Smith Welding Tips


Smith's Welding Tips

SMITH "SOFT FLAME" - Makes Welding Easier
Smith welding tips are quality engineered to provide easy handling, high performance and added protection in welding, brazing and soldering operations.


  "Soft Flame" Makes Welding Easier
Smith "soft flame" welding tips provide concentrated heat for better "puddle" control - the turbulent-free flame eliminates puddle chasing.  Soft flame provides deep, even penetration without burning through base metal for strong, dependable welds.  Molten metal is protected from atmospheric oxidation by smooth, even flame envelope.
  Slip-In Tips - Permit 360o Turn For Convenient Positioning
Tips may be rotated eliminating hose resistance during operation.  "Slip-In" tips can be changed in just seconds.  Hand tighten, no wrench needed.  "O" rings provide gas tight seal.  Keeps gases separate until they mix in the tip.
  "O" Ring Seals - Highly Reliable Sealing
"O" rings provide gas tight seal with no metal seating surface to damage if dropped.  Gases kept separate until entering the mixing chamber.
  Heavy Wall Copper - Provides Longer Life
The heavy wall copper gives greater resistance to reflected heat, permits cooler operation, dissipates more heat than thin wall copper.  Heat absorbing tips provide longer life, and the long straight-away design permits tip refacing after excessive wear or abuse.
 
    100% TESTING - ASSURED PERFORMANCE
Each tip is individually tested on Smith designed automatic testing machines and must pass stringent requirements for flame characteristics, gas flow and resistance to backfire or flashback.
MANIFOLDING CYLINDERS
When required flows ( cubic feet per hour - SCFH ) exceed the recommended withdrawal rate from one cylinder then additional cylinders must be manifolded to provide safe and efficient operation.  Acetylene must not be withdrawn at more than 1/7 of the cylinder capacity ( 47 SCFH for a 330 cu. ft. cylinder ).  Consult your gas supplier for manifolding instructions for the gases and cylinders supplied to you.


Model SW200 Series

SW200 Series - Heavy Duty Acetylene
The SW200 Series is far general and heavy welding and brazing.  Swagged construction provides greater heat concentration for improved "puddle" control.  Tips bent to 63-1/2o angle.  Replaceable "O" rings.
USE IN: Torch Handles - WH200 & SW1B.
FUEL GAS: These tips may also be used for brazing with MAPP, Liquid Air Fuel-Gas or brazing with propylene base fuel gases.  When using these gases, select a tip two sizes larger than recommended for the same work as acetylene.

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Price
Stock No.
Welding Range
Drill Size
Pressure Each Gas
( PSIG ) at Reg.
Consumption Each
Gas ( SCFH )
Inches
mm
$50.17
SW201
1/32"
.7
71
10
2.3
$50.17
SW203
5/64"
1.9
67
10
3.2
$50.17
SW205
1/8"
3
57
10
6
$54.50
SW207
3/16"
5
54
10
12
$54.50
SW209
3/8"
10
49
10
2
$87.25
SW210
1/2"
13
44
15
36

* Manifold 2 cylinders.
** Manifold 3 cylinders.
NOTE: Not recommended for use with Propane.
Consumption ( SCFH: cubic feet per hour ) figures shown, represent the average volumes of gases consumed when acetylene is added until sooty smoke just disappears from the acetylene flame prior to opening the oxygen valve and adjusting to a neutral flame.




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Model MW200 Series

MW200 Series - Medium Duty Acetylene
MW200 Series is for general purpose medium duty welding which features Smith "soft-flame" for easier puddle control and better penetration.  Tips are bent to 63-1/2o angle.  Replaceable "O" rings..
USE IN: Torch Handles - WH100 & MW5A.
FUEL GASES: These tips may also be used for brazing with MAPP, Liquid Ait Fuel-Gas or brazing with propylene base fuel gases.  When using these gases, select a tip two sizes larger that recommended for the same work as acetylene.

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Price
Stock
No.
Welding Range
Drill Size
Pressure Each Gas
( PSIG ) at Reg.
Consumption Each
Gas ( SCFH )
Inches
mm
$47.67
MW201
1/32"
.7
71
10
2.3
$47.67
MW203
5/64"
1.9
67
10
3.2
$47.67
MW205
1/8"
3
57
10
6
$51.75
MW207
3/16"
5
54
10
12
$51.75
MW209
3/8"
10
49
10
23

Consumption ( SCFH: cubic feet per hour ) figures shown, represent the average volumes of gases consumed when acetylene is added until sooty smoke just disappears from the acetylene flame prior to opening the oxygen valve and adjusting to a neutral flame.
NOTE: Not recommended for use with Propane,




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Model MW400 Series

MW400 Series - Propane / Natural Gas
General purpose medium duty brazing tips designed specifically for use with propane base mixture fuel gases with oxygen.  Tips bent to 63-1/2o angle.  Replaceable "O" rings..
USE IN: Torch Handles - WH100 & MW5A.

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Price
Stock
No.
Welding Range
Pressure - ( PSIG )
Consumption Each
Inches
mm
Oxygen
Propane
Oxygen
Propane
$57.25
MW411
1/2" - 5/8"
13 - 16
11
11
51.9
13



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Model AW200 Series

AW200 Airline Series Acetylene
General purpose standard duty welding / brazing tips.  Shorter, lighter and easier to handle.  Replaceable "O" rings.
USE IN: Torch Handles - AW1A & AW10A.
FUEL GAS: These tips may also be used for brazing with MAPP, Liquid Air Fuel-Gas or brazing with propylene base fuel gases.  When using these gases, select a tip two sizes larger than recommended for the same work as acetylene.
NOTE: Not recommended for use with Propane.

Buy
Price
Stock
No.
Welding Range
Drill Size
Pressure Each Gas
( PSIG ) at Teg.
Consumption Each
Gas ( SCFH )
Inches
mm
$40.50
AW201
.7
71
10
2.3
$40.50
AW203
5/64"
1.9
67
10
3.2
$40.50
AW205
1/8"
3
57
10
6
$43.25
AW207
3/16"
5
54
10
12
$43.25
AW209
3/8"
10
49
10
23
$43.25
AW210
1/2"
13
44
11
36

Consumption ( SCFH: cubic feet per hour ) figures shown, represent the average volumes of gases consumed when acetylene is added until sooty smoke just disappears from the acetylene flame prior to opening the oxygen valve and adjusting to a neutral flame.




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Last update 1 Jan 2010