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    ok any one ever hear of tank rolling or stirring a tank.
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    Not much use if its one type of pure gas right?

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    not all tanks mig gas is mixed argon and co2 and tig some guys use helium and argon mixed
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    That is what I said - its not much use to roll at tank if the gas is pure, but if its a mixed gas tank (like the ones you outlined) it could make sense. I have not seen any data on how long it takes when rolling is any benefit.

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    I roll mine across the parking lot of Prax and WSI all the time when, but only when in a pinch for gas. If you use you foot to assist, that helps a lot...

    Are you talking about friction stir welding? Or something like moving a tank back and forth while welding (with more than one gas)?

    On the Ar/He most guys feed it into a T so no reason there. Maybe a tri-gas thing?
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