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MIG Welding Torch Identification Guide
Use this handy rule-of-thumb guide to identify what brand/type of MIG welding gun you have... and then click through to view the parts that suit it.
Note that this covers the more common torches used in Australia for 150 Amp to 400 Amp MIG welders. Less common torches may not be shown.
What Colour Is The Nozzle (gas shroud)?
Often this means the torch is Binzel Style
Binzel style torches are fitted to many different MIG welding machines, including Unimig, Bossweld & many others.
Often this means the torch is Tweco (or Magnum) Style
Tweco style torches are often fitted to Cigweld MIG welding machines. Magnum torches are often fitted to Lincoln welding machines.
Often this means the torch is Bernard Style
Bernard style torches are often fitted to WIA and Miller MIG welding machines.
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