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Making welding a breeze

When undertaking MIG welding outside, such as on a construction site or farm, exposing the weld to the weather may hamper progress and compromise the quality of the final result. Effects of wind, or even just a breeze, during the welding process can be a serious problem. Put simply, valuable shielding gas can all too easily get blown away: resulting in porosity, excessive spatter and inferior weld quality.

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