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.
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.
Bernard has expanded the handle options from six to seven choices for its BTB Semi-Automatic MIG Gun line.
The BOA-408i automatic bore welding system is used for the repair of the numerous worn pivot points found on all types and sizes of construction equipment and attachments.
Miller has expanded its ArcReach remote-control technology to three additional machines for portable welding applications found in the construction, fabrication and shipbuilding markets: the XMT 350 CC/CV, XMT 450 CC/CV and Dimension 650 multiprocess welding power sources.
The Big Blue 600 Pro welder/generator replaces the Tier 4-Interim Big Blue 500 with a more powerful Tier 4-Final–compliant engine.