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Bernard: Engineered for Simplicity. Built for Durability.
Configurable, easy to maintain semi-automatic MIG guns — featuring the latest in gun consumables technology — perform reliably in demanding, industrial welding applications. This means more uptime, less scrap, fewer errors and less troubleshooting for your welding team.
Tregaskiss: Maximizing Throughput. Minimizing Costs.
Automated welding applications require customized, repeatable solutions that maximize production uptime. Industrial manufacturers rely on Tregaskiss and its proven track record for delivering reliable and resilient robotic MIG welding guns, fixed automatic MIG guns, nozzle cleaning stations and innovative welding gun consumables.
December 4, 2020
Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season! Please refer to the following schedules below for days and times Bernard and Tregaskiss will be closed around the holidays. Bernard Holiday Schedule ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Please note that Bernard will be closed and there will not be shipping on the following dates: ~ December 24, 2020 and December […]read more...
November 30, 2020
Choosing the right equipment for a welding operation is critical to achieving high weld quality and productivity while also eliminating costly downtime. And that includes welding guns. In many cases, companies may have a mix of welding processes and guns. For example, in heavy equipment and general manufacturing, it’s common to have semi-automatic welding along […]read more...
November 30, 2020
Installing a welding liner correctly is, first and foremost, a matter of proper training. For traditional systems, it’s critical that welding operators understand how to measure and cut the liner to the required length for the gun. A welding liner that has been cut either too short or too long can lead to a host […]read more...