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Blechexpo 2011 in Stuttgart – Industrial gases specialist Messer showcases its wide product range for welding and cutting

Bad Soden, Germany
Bad Soden, Germany

Blechexpo 2011 in Stuttgart – Industrial gases specialist Messer showcases its wide product range for welding and cutting

Messer will be showcasing its diverse product portfolio of welding and cutting gases at Blechexpo in Stuttgart from 6 to 9 June 2011. At Stand 7309 in Hall 7, the largest privately run industrial gases specialist will be providing information on its range of shielding gases for welding, giving both lower-volume users and bulk customers valuable insight into these product lines.

Insight into the Messer World
The 270 m2 Messer World stand will feature exhibits from the four Messer sister companies – Messer Group, Messer Industriegase, Messer Cutting Systems and MesserSoft – as well as Jenoptik, a German specialist in laser material processing. This has now become a tradition, after the sister companies had already welcomed trade visitors and the public to a joint stand at EuroBLECH 2010 in Hanover. At this year’s event, Messer will once again be offering visitors expert advice and practical demonstrations, including MAG welding of plain steels and TIG welding of high-alloy steels with the tried and tested ternary mixtures.

Shielding gases for more quality, safety and efficiency
”The gas mixtures used for MAG welding feature a number of impressive properties, including very low spatter tendency and clean, neat seams. This significantly reduces the need to rework the welds. Among other things, the gas mixtures for TIG welding facilitate high welding speeds in any welding position and reduce annealing colour,” explains Dr. Bernd Hildebrandt, Technology Manager Welding & Cutting at Messer Group.

The Messer World – everything from a single source
The Messer World pools many years of experience and extensive expertise. Whether it be customised laser, plasma or oxyfuel solutions from Messer Cutting Systems, suitable gas supply solutions from the Messer Group, ERP interfaces from MesserSoft or spare parts, repair or modernisation services tailored to the production requirements of customers – the Messer World provides everything from a single source.

 

Messer will be showcasing its diverse product portfolio of welding and cutting gases
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Shielding gases for more quality, safety and efficiency
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