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Full Remote Control at the Weld Joint Can Improve Productivity, Safety

Advancements in remote control technology provide full control of weld settings at the joint, reducing downtime to walk to the power source and ensuring operators don't have to settle for less-than-optimal parameters. The result is a safer, more productive job site and better weld quality.

Welding Helmet Technologies Offer Benefits for Productivity and Operator Safety

Overcoming Barriers that Prevent Using Wire Processes for Welding in Field Applications

Many factors come into play when choosing the appropriate welding process for the jobsite: the application, position of the weld, material type, welding procedure and possible job or contract requirements. Wire welding processes offer significant benefits that make them a frequent choice for welding jobs in the fabrication shop, including high weld quality, along with increased productivity and efficiency by way of travel speeds that are three to four times those of TIG or Stick welding. The same benefits can be realized with many welding jobs in the field.