Noble has been supplying Industrial Gases and Equipment to the welding industry for more than 75 years. The welding industry continues to be very technically challenging, with an ever-increasing number of new processes, materials, and innovative technologies.
We know that the best equipment produces the best work, and keeping you in business is our business. That’s why we offer our customers top-of-the-line machinery. Our diverse catalog of welding machines comes from leading vendors in the industry including, but not limited to:
Plasma Cutting is a technique used in different industries due to its high-speed, precision, and relatively low cost. We offer a variety of plasma cutting systems that are sure to stay cutting with you, through thick and thin! Our most popular plasma cutters come from highly reliable brands like:
Picking out the correct filler metal for your welds greatly affects the weld quality, shop air quality, productivity, and appearance of your final project. We can provide you with the best materials corresponding to your welding process. We offer filler materials from top name brands:
We know the kind of consumables you choose can make or break your project and budget. Noble Gas Solutions is here to help you choose the best quality consumable, at an affordable price, for your welding and cutting processes. We keep a wide variety in stock for your last minute needs and are always in search of new ways to better your weld quality and downtime.
Welcome to world of welding automation! A simple way to make your business more cost-effective, productive, and highly accurate. We offer different kinds of automation from semi-automatic machines to fully automatic. Reduce the level of human error that may impact your final project and choose consistency in all your welds and cuts. Take a look at the forms of automation available to see what best fits your needs.
Safety is a priority. Contaminants found in welding fumes, grinding dust, and oil mist could cause serious harm. At Noble Gas Solutions we strive to find the right solutions to control and mitigate welding fume and cutting smoke within the production environment from common welding processes. We’ll help you select a fume elimination system that is most suitable for your workshop. We offer a diverse array of clean air solutions from brands you can trust.
Oxy-fuel cutting is widely used for cutting steel of all shapes and sizes. Oxyacetylene welding, commonly referred to as gas welding, makes use of a fuel gas combined with oxygen as a heating medium. Noble Gas Solutions supplies gases needed for these processes, including oxygen, acetylene, propane, chemtane, and hydrogen. Our Noble Gas team can help you choose the right nozzle type and fuels to mix in order to improve the quality and speed of your cut or weld.
Noble Gas Solutions is capable of filling all of your metalworking needs ranging from small hobbies to large-scale jobs. We focus on the supplies you’ll need so you can focus on your metalworking. We can supply materials from the following brands:
Grinders & Abrasives
Your time is valuable. Our selection of in-stock, higher quality abrasive discs will get the job done fast and reduce grinding time. As your trusted abrasive supplier, Noble Gas Solutions has a large selection of grinders and abrasive discs that are both top quality and budget friendly. Speed up your grinding process and add a clean, smooth finish to all of your projects by choosing from our stocked inventory supplied by reliable brands you can trust.
Brazing & Soldering
Noble Gas Solutions supplies brazing filler metals and fluxes for the soldering or brazing process, along with equipment, such as irons and torches. Most commonly used by HVAC and plumbing businesses, we offer a comprehensive inventory of brazing and soldering metals and alloys in a wide variety of engineered forms. We’ll help select the product(s) that best fit your needs.
Soldering vs Brazing
Soldering and brazing are processes designed to join two or more items by melting and putting a filler metal into the joint. There are various soldering and brazing metals to choose from including lead, tin, silver, cobalt, nickel, and copper.
One of the key differences between soldering and brazing is the melting temperature of the filler metal- soldering filler metals melt at a lower temperature than brazing. Because of this, soldering results in a lower-strength bond than brazing but this is fine for most applications. Soldering is often used to join electrical components together or for plumbing purposes such as pipes.