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How do I get an account with Airweld Inc.?
It's simple and you have two choices. Anyone is welcome to visit or call any of our stores to purchase or place an order and pay COD. We accept cash, checks, and all major credit cards. If paying COD is not convenient for you, simply fill out the following credit application for the Airweld location closest to your company, and submit it to our corporate office. Either fax it to (631) 694-6387 or 
e-mail it to sales@airweld.net.


• Airweld Credit Application  
(Long Island)


• Atlantic Welding Supply Credit Application (Brooklyn)


• Bronx Welding Supply Credit Application (Bronx, Manhattan and Westchester)


Is my account with Airweld Inc. good at Atlantic Welding Supply and Bronx Welding Supply?
Yes! Your account is good at any of our 11 convenient locations no matter what name is on the building. Our computer system links us all together.


How do I get Material Safety Data Sheets for the gases that I purchase?
You may simply click on the link on our LINKS / MSDS page to find the appropriate MSDS or you may contact any of our locations to request a copy.


How do I get Material Safety Data Sheets for the hard goods that I purchase?
You may simply click on the link on our LINKS / MSDS page or you may contact any of our locations to request a copy.

How do I go about renting a cylinder?
In order to borrow a cylinder, a deposit of $200.00 per tank on all standard high pressure tanks or $2000.00 for liquids is required. We have a simple cylinder rental form for you to fill out as well.


How do I determine the size of a cylinder?
Click on the link below to view our size chart. If you have further questions, please contact any of our locations. Click to view our cylinder size chart. Click to view our acetylene cylinder size chart.


What are my options for renting a cylinder?
When it comes to renting a cylinder, we like to make it easy and convenient for you. We offer three different types of rentals for you to choose from. First, is a monthly rental. This would be the best choice for you if you plan on renting short term or if you will have a fluctuating cylinder balance. An annual rental is available for all long term rentals and a daily rental is available for high volume accounts with frequent exchanges of cylinders. Our sales representatives will be glad to help you choose the most cost effective option for you.


Does Airweld have an automatic payment option available?
Yes! Airweld will keep your credit card information on file and charge it every time a purchase is made or at the end of the month if you have open terms with us. An original copy of the bill along with the receipt will be mailed directly to you after the transaction has taken place. You will also receive an e-mail confirmation as well to inform you that the charge has been processed. Simply fill out the following form and fax it to (631) 694 - 6387.

• Automatic Payment Form

What is the Administrative Compliance Charge (ACC) listed on my rental bill?
Supplying gases and welding products to industry is what we at Airweld Inc. do for a living. We recognize our responsibility to our communities, customers, and government to conduct our business in a manner that safeguards the work place and the environment. As concerns over the world's environment increases, various U.S. government regulatory agencies have imposed restrictive requirements on the compressed gas and welding industry. In Airweld you have chosen a supplier that meets or exceeds all industry standards designated to protect the health and safety of the public and our employees. The costs associated with compliance continue to escalate. These costs are not generated by labor, cost of product, or operating practices, but rather by government-imposed regulations. The ACC charge is Airweld's effort to recoup those costs.


Why does my Propane price fluctuate?
Propane prices are subject to a number of influences, some common to all petroleum products, and others unique to propane. Generally the prices are affected by crude oil and natural gas prices, supply/demand, proximity of supply, and the market served.