The SWIFT series MIG welding torch from Boostweld™ (Taipei, Taiwan) features patented gas flow technology that delivers an unprecedented increase in efficiency, saving 70 percent shielding gas at optimum velocity compared to the most popular MIG welding torches currently on the market. The immense power of this torch – more than double the power of other MIG welding torches – means that it is effective at a greater distance from the weld joint than other MIG welding torches, enabling its user to weld in the tightest of gaps. The SWIFT is named after its lightweight and dynamic user experience. Its ergonomic handle is designed for perfect balance in the welder’s hand, creating an unparalleled experience of lightness and maneuverability. Thanks to its ergonomic design, the torch puts minimal strain on the welder’s wrist and forearm, reducing the chances of injury and enhancing the welder’s precision.
The two-part nozzle innovation significantly reduces spatter by working at half the velocity of other MIG welding torches, meaning less time is spent cleaning up after welding. MIG welders who use this welding torch say they are not only satisfied with its efficiency and dynamism, but also its reliability in extreme working conditions. There is also lower costs in replacing these nozzle parts compared to other MIG welding torches.
Boostweld, 7F No.20, Futian 5th Street, Taichung City, Taiwan 402, +886 4 2334 5078, www.boostweld.com.
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