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Miller Electric Remote Control

Wireless remote hand and foot controls for welding are designed to improve productivity and safety as well as reduce potential downtime caused by a worn remote cord.

January 01, 2011

Wireless remote hand and foot controls for welding are designed to improve productivity and safety as well as reduce potential downtime caused by a worn remote cord. The company’s “first-ever” remote foot control is available for TIG welding; remote hand control is for stick, TIG, MIG and flux-cored welding. The controls allow operators to make adjustments at the point of use without being limited to range of remote cord.

 
 

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