- ON, Canada
- Tel: (519) 737-3000
- Fax: (519) 737-1530
- Member Since 2004
- Member Since 2004
- Robotic Supplier
Tregaskiss is an industry leader in the development and manufacture of quality robotic MIG welding guns, peripherals and consumables for high volume production facilities world-wide. Vision, commitment, and a team approach are pivotal to the success that Tregaskiss has enjoyed with its TOUGH GUN™, TOUGH LOCK™, and TOUGH GARD™ MIG welding products.
Built with durability, precision, and productivity in mind, TOUGH GUN Robotic MIG Products from Tregaskiss are the toughest available. Our TOUGH GUN ThruArm™, Robotic, and Automatic MIG Guns and our TOUGH GUN Robotic Peripherals are designed to provide you with a fully integrated welding system.
TOUGH GUN Robotic MIG Gun performance is enhanced by our TOUGH LOCK™ Consumable System. Reap the benefits of fewer consumable replacements, reduced downtime and rework with this winning combination.
Tregaskiss has the ability to react quickly to your application-specific needs with engineering, technical support and service.
WINDSOR, Ontario, Canada - September 30, 2008 — To lower the overall expense of automated MIG welding, Tregaskiss offers the next generation TOUGH GUN™ Reamers featuring longer-lasting, maintenance-friendly technology. The reamer quickly cleans and removes spatter from the MIG welding nozzle to ensure long consumable life, good gas
WINDSOR, Ontario, Canada. September 29, 2008— Tregaskiss has introduced its new TOUGH GUN™ ThruArm™ Series with patent-pending LSR (Low-Stress Robotic) Unicable technology. Designed specifically to minimize downtime and improve welding performance on today’s thru-arm robotic welding systems, the TOUGH GUN ThruArm Series with LSR Unicables is available as a complete
Windsor, Ontario, Canada - Tregaskiss Welding Products is celebrating 40 years of manufacturing premium MIG welding products. Founded in 1967 by toolmaker William Tregaskiss, Tregaskiss introduced the Auto 350 MIG torch to meet the harsh demands of the automotive plants. Designed in cooperation with Ford Motor Company, its reputation as