Hobart Brothers Releases Two New Product Catalogs

MaritimeEquipment.com
Wednesday, December 18, 2013
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Hobart Brothers Company has released two new product catalogs, detailing its extensive line of filler metal solutions. Free copies of the product catalogs can be downloaded from the Catalogs page via HobartBrothers.com or hard copies can be requested at the Literature Request page (Hobartbrothers.com/support/literature-request) on the website.

The new Hobart catalog includes products currently branded as Tri-Mark by Hobart, alongside Hobart products. The catalog also features aluminum products formerly branded as MAXAL. The second new catalog is the McKay by Hobart catalog, which features stainless steel and hardfacing wires.

Both catalogs represent an interim stage in the company’s brand consolidation announced in May 2013. At a future date, all products manufactured by the company will be branded as Hobart. Through the Hobart brand, it is the company’s goal to continue offering innovative filler metal solutions that improve quality, increase productivity and lower costs, while also simplifying the process of selecting filler metals.

The catalogs include specifications and product comparisons on the company’s full line of products, which includes tubular wires (metal-cored and flux-cored), solid wires and stick electrodes for welding carbon and low alloy steels, stainless steels and aluminum, as well as options for hardfacing.

Welding operators also can access additional product information and other free resources at HobartBrothers.com.

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