New mobile-friendly versions of BTB Semi-Automatic Air-Cooled MIG Gun and Clean Air™ Fume Extraction Gun online configurators from Bernard® (Beecher, IL) make it easy for users to customize an industrial-duty welding gun to match their application or preferences to improve comfort and overall welding performance. Configuring a gun to users’ exact specifications can help reduce fatigue and stress, making them more productive and helping them gain high quality welds. Users can still take advantage of the configurator features offered previously, including reverse part number lookups that now have extended functionality and additional resources available. These online configurators let customers choose the Plus, new AccuLock™ S consumables are now available for selection in the BTB Semi-Automatic Air Cooled MIG Guns configurator.
Once the configuration is complete, users receive a part number and a detailed summary of their results. They also now have access to new exploded view diagrams of the welding gun and consumables, product spec sheets and an owner’s manual, as well as other relevant online resources and literature. Users can choose to print the results of their gun configuration, download them in PDF format and save them for later, or share via email, and can request more information from a Bernard representative directly on the site. They can also take the part number to their local distributor to order their gun.
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