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Miller Expands Respiratory Protection Lineup

April 27th, 2015

The LPR-100 half mask respirator is a low-profile, reusable respirator that fits comfortably underneath a welding helmet without obLPR-100_168x168structing the user’s field of vision. A new wrap-around spark guard protects filters from spatter and other debris, while the pleated filter design provides additional surface area for maximum efficiency and filter life.

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Replacement Filters Provide Double the Life at Half the Cost

April 22nd, 2015

The FILTEK™ XL replacement filters for the FILTAIR® 130 portable fume extractor provide double the life compared to previous filter styles, for half the cost — without sacrificing weld fume capture efficiency.

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Try Hobart Aluminum Filler Metals

April 22nd, 2015

Hobart offers 4_158x102an array of aluminum filler metals, including MaxalMig solid wires and MaxalTig    cut-lengths designed for general purpose and specialized aluminum welding. From the common  5356 alloy to the 4943 products — the first aluminum filler metals to be classified by AWS for  wrought commercial applications in over 40 years — each product has been formulated to  provide smooth performance and the highest quality results. Learn More


Weld-Mask™ Auto-Darkening Goggles

April 13th, 2015

The new Weld-Mask auto-darkening welding goggles feature an extreme low-profile design that allows welding operators access into spaces where the use of a traditional welding helmet would be limited. This Miller-exclusive design is usable for gas welding Weld_Mask_158x102and cutting, light-duty MIG, TIG and Stick welding. It is ideal for maintenance, repair and installation applications, and specialized applications where alternative protection is needed due to space constraints.

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Watch How-To Videos Featuring Leader in Off-Road

April 8th, 2015

Camburg Engineering MIG welds a Ford Raptor stock replacement spindle using a Millermatic® 212 MIG welder. Because bolt clearance is needed, the piece is then completed using the TIG process. In a second video, Camburg creates a ‘07 long-travel shackle for a Toyota Tundra using the new Millermatic 190. The company is a leading manufacturer in off-road suspension systems and at the forefront in technology and design. Learn more at


Optimized Welding System Simplifies Aluminum Auto Body Repairs

April 7th, 2015

The new Millermatic® 350P auto body aluminum repair system is a complete welding package designed to provide high weld quality and simplify repairs on aluminum auto body panels and beds, such as found in the 2015 Ford F-150 truck. This turnkey soMM350P_158x102lution addresses the growing trend of aluminum usage in the automotive market and has been designed to address challenges posed by welding thin gauge aluminum, such as warping, distortion and burn-through.

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Together, WE BUILD Security

April 1st, 2015

Firefighting vehicles must be ruggedly built to safeguard the lives of those who protect us all. Because getting to a fire can be as dangerous as fighting it. These world-class vehicles are welded with respect by Todd Engel and his team at Seagrave Fire Apparatus.



The Work Truck Show® 2015 Green Award Goes to Miller Electric Mfg. Co.

March 16th, 2015

The Work Truck Show® 2015 Green Award was presented to Miller for the company’s EnPak® power system. Miller received the award at The Work Truck Show 2015, which was held March 4–6 at the Indiana Convention Center in Indianapolis.

The Green Award recognizes the product at The Work Truck Show that best enhances work truck fuel utilization, as determined by a panel of truck fleet managers and trade media editors on behalf of the event’s producer, NTEA – The Association for the Work Truck Industry.

EnPak is an integrated power system that includes a rotary screw air compressor, hydraulic pump and generator, all powered by a 24.8 horsepower diesel engine. EnPak has exclusive systems to monitor user load requirements and adjust engine speed to match, plus auto start/stop technology and the EnVerter power system to efficiently power tools at low engine speeds.


When combined, the EnPak power system’s efficiency features can reduce fuel use by up to 30 percent. The system also remains fully functional when the vehicle is turned off, enabling typical users to cut idle time by up to 50 percent and extend the life of their vehicles.

The Work Truck Show is North America’s largest vocational truck event. It annually brings together more than 11,000 truck fleet managers, manufacturers, distributors, dealers, equipment buyers and maintenance personnel, and features the newest vocational trucks, vans and equipment.


Save up to $500 — New Build with Blue™ Rebate Offer Available Through 2015

March 15th, 2015

Miller has expanded its product list as part of the popular Build with Blue™ program.

Through Dec. 31, 2015, customers — in the 50 United States and the District of Columbia — are eligible for a mail-in rebate when purchasing a qualifying Miller® machine. Customers can save more when purchasing a qualifying machine plus at least the rebate dollar amount in additional Miller or Hobart®  branded product(s) including but not limited to welding protection, workbenches, welding carts, spool guns and Hobart wire on the same invoice.

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Shop Relies on Versatility of Miller TIG Welder

March 11th, 2015

To better deal with the challenges of the business, Out Back Aluminum Welding relies on the Dynasty® 280 DX TIG/Stick welder from Miller. The power source provides the boat repair and fabrication shop with the flexibility and portability they need for TIG welding on boats — in the shop or at the marina — while still offering the arc performance and power capabilities to tackle a wide variety of repair jobs and produce the high quality work for which they’re known.

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