Bernard Updates Its Q-Gun with Durable Polished Aluminum Neck Armor


Bernard Updates its Q-Gun with Durable Polished Aluminum Neck Armor

BEECHER, Ill. December 5, 2006-Bernard® has announced that its line of Q-Gun MIG guns will now feature polished aluminum neck armor. This aluminum armor is 35% thicker than the previously used brass armor for increased durability with no weight penalty. Aluminum armored necks are compatible with all 150- through 600-amp Bernard Q-Guns. The upgrade does not affect current pricing or part numbers.

Evolutionary Design
Bernard offers its Q-Gun in multiple custom configuration options to help optimize end-users' hand held welding productivity. In addition to the new aluminum neck armor, Bernard offers several features to increase the Q-Gun's durability and performance. These features and options include:

o A durable strain relief that helps extend product life.
o An upgraded back end assembly, which allows for easier changeover of direct plugs and for the use of trigger cable adapters or "pigtails".
o Trigger and switch options that allow welding operators to choose between locking trigger, dual pull trigger, dual schedule switch and trigger extension.
o Five unique gun handles to suit any hand-held, air-cooled industrial welding application, along with the option for a fixed or rotating neck.

For product spec sheets or to learn more about Bernard products, visit bernardwelds.com, call 1-800-946-2281 (US) or 708-946-2281 (outside US), fax 708-946-6726, email info@bernardwelds.com or write Bernard, 449 West Corning Road, Box 667, Beecher, IL 60401.

Bernard Welding Equipment, located in Beecher, Ill, manufactures premium GMAW (MIG) welding guns, consumables, accessories and manual arc products. For over 50 years Bernard has been an innovator in heavy-duty MIG welding and a contributor to improved welding productivity. Bernard Welding Equipment is a subsidiary of Illinois Tool Works Inc. (ITW), Glenview, Ill. ITW is a diversified multinational manufacturer of highly engineered components, assemblies and systems.

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