Ya, I'm totally confused already. I don't like big monopolies. I prefer competition.
We buy a fair bit. i switch a couple of years ago for about a 30% savings. Happy with the current choice and will restrict what I post online, but some are simply brutal firms to deal with, litigious and unsavoury. You know, the type who use litigation as a bullying tactic without any chance of winning, etc.The industry is somewhat confusing because divisions in certain markets change hands often.
Messer was brought in to North America when Linde bought Praxair in order to create more competition.
I agree with @Janger , not a really nice business to deal with, bad customer service. I think if you drive up in a one ton welding rig, spit on the side walk, and walk in like you own the place they treat you better.
In my opinion welders gas and supply are the best option to deal with for anyone in the east GTA.Ended getting a 80cf tank from welding gas and supply in Scarborough for $300+tax filled. Refills are $80. Nice new shiny black tank with 2022 cert.
Canada welding supply is the cheapest in the GTA as far as I found. $250+tax filled, but bit out of my way.
When you have a gas mix in a sealed pressure vessel the pressure is dependent on the external temperature. So if you want to ascertain the remaining volume of gas within the given volume tank based on pressure the temperature must remain constant. Therefore you can't use my readings to compare since the temp was not the same.Hi Toronto builder, what was a full tank PSI when you refill the crossfire 80cf at WGS? I bought this tank from them last month and I refilled today. It initially came with 2200 psi. Today with the refill my gauge is showing 1700.