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Weldspares, the UK and ROI’s leading wholesale supplier of quality branded products in the welding industry, has launched a new range of Telwin welding machines.

Weldspares responded to increasing customer demand to add quality branded welding machines to its extensive welding safety and supplies portfolio.

Continuing its commitment to bring only quality welding and safety products to the welding wholesale market Weldspares has worked with the European manufacturer Telwin. Together they have selected a comprehensive range of Telwin’s latest welding machines for Weldspares to wholesale in the UK & ROI.

Both Telwin and Weldspares have been leaders in their fields since the 1960s. Telwin have been manufacturing competitive, reliable and high-performance welding machines since 1963 and Weldspares have excelled as a wholesaler for many leading welding & welding safety brands since 1967.

The new range covers all welding machine processes including MIG, TIG, MMA and Plasma technologies, with machines suited from DIY welders to professional repair operations.

Telwin welding machines all conform to relevant EU legislation and standards. All machines now also comply with Directive 2004/40/EC covering protection from workers exposed to electromagnetic fields (EMF).

For more information or to download the new welding machines catalogue, visit www.weldspares.co.uk/products/telwin

Weldspares Ltd

Established in 1967, the Weldspares head office and warehouse facilities are based in Warrington, North West of England, and cover over 33 000 square feet (3000 square metres).

Weldspares is a wholesale supplier of welding safety, industrial equipment and welding supplies.

The company uses its purchasing power to source only the best quality products from over 85 suppliers and 19 countries across the world. The majority of its PPE & welding safety equipment is European sourced from leading brand names such as 3M, Speedglas, Sperian Protection, Bollé, Sioen, Dewalt, Peltor & E.A.R.

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