How Does Your Safety Program Stack Up?

By Laura Frederick
July 15, 2019 Category: Safety, Welding, Industrial, Training, Auditing

All the common welding and industrial gases found in the work place are hazardous when safety procedures and equipment are not used or ignored. Welding and industrial gas safety requires training and equipment which is readily available from gas and welding equipment suppliers.

How Technology Can Enhance Growth at Home and at Work

By Laura Frederick
June 13, 2019 Category: Technology, Business, WEMCO, Software

By Dave Marquard, WEMCO Tech Chair June 8, 2019 Curiosity has often driven me to action. In 1982 I purchased one of the worlds first portable computers, the Osborne 1. It weighed almost 25 pounds and didnt have an on-board battery. It had to be plugged into a wall outlet to power up and use. However, it was still classified as a portable computer because it could be hand-carried. The Osborne 1 shipped with a large bundle of software worth almost as much as the computer. That software included some of the most powerful and pioneering programs of the day such as D-Base2 for data sorting; SuperCal, an early spreadsheet, and WordStar, a leading word processor application that had a dominant market share that lasted until the mid-1980s. I was a young VP at a small welding equipment manufacturing company, which while a market leader in its small niche, could never seem to break out of a slow growth cycle. My new computer aided ability to process large amounts of data, prepare what

SuperFlash CEO Announced as a winner in 2019 Smart 50 Awards

By Laura Frederick
May 03, 2019 Category: Superflash, Oxygo, Smart50, Innovation

Victoria Marquard-Schultz/OxyGo Announced as a winner in 2019 Smart 50 Awards

Introducing the iMixone Gas Mixer!

By Laura Frederick
March 11, 2019 Category: IMixone, SuperFlash, Gas Mixer, IBEDA, Welding, Safety

iMixone with integrated high-pressure regulators and flow control Gas mixer with diffusion-mixing system for two gases with up to three pre-set mixing ratios, especially for welding processes. The SuperFlashiMixoneis used, for example, in the production of mixed gases for protective gas welding and covers the most frequently used gas mixtures for the MIG, MAG, TIG welding. Due to the mixing principle, this mixer also ensures a constant gas mixture even if the volume of gas withdrawal changes. Avoid additional energy costs with the iMixone! ADVANTAGES High mixing precision even if the volume of gas withdrawal changes Up to 3 mixing ratios can be pre-set according to customers requirement Cost savings due to the avoidance of storage of different premixes Gas inlet filters protect the device against contamination Diffusion-mixing principle, no power supply required Withdrawal of mixed gas from 5 l/min up to maximum capacity Sturdy, compact design Low maintenance EASY HANDLING Direct

How to Prevent Personal Obsolescence

By Erin Clark
February 05, 2019 Category: General

Here are three simple actions you can take to help prevent your own personal obsolescence.Warning: Personal obsolescence in a leader / manager can manifest itself in organizational underperformance, less than optimal personal compensation, and even unemployment. EMBRACE YOUR INDUSTRY MARKET: More than 2,500 years ago the great Chinese military strategist Sun Tzu (544 BC to 496 BC) wisely observed: If you know the enemy and know yourself you need not fear the results of a hundred battles. To modify this ancient axiom a little, You need not fear a hundred salary reviews, decisions, or market / industry changes, if you know the industry and the market. Having worked a dozen years for a large conglomerate before founding my own companies, I witnessed a common mistake by new division executives who often believed they didnt need to put in the considerable extra time required to learn the industry, market, and or even their products. This mistake was most often rooted in the erroneous belief

Chance to WIN a $250 Amazon Gift Card when you share your flashback near miss story

By Kristen Cifranic
March 23, 2016 Category: Amazon Gift Card Near Miss Preventing Serious Injury Safety

Four (4) $250 Amazon gift cards will be awarded to anyone who shares a near miss, or where a flashback arrestor prevented a "near miss" and / or accident that we could use in trade publications.

Five ways to keep your job

By Kristen Cifranic
July 29, 2015 Category: Technology Managers Keeping Your Job

So how do you avoid losing your job or having to fire someone? First, today’s technology is accelerating the axiom “sooner or later you will get paid for the value you produce” (or don’t produce, as the case maybe)”. Why? Because information and data on performance (or lack of performance) is rapidly and easily available.

Introducing the NEW SuperFlash IBEDA Inline Fuel Gas and Oxygen Filters

By Kristen Cifranic
July 08, 2015 Category: GF 25 Inline Fuel Gas And Oxygen Filter Pipelines Technical Gases

The new GF-25 Inline Gas and Oxygen Filters are designed for use in pipelines. Very user friendly and can be used with a variety of gases, including oxygen and many other technical gases.

NEW Flashback Arrestors and Check Valves for Fuel and Air Gas

By Kristen Cifranic
April 22, 2015 Category: Flashback Arrestor Check Valves Fuel Gas Air Gas Thermal Process Systems

SuperFlash has a new product line for thermal process systems and heating processes with fuel gas and air mixtures. The new product line consists of check valves (GRV Series) in accordance with EN730-2 so-called safety devices without integrated flame arrestor as well as models with check valves and an integrated flame arrestor (GRS Series). The new products are characterized by minimal cracking pressures between 4 and 6 mbar as well as extremely low pressure losses. These products can be used in thermal process plant applications with a natural gas supply as well as heating processes for welding, cutting, and related processes that are operated with mixtures of fuel gas and air. In this area the safety devices are used to safeguard plants, pipeline systems and tapping points and prevent gas return (check valves, model: GRV) or gas return and flashback (flashback resistant gas non-return valve, model: GRS). The safety devices satisfy the requirements specified in all relevant international

Stainless Steel Flashback Arrestors

By Kristen Cifranic
April 01, 2015 Category: Stainless Steel Flashback Arrestors Oxygen Hydrogen Flammable Gases

In addition to our standard high flow stainless steel flashback arrestor (model DG91NSS), we now offer three additional versions to cover a much larger range of flow rates and situations. Choose from our model DGN for standard flow applications all the way up to our models ESF and Demax designed for high flow manifold applications. Now no matter what application you have, we can provide a flashback arrestor made from stainless steel and suitable for use with higher purity gases, and in more demanding environments. Stainless steel flashback arrestors are designed for oxygen, hydrogen and other flammable gases where all stainless steel type 316 with Viton or other elastomers are desirable. These arrestors are standard with NPT connections; however they can be specially adapted and tested in our lab with a wide variety of connections, including Swagelok tube fittings.

The Importance of High Flow Flashback Arrestors

By Kristen Cifranic
March 25, 2015 Category: High Flow Flashback Arrestors, Torches, Tips

Different sizes of torches and tips require different flow rates to operate properly. It is very important to understand the required gas flow for your process to ensure safe operation. High flow capacity flashback arrestors allow sufficient gas flow for larger heating and cutting tips. Additionally they have significantly longer service life because of their high flow capacity. A flashback arrestor can restrict gas flow if it is too small for the application, causing backfires, short tip life, poor quality work, and even equipment damage. Tip sizes and consumption rates vary for equipment from different manufactures. A good rule of thumb is to use a high flow arrestor for tip sizes larger than #4. However It is always better to size an arrestor based on the actual gas consumption. Flashback arrestor flow charts and technical service are available to help make the correct decision based on the equipment you are using. High flow flashback arrestors have a larger flame barrier with increased

Fully customize and mix your gases!

By Kristen Cifranic
March 18, 2015 Category: Gas Mixer Adjustable Gas Mixer Shielding Gas Welding

SuperFlash / IBEDA two-gas adjustable gas mixer By Dave Marquard July 30, 2015 Westlake, OH SuperFlash Compressed Gas Equipment, manufacturer of compressed gas safety and control devices, offers a two-gas adjustable gas mixer that allows blending your own shielding gases at almost any ratio and is simple to operate! Save Money and Get Better Shielding Gas! Often times, when buying pre-mixed gases, the mix purchased from the gas company is close but not exactly the formula needed for the application. Other times, pre-mixed gases arent used quickly enough and the gases will stratify (become un-mixed) in the cylinder. The best solution to this problem is to allow users to fully customize and mix the gases at the time of application. The SuperFlash Compressed Gas Equipment two-gas adjustable mixer allows blending your own shielding gases at almost any ratio needed to fit your process, requires no additional electricity, and is very simple to operate. Weighing in at only 7.5 lbs and

Flashback arrestor report from Germany

By Kristen Cifranic
March 04, 2015 Category: IBEDA Flashback Arrestors Welding Cutting

Our friends at IBEDA, Germany created videos about the importance of using flashback arrestors while welding, cutting or in allied processes. Using safety devices, like those manufactured by IBEDA, on a global scale has led to a continually decreasing number of accidents in this industry. IBEDA did a great job of translating this report from German to English, and they created a short video on how flashback arrestors are tested at their facility. See their video below on how flashback arrestors are tested. See their PVGD demonstration below.

SuperFlash In GAWDA News

By Kristen Cifranic
February 13, 2015 Category: GAWDA News, Vendor Awards

For several years now SuperFlash has been awarding vendors for their superior performance in customer service, timely delivery and quality products. On Feb 1st, 2015, GAWDA wrote about our performance-based awards in the Member News section of Welding and Gases Today. Thank you GAWDA! To read more about the SuperFlash awards, and the GAWDA article click here.

New Leak Testing Equipment Increases Production In Germany

By Kristen Cifranic
January 05, 2015 Category: Leak Testing Equipment, Helium Vacuum Leak Testing, Check Valves

IBEDA Germany has new Helium-Vacuum Leak Testing Equipment that has increased production capacity, thus allowing for further investment in automated manufacturing of gas non-return valves (check valves), gas safety devices and quick action couplings.

Guests From IBEDA Germany Attend The 2014 Fabtech Show

By Kristen Cifranic
December 10, 2014 Category: IBEDA Germany, Leak Detection Solution, Fabtech 2014

SuperFlash Compressed Gas Equipment had the privilege of hosting chief engineer from IBEDA Germany at the 2014 Fabtech show. We had a great show and were successful in introducing our new chemical line with Leak Detection Solution.

SuperFlash Compressed Gas Equipment and O.E. Meyer Safety Seminar

By Kristen Cifranic
November 24, 2014 Category: Safety Seminar, Flashback Arrestors, Safety Demonstrations

On November 14, 2014 Superflash Compressed Gas Equipment O. E. Meyer Company conducted a Safety with Compressed Gases seminar for a 160 participants, at the Lake County Safety Council. Participants were involved in several gas safety demonstrations and discussions, such as properly handling, using, storing, and moving gas cylinders and cryogenic vessels. The seminar also covered an overview of the safety standards from the Compressed Gas Association, Safety Bulletins, and Position Statements along with other OSHA, DOT, and industry practices. Presenters and participants at the seminar included Dave Marquard and Jason Flanigan from Superflash, and Paul Revolinsky, Branch Manager for O.E. Meyer, Garfield Hts Lorain.

A Size Flashback Arrestors

By Kristen Cifranic
November 12, 2014 Category: A Size Flashback Arrestors, A Size Connections, Torches, Regulators

Superflash A size flashback arrestors still offer all the benefits of our standard flashback arrestors, just with a size convenient for your smaller torches and regulators.

New Stainless Steel Flashback Arrestors

By Kristen Cifranic
October 29, 2014 Category: Stainless Steel Flashback Arrestors, Oxygen, Hydrogen, Flammable Gases

SuperFlash Compressed Gas Equipment now offers three additional versions of their stainless steel flashback arrestors to cover a much larger range of flow rates and situations.

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