New Semiautomatic MIG Guns & Catalog from Bernard

By Eric Haun
Tuesday, July 29, 2014
Image courtesy of Bernard

Bernard has a new full-color catalog available to assist users in determining the right semiautomatic MIG guns and consumables for their application. Each page offers valuable information about various products, including the new Best of the Best (BTB) Platform MIG Guns, TGX MIG Guns and Bernard Fume Extraction Guns, as well as Bernard consumables and liners. The Bernard Semi-Automatic MIG Guns & Consumables catalog includes comparative charts and reference tables to guide users in their selection of the company’s products to best fit their welding needs.

The Best of the Best Platform Gun featured in the catalog allows users to build their ultimate MIG gun — Bernard has consolidated the best features from the legacy Bernard Q-Gun, S-Gun and T-Gun MIG gun lines to create an expansive list that users can choose from to build their own customized MIG gun. The entire Best of the Best Platform is configurable, and customizing a gun is made simple through the single online configurator at BernardWelds.com/ConfigureMyGun.

The Bernard Semi-Automatic MIG Guns & Consumables catalog also includes information on the company’s Centerfire, Quik Tip and TOUGH LOCK Consumables, which are compatible with all curved and straight handled guns in the Best of the Best Platform. The catalog also features new Bernard Universal Conventional Liners, QUICK LOAD Liners, QUICK LOAD Liner AutoLength System and more.

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