Tags: Miller Electric Mfg. Co.
The Miller Trailblazer® 302 Air Pak™ is a combination welder/generator/air compressor with optional battery charger/jump starter capabilities. These engine-driven machines provide optimal versatility for field service trucks with all the functionality to perform most field repairs requiring air and power ...
Miller Introduces Redesigned Titanium Series™ Welding Helmets with New InfoTrack™ Technology and New Improved Headgear
New Titanium Series Highlights: Exclusive InfoTrack™ records “arc-on” time and provides a digital clock with the ability to set an alarm or timer New headgear increases welder comfort, improves adjustability and settings All-digital controls and external grind button (7300 and 9400 models) simplify ...
Miller Reinvents Industry Leading Bobcat™ Engine-Driven Welder/Generators with Less Noise, Smaller Footprint and Greater Fuel Efficiency
Sound reduced by as much as 33 percent for a safer, more productive jobsite Smaller footprint: 5 inches shorter and up to 55 pounds lighter for more truck space and reduced payload Electronic Fuel Injection (EFI) reduces fuel consumption by as much ...
Miller Electric Mfg. Co. has added a new line of industrial gloves to its Arc Armor Welding Protection portfolio. The gloves are designed to endure the long-term, repetitive abuse prevalent within manufacturing, fabrication and construction welding applications. Miller’s industrial glove line ...
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