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What welding equipment does Lincoln offer?

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Lincoln Electric sells advanced process welders, engine drives, MIG welders, multi-process welders, multi-operator welders, stick welders, submerged arc equipment, TIG welders, weld fume control and wire feeders, as of 2015. Most products are available for purchase directly from the company's website, as of 2015.

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What welding equipment does Lincoln offer?
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Lincoln Electric's website features sections for each of these different types of welding equipment, including a section for new and featured equipment. Category pages list the product's name, model number, top features, processes, output and input power, industrial price and a small image. If the product is unavailable to purchase from Lincoln Electric's online store, the page will provide information about where it is available to buy. Product pages include more details, such as warranty information, the operator manual, features and benefits, specifications, accessories and related products.

Advanced process welders are available in 300, 500 and 700 amp, and engine drives are available in liquefied petroleum gas, electric or gas. The selection for MIG welders includes models for automobiles, maintenance, home and farm use. Multi-process welders are sold with 300, 400, 500 and 600 amp, and multi-operator welders are available with four, six and eight pack inverter racks.

Stick welders are suitable for welding materials such as stainless steel, cast iron, mild steel and low alloy, and submerged arc equipment is available in the Power Wave and Idealarc model series. TIG welders are for gas tungsten arc welding, and portable units are useful for small companies with minimal welding stations in need of portable systems. Wire feeders are further categorized as advanced process, bench two roll, bench four roll, high torque and suitcase.

Lincoln Electric products are also available for purchase from home improvement retailers, such as The Home Depot. One of the company's major authorized worldwide online exporters is WeldingMart.

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