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There's never been a better time to buy a new Lincoln welder to take on extra work, increase productivity or even start your own business. And to help make the decision a little easier, Lincoln Electric wants to reward you for buying the best.
For a limited time, when you purchase one of the welders listed below from an authorized Lincoln Electric distributor, we'll reward you with your choice of gift card! Just register your purchase on www.lincolnelectric.com and we'll send you a gift card from either Best Buy®, Cabela’s®, Outback Steakhouse®, Target® or American Express® -- it's your choice!
- $50 Gift Card – POWER MIG® 140C or 180C
- $75 Gift Card – Precision TIG® 225
- $100 Gift Card – Ranger® 10,000 Plus
- $125 Gift Card – Ranger® 225 GXT
Purchases must be made between February 1, 2009 and
April 30, 2009. Offer good in the United States only.
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Disclaimer: Best Buy®, Cabela's®, Outback Steakhouse®, Target® and American Express® are registered trademarks of their respective companies, and are not affiliated with Lincoln Electric Holdings, or its subsidiaries. Their inclusion in this promotion does not represent an endorsement.
"XT" Promotion Winners Receive VIP Trip to the Shelby®427
Watch Kyle Busch Roar to Victory in Las Vegas
The winners of Lincoln Electric's Power MIG® XT/Magnum® 100SG Spool Gun promotion were on site for the March 1 running of the Shelby® 427 NASCAR® Sprint Cup Series race at Las Vegas Motor Speedway.
Three Stick Electrodes Added to Excalibur® Line!
Designed for low hydrogen, low alloy welding applications
The two winners - Cynthia Griffin of Airgas® Intermountain in Boulder, CO and Thad Tuin of Grand Junction, CO - each brought a guest and spent a VIP day at the race visiting Lincoln-sponsored teams. An added treat for them was watching Las Vegas native Kyle Busch roar to victory for his first hometown win!
Lincoln Electric is the exclusive provider of welding equipment and products to Kyle Busch and his team at Joe Gibbs Racing.
Racing fans can stay current with Lincoln Electric's involvement in motorsports by regularly visiting our Industry Focus: Motorsports page on LincolnElectric.com
Excalibur® 7018-A1 MR, 8018-B2 MR and
Green Initiative Awareness Program
9018-B3 MR are new low hydrogen stick electrodes designed for all-position welding of low alloy steels typically found in power generation and petrochemical applications.
- Excalibur® 7018-A1 MR is designed for welding 0.5% molybdenum steels.
- Excalibur® 8018-B2 MR is designed for welding 1.25% chromium, 0.5% molybdenum steels.
- Excalibur® 9018-B3 MR is designed for welding 2.25% chromium, 1% molybdenum steels.
Designed with the new Excalibur® slag system, these electrodes feature a smooth arc, excellent strike and re-strike capabilities, self-peeling slag, extremely low spatter levels, and improved resistance to starting porosity. All 3/32" diameter electrodes feature a 12" length to reduce waste and improve operator control, especially on small diameter pipe. In addition, mechanical properties are capable of exceeding AWS strength requirements after long-term heat treatment.
View full Excalibur® product line.
Lincoln Electric’s new Green Initiative Awareness Program promotes the company’s initiatives to reduce environmental impact of its products and manufacturing processes. The continued investment in technological advancement for its welding products has resulted in lower environmental impacts for its customers and underlines its commitment to creating products that help customers reduce welding costs and adhere to environmental standards.
To help customers easily identify the products connected to these initiatives, Lincoln Electric is labeling them with a new “Green Initiative” logo that clearly states the product’s green advantage.
Lincoln has initially focused its efforts on two equipment initiatives:
- Inverter Technology - Welding equipment featuring inverter technology can save customers more than 10 percent on total energy consumption related to welding over traditional transformer-based power sources.
- EPA’s Tier 4i Engine Emission Compliance - Lincoln and its engine suppliers have met and exceeded U.S. Environmental Protection Agency guidelines two years before it is required on its diesel engine-driven welders.
Lincoln Electric is also continuously working to lessen its environmental impact. ISO 14001 certified since 2004, Lincoln is utilizing various methods such as Six Sigma projects to reduce scrap and waste, improve the efficiency of manufacturing processes, enhance recycling programs and remove old or obsolete equipment.
How I Did It: 1948 Willys Restoration
From: Peter Hill of Sutherland Springs, Texas
I purchased a Lincoln SP-175 Plus wire feeder welder (current model Power MIG® 180C) after buying a small farm. It has been an invaluable piece of equipment. I have built hog traps, furniture, BBQ pits, an aluminum storage box, and used it to fix all kinds of stuff around the farm.
My latest project has been a 1948 Willys jeep that was in pretty bad shape. I used my Lincoln 175 for welding up things like holes in the body and dash, as well as beefing up the frame, and building a new windshield frame. It may be hard to believe but from the original front bumper to the custom rear, and everything under the sights on the machine gun, there is a 10 pound roll of .030 MIG welding wire in there.
The machine gun was built from scrap metal, punchings, and oil well parts. I like using my Lincoln MIG welder because whether it is a 1/4-inch thick rectangular tube bumper or a thin body panel I know I can count on it to do a great job. I love the versatility of it and would never have been able to do this project without it.
These project images and descriptions have been published to show how individuals used their ingenuity for their own needs, convenience and enjoyment. Only limited details are available and the projects have NOT been engineered by the Lincoln Electric® Company. Therefore, when you use the ideas for projects of your own, you must develop your own details and plans and the safety and performance of your work is your responsibility.
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22801 Saint Clair Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44117-1199
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