Product News: Fluid & Gas Flow Equipment
MIG Gun Nozzles minimize changeovers.
Press Release Summary:
December 6, 2013 - Featuring removable nozzle cone, Quik Tip™ HD Series Nozzles minimize frequency of changeovers associated with heat degradation and routine wear. Welding operator can replace nozzle cone without having to remove or replace entire nozzle or contact tip. Design also expedites spatter cleanup by providing access to nozzle body for spatter removal. In addition, increased wall thickness and insulating material helps nozzles withstand heat of welding arc for long periods.
Original Press Release
New Quik Tip HD Series MIG Gun Nozzles Minimize Changeovers, Reduce Costs
Press release date: November 26, 2013
The new Quik Tip HD Series nozzles are compatible with standard Bernard Quik Tip Series contact tips, gas diffusers and insulating caps. Quik Tip contact tips feature a threaded taper lock that increases tip life by providing excellent heat transfer and electrical conductivity, and they change over quickly. Welding operators simply twist the contact tip to remove and install it, allowing them to get back to the job in moments. The Quik Tip HD Series nozzles are designed for shipbuilding, trailer fabrication and other heavy equipment manufacturing operations.
For more information about Bernard’s welding products, visit BernardWelds.com, call 1-855-MIGWELD (1-855-644-9353), fax 1-888-946-6726, email firstname.lastname@example.org or write Bernard, 449 West Corning Road, Box 667, Beecher, IL 60401. Outside North America, call +1-519-737-3030 or fax +1-708-946-6726. Bernard, located in Beecher, Ill., manufactures premium semi-automatic GMAW (MIG) and FCAW (flux-cored) welding guns, consumables, accessories and manual arc products. For more than 60 years, Bernard has been an innovator in heavy-duty MIG welding and a contributor to improved welding productivity. Bernard is a division of Illinois Tool Works Inc. (ITW), Glenview, Ill., USA. ITW is a diversified multinational manufacturer of highly engineered components, assemblies and systems.