By Jemima Owen-Jones2017-11-15T10:06:00+00:00
Tregaskiss has introduced its new TOUGH LOCKTM HDP Contact Tips, designed to significantly extend contact tip life in pulsed MIG welding applications – resulting in increased production throughput.
New TOUGH LOCK™ HDP Contact Tips.
Precision engineered with a special alloy that provides a higher resistance to wear and arc erosion, the TOUGH LOCK HDP Contact Tips allow operations to regain as much as 95% of the productivity lost during typical contact tip changeovers.
The Tregaskiss tips can last 6-10 times longer than copper and chrome zirconium tips, which often need to be replaced twice as frequently during pulsed MIG welding due to its high heat input. The new contact tips also feature a tight bore tolerance, provide increased arc stability to improve weld quality and reduce spatter, along with its associated clean-up.
The new tips are available in packages of 5, 25 or 100 and can be used with .035-, .040- and .045-inch solid copper-coated wires. They are compatible with TOUGH LOCK Consumables, including nozzles and retaining heads, and require no change to Tool Centre Point (TCP). The contact tips also benefit from compatibility with the TOUGH GUN Reamer Nozzle Cleaning Station, which helps extend the life of robotic MIG guns and consumables by automatically removing spatter.
Bernard and Tregaskiss has announced plans to exhibit at FABTECH 2017 in Chicago in November where both companies will showcase its latest welding guns and consumables.
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