Bernard (Beecher, IL) and Tregaskiss (Windsor, Ontario) have launched a new joint website to provide a one-stop destination for those seeking semi-automatic, fixed automatic and robotic MIG gun and consumables solutions.
The website includes a new look with improved mobile experience and a fully featured search to make it faster and easier to find valuable MIG welding information. The website has been designed for full accessibility for all visitors.
A new support page provides access to services and tools to help users gain the best performance from their Bernard and Tregaskiss MIG welding products. The page offers access to customer service, technical support and welding distributors for personal assistance, along with answers to frequently asked questions about product manuals, replacement parts and product maintenance. There is also a new online tool to help users visually identify their MIG gun, reamer and consumables as reference for parts replacement and product reordering.
In addition to product details for the brands’ AccuLock consumables, visitors can configure a semi-automatic, robotic or fixed automatic MIG gun, step-by-step, for their exact application using the website’s online configurators. Tregaskiss reamers are also configurable using this tool.
Other website features include an industry section with popular products and relevant technical articles for specific industries such as automotive, heavy equipment and general manufacturing, along with construction, ship and more.
Visit the website at Tregaskiss.com.
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