Air Liquide Industrial U.S. LP

12800 W. Little York Road
Houston, TX 77041

Phone: 713-896-2359

www.us.airliquide.com

Sales Contact
Charles Caristan - Business Development Manager-Welding and Cutting
charles.caristan@airliquide.com
713-896-2333

Recent Content on TheFabricator.com for Air Liquide Industrial U.S. LP

Article
September 16, 2010
Forming new possibilities with laser blanking
If high-speed fiber lasers replace the traditional mechanical blanking press, they would open up new possibilities of blank designs optimized for the forming processes downstream.
Article
November 2, 2009
Say goodbye to hard tooling
The high-powered fiber laser now can take on the work of the blanking press.
Article
March 24, 2009
Smooth wire feeding, smooth welding
A recent study analyzed wire feed practices, tested variables, and took initial steps at developing a scientific knowledge base that ultimately could take the trial and error out of wire feed setup.
Article
September 11, 2007
Choosing shielding gases for arc welding
Proper selection of the shielding gas for gas metal arc welding (GMAW), flux-cored arc welding (FCAW), and gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW) processes can dramatically improve speed, quality, and deposition rate of a given weldment.
News
July 10, 2007
Air Liquide appoints president/CEO
Air Liquide USA LLC, Houston, has named Michael J. Graff as president and CEO and as a director of U.S. subsidiary businesses.Graff leads the...
News
March 13, 2007
American Air Liquide presents President's Safety Awards
American Air Liquide recently presented awards for exceptional safety achievement at its annual senior management team meeting in Houston.For 2006,...
News
January 9, 2007
Air Liquide appoints distributor network director
Air Liquide America L.P., which provides packaged and specialty gases in the U.S., has appointed Michael (Mike) Stoddard as director of its ALNET...
Article
August 29, 2002
Get the most out of your laser
To be competitive in today's market, a laser user must be sure that equipment is operating at an optimum level. Maintaining your gas source and gas distribution system, installing properly sized pipe, and choosing the right gas supply system are some practical steps to take that can help develop the right gas supply system for a laser.
Article
April 15, 2002
Targeting gas cylinders to improve safety, reduce costs
This article tells the story of a specialty chemical company and how it handles cylinder-gas challenges.
Article
February 14, 2002
The importance of lasing gas purity
Here's some food for thought on lasing gases: How are they created? What are their potential impurities? Which impurities and how much of them are of concern? What lasing gases should be used? How do you protect yoiur high-quality lasing gases from contamination? Giving these items some attention could save you some trouble down the road.

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