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Lincoln Electric Innershield Welding Gun

May 13th, 2008

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innersheildUntitled-1The Lincoln Electric Company’s Innershield semiautomatic flux-cored, self-shielded guns are rugged and reliable, ideal for bridge, ship, barge, machinery, structural and large fabrication applications, yet lightweight and maneuverable for smaller repair jobs. These guns feature a heavy-duty gun trigger switch, which provides positive electrical contact with enhanced durability. Innershield guns are easy to operate with a reduced wire feed speed thumb switch and adjustable grip angle. Lincoln Electric’s line of Innershield welding guns have rated outputs from 250 to 600 amps and are intended for use with .062 3/32, .068 5/64 or 7/64 .120 diameter wires for flux-cored, self-shielded operations. The Innershield guns are each configured with a 10- or 15-foot gun cable with reinforced rubber jackets for added strength. Alternate gun tubes are available for selected guns to reach welds with limited accessibility and provide added comfort and performance for the most demanding applications and environments.

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

This product is available at local welding distributors. to learn more about Lincoln™s Innershield® welding guns line call (888) 355-3213 or visit www.lincolnelectric.com to obtain Bulletin E12.100.

 

 

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