Newly Designed Cutter Blades Offer Improved Performance at a Competitive Price

Feature a twin flute design that improves cutting and cleaning performance during the robotic MIG gun nozzle cleaning process

WINDSOR, Ontario. July 30, 2013 - Tregaskiss has announced improvements to its cutter blades for use with its TOUGH GUN™ TT3 Reamer and TOUGH GARD™ Spatter Cleaner. The newly designed cutter blades feature a twin flute design that improves cutting and cleaning performance during the robotic MIG gun nozzle cleaning process, helping ensure users gain better performance and a longer life from their consumables - all for a competitive new price.

The new cutter blades are engineered from a durable material that makes them more resistant to breaking, chipping or cracking. The material also provides a sharper cutting edge that improves cleaning and cutting accuracy.

The new cutter blades are designed to fit perfectly with the company's TOUGH LOCK™ Consumables. TOUGH LOCK Consumables feature nozzles, contact tips and retaining heads with Dual Taper Technology. The consumables feature locking features that guarantee positive electrical conductivity for excellent arc performance and minimize overheating to help extend consumables life.

As a reference for ordering information, users can visit the Tregaskiss cutter blade web page at

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