Welding Positioners allow round or tubular pieces of metal to be rotated easily, making for better welding work and increased efficiency.
Welding work on pipes can be quite difficult without the aid of a welding positioner, which also reduces the time and effort required by the welder while working.
Why do we need welding positioners?
As well as reducing time and effort for the welder, a welding positioner can help produce a better weld. High quality welds require much concentration and work, and this cannot be done if the welder has to constantly move around their workspace in order to get the best position.
A welding positioner removes the necessity to move around, thus allowing for the creation of better welds, in less time.
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