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Magnum® PRO Gun Line Information Now Available in One Comprehensive Catalog

Lincoln Electric, Automation Division

Cleveland – Lincoln Electric’s Magnum® PRO welding gun line is now featured in a single comprehensive product catalog designed to help customers find the ideal gun for their welding application.
 
The Magnum PRO product family includes semiautomatic MIG / Flux-cored guns with barrel-style or Curve™ handles, K126™ Innershield® guns for self-shielded flux-cored pipe and construction welding, fume extraction guns, as well as the Magnum PRO Thru-Arm and External Dress guns for robotic applications.
 
The detailed catalog offers users an in-depth look at the latest technology, features and benefits delivered by each gun in the Magnum PRO line. For example, Lincoln Electric Copper Plus™ contact tips are compared to competitive tips in lab testing and shown to provide longer life, resulting in fewer tip changes, higher productivity and lower overall cost of operation.

The Magnum PRO guns featured in this new catalog are designed to withstand extreme welding environments, and were built with heat resistance and fast serviceability in mind.
 
A significant feature of the MagnumPRO gun line is that a variety of gun models for various applications are supported with one set of gun expendable parts. The Magnum PRO 350 amp and 550 amp expendable parts are interchangeable and can be used on all Magnum PRO gun models. This results in a reduced investment in inventory of expendable parts by customers and distributors.
 
Magnum PRO welding guns are available at a welding supply store near you. Call 216.481.8100 or visit www.lincolnelectric.com to obtain the new Magnum PRO welding guns catalog via bulletin E12.09 or to learn more about this family of welding guns and its expendable parts.
 
The Lincoln Electric Company, headquartered in Cleveland, Ohio, is the world leader in the design, development and manufacture of arc welding products, robotic arc welding systems, weld fume control systems, plasma and oxyfuel cutting equipment and has a leading global position in the brazing and soldering alloys market.
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