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Weldcraft offers multiple gas lens styles to improve TIG welding performance

To optimize shielding gas coverage and help ensure consistent, quality TIG welding performance, Weldcraft offers multiple styles of precision-machined gas lenses. Available for both its WP Series and Crafter Series™ air- and water-cooled TIG torches, Weldcraft's gas lenses are comprised of high quality materials that also provide superior current capacity and effectively dissipate heat for longer, trouble-free performance. The gas lenses fit competitive TIG torches as well.     

Weldcraft's gas lens product line consists of three main styles: standard size, large diameter and 'stubby' to fit TIG torches with 10N or 13N series front-end parts and to accommodate tungsten electrode diameters ranging from .020- to 5/32-inches.  Regardless of the style, each gas lens features durable screens that consistently direct the shielding gas flow around the weld puddle, minimizing weld defects and improving productivity.

Press release issued by Weldcraft on November 20, 2009

 

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