperature far higher than that of any gas flame previously known. 

The commercial success of the oxyacetylene process, however, depended upon the availability of oxygen and acetylene in sufficient quantities to make the process practical. In the early 1900's torches of a practical type were introduced and by 1903 the oxyacetylene process began to be used industrially. 

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