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ATAL™ is My Gas’ solution for shielding gases and mixtures in arc welding. Arc welding is a type of welding process using an electric arc to create heat to melt and join metals. A power supply creates an electric arc between a consumable or non-consumable electrode and the base material using either direct (DC) or alternating (AC) currents.
This is a versatile process ideal for joining ferrous and non-ferrous materials with a range of material thicknesses in all positions.
Gas cylinder size
Gaseous relative density
Heavier than air
Components (% Vol. abs)
Ar + CO2 18 % ±1.8%
Impurities (ppm v/v)
H2O (5 bar) ≤ 40
N2 ≤ 1 000
O2 ≤ 400
H2 ≤ 200
- All purpose MAG welding of carbon steels
- MAG welding of solid and flux cored wires
- Recommandations: Ensure adequate ventilation. For full and more detailed information, please consult the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)..
- Hazards identification: Contains gas under pressure; may explode under the effect of heat. Asphyxiant in high concentrations.
- Flammability range: Non-flammable
- Shipping type: Compressed gases
- Proper shipping name: Compressed gas, N.O.S. (Argon, Carbon Dioxide)
- UN Number: 1956
- ADR Class: 2
- Classification code: 1A
- ADR pictogram