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BERNARD MIG Accessories

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BERNARD MIG Gun Consumables

MIG Gun Consumables(21 Products)

Things To Consider

Cross-Reference Alternatives

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These Bernard Welding products range from small to large sizes. They may require careful packaging as some items might get damaged while shipping. Hence, these items are delivered by courier shipment and air freight for minimum downtime.

About Bernard

The company's extensive catalogue includes MIG welding guns, fume extraction welding guns, MIG welding consumables, Dura-Flux guns and related accessories. Bernard MIG welding guns feature an internal gas hose which resists chances of kinking from the consistent gas flow and a rotatable (45 - 60 degrees) aluminium neck tube to withstand abuse and heat dissipation. These air-cooled welding guns have cone nut threaded cable connections for increased electrical conductivity and are ideal for the automotive, manufacturing and metalworking industries. The brand's gas diffusers can be installed easily into cooling / load-lock / transfer / process chambers and are compatible for use with most systems. These brass gas diffusers enable expeditious venting to the atmosphere while restricting any other particles from entering the chamber.

Major Trade Names

AccuLock S Liners

AccuLock S Liners

These liners are used in MIG welding guns to guide the welding wire from the wire feeder to the contact tip in the gun. These liners eliminate misalignment and gaps as they are locked and secured properly to ensure optimal feeding. Their streamlined design enhances arc stability and the smooth surfa...

ce minimises friction & drag on the welding wire.

DURA-FLUX Flux-Cored Guns

DURA-FLUX Flux-Cored Guns

These guns are suitable for self-shielded flux-cored welding applications, where a flux-cored wire is used as the filler material and the flux within the wire generates the shielding gas to protect the weld pool. They feature a lightweight, rotatable Hi-Viz neck to reduce fatigue & improve weld visi...

bility. These guns have an advanced moulded handle design to provide comfort during extended use.

Clean Air Fume Extraction MIG Guns

Clean Air Fume Extraction MIG Guns

These guns are ideal for large weldment and confined space welding applications. They feature a nozzle shroud that can be adjusted to four different positions and a suction control valve to allow the balance of suction with shielding gas flow and protect against porosity. Their ergonomic handle with...

a rubber overmould provides comfort & control during operation.

T-Gun Semi-Automatic MIG Guns

T-Gun Semi-Automatic MIG Guns

These water-cooled guns are used in MIG welding applications and feature a lightweight & ergonomic design, making them comfortable to hold and manoeuvre during welding operations. Their neck is insulated and armoured with stainless steel to prevent electric shocks and heat transfer to the operator's...

hand during the operation. They are compatible with AccuLock consumables, TOUGH LOCK consumables and QUICK LOAD liners.

Bernard Competitive Advantages

AccuLock MIG Welding Contact Tip

AccuLock MIG Welding Contact Tip

This contact tip is designed to guide the welding wire from the wire feeder to the welding arc. It has a taper lock design for improved wire feeding and excellent electrical conductivity. It features a steel retaining ring on the diffuser that keeps the threaded nozzle in place during use / cleaning and prevents loosening. The diffuser of the gun h...

elps to lock and align a liner with a contact tip to attain a flawless wire feeding path. This contact tip is also embedded within the diffuser which protects it from getting in contact with the direct heat of the weld and reduces tip wear.

Frequently Asked Questions

How to install AccuLock S liners?

  • Remove the nozzle of the welding gun.
  • Loosen the gas diffuser and remove it from the gun.
  • Lossen the set screw in the power pin cap and remove the cap from the rear of the gun.
  • Now remove the old liner and replace it with a new liner through the neck.
  • Keep the gun straight and push the liner through until the brass liner lock bottoms on the neck.
  • Now, lock and centre the liner by reinstalling and tightening the gas diffuser.
  • Reinstall the nozzle.
  • Place the power pin cap over the liner and thread it onto the power pin.
  • Tighten the cap that is snug against the power pin shoulder with welding pliers or an appropriate wrench.
  • Trim the liner flush with the power pin.
  • Finally, insert a piece of welding wire onto the liner to check for burrs or obstructions. If needed loosen the screw slightly until the wire slides freely.

What items are included in TOUGH LOCK consumables?

  • Retaining Heads: These units mate with contact tips to minimise contact tip temperature due to increased surface contact.
  • Contact Tips: These tips are made of high-quality and highly conductive copper using a mandrel-drawn process to control tip tolerance in high-temperature applications.
  • Nozzles: These nozzles are made of hard-drawn copper or brass and feature rounded edges to minimise weld spatter build-up.

How does a water-cooled MIG gun work?

Water-cooled MIG guns feature an integrated cooling mechanism that utilises a dedicated circuit for water circulation. This water is drawn from a separate cooler or chiller and directed through the gun's cable assembly. As it passes through the welding cable, nozzle and contact tip, it effectively absorbs and disperses excess heat, ensuring a consistently lower operational temperature.