Welcome to Aquaflame Systems

Aquaflame GroupAquaflame Systems provide solutions for micro soldering and acrylic flame polishing through a range of products. The Aquaflame range are high performance gas-generating units, producing a high temperature flame – in the range 1200-3300°C *. Not only that but each Aquaflame product is a reliable, low cost and safe operating solution to your micro welding / edge polishing needs.

Employed extensively in the jewellery, dental and other technical manufacturing industries, the Aquaflame range provides solutions for individual traders and small retailers through to larger manufacturers. Our smaller machines are suited to single users, whereas our larger machines are capable of having 2-4 users working simultaneously. For a more extensive list of uses click here.

Aquaflame machines are also ideal for edge polishing of acrylic, as this method of polishing requires no other materials or compounds and can finish intricate shapes, in a single quick and easy operation. You can find out more about Flame polishing here.

Overall, the clean flame and precise control of the Aquaflame Systems machines make them the ideal choice for precision soldering, micro welding and edge polishing acrylic. They are also great value and easy to use and adjust, which is perfect for a small business and large manufacturers alike.


Using a standard electrical supply, hydrogen and oxygen are produced by the electrolysis of distilled water, in the correct ratio such that the hydrogen can be burnt in the oxygen, so producing a highly controllable, efficient high energy heat source.

The only product of this process, other than energy, is water. A truly efficient clean and environmentally friendly process. Prior to this chemical reaction, mixed gases are passed through a gas atomiser and delivered to single or multiple torches via an output tube.

AQF HHO Flame Explanation Diagram

* While the Aquaflame will produce a flame up to 3300°C, we do not recommend using it without MEK. MEK gives the most stable flame at a temperature of about 1850°C

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