Push-Pull MIG Guns
Push-pull MIG guns were designed to prevent inconsistent wire feed from occuring. This innovation allows for easy and reliable wire feed, even when using longer cable assemblies. These guns have a variety of uses within the industry since they are designed to fit many needs. This tool has become a welders favorite for providing extended reach in your operation.
Why Push-pull MIG Guns
If you weld with aluminum and are constantly dealing with tangled wire, you may want to consider a push-pull gun. Increased productivity benefits are among the many reasons to make the switch as the ease of welding can be seen immediately. Incorporating a wire feeder will help increase the work efficiency of your facility as you will not run into continuous wire blockage or erratic feeding. These common welding issues are easily solved with our push-pull welding guns.
Push-pull Gun Production Solutions
ABICOR BINZEL has designed three different push-pull welding guns to help solve welders' problems regarding wire feed complications. Each is designed with a different look and feel to offer a solution to welders' specific needs. Ergonomic handle designs ensure optimal and low-fatigue handling. Our push-pull welding torches were specifically developed for the requirements demanded by working with aluminum and the use of thin wire applications.
Push-pull Gun Industrial Applications
Push-pull MIG guns are used across many different industries. The main industries that push-pull MIG guns are used include shipbuilding, container and tank manufacture, automobile construction, and railways.
Push-pull Guns for Aluminum Welding
Push-pull MIG welding guns are almost always used in aluminum welding operations as aluminum wire often needs help being pushed through the gun. Aluminum wire is not as thick and sturdy as other wire options. Therefore, it requires the push-pull MIG torch to help guide the wire through the torch and out of the contact tip. ABICOR BINZEL offers high-quality push-pull welding guns for aluminum welding that meet welders' specific requirements.