Bernard .030 Tapered Centerfire Contact Tip Pkg/10 (TT-030)
Bernard .030 Tapered Centerfire Contact Tip Pkg/10 (TT-030)

Bernard .030 Tapered Centerfire Contact Tip Pkg/10 (TT-030)

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Bernard developed its Centerfire™ Consumable System with the user's cost considerations in mind. Our contact tips, nozzles and diffusers are easy to use and high performing – they provide better arc starts, less spatter and more consistent welds – and also last up to three times longer than competitive brands. These tips are sold as a package of 10.

Centerfire Features
• No tools required to replace tip or nozzle
• "Drop-In" tip with no threads means quick change after burnback, reducing down time
• Large diameter tip base and tapered seat provides better electrical conductivity and heat transfer
• Spatter shield within nozzle protects diffuser and gives smoother, less turbulent gas flow
• Solid, concentric relationship between tip and nozzle keeps tip centered even after hard use... and abuse
• Threaded nozzle holds tip fixed at 1/4" or 1/8" recess, flush, or 1/8" stick out
• Compatible with all standard air-cooled Bernard Q-Gun and S-Gun MIG Guns
• Complete family of tips and nozzles is available to meet most of your welding needs

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