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Comprehensive advice on all aspects of welding and cutting

Bad Soden, Germany
Bad Soden, Germany

Comprehensive advice on all aspects of welding and cutting

Industrial gases specialist Messer showcases its diverse range of products for welding and cutting at EuroBLECH 2012 in Hanover.

From 23 to 27 October 2012, Messer will showcase its welding and cutting gases at EuroBLECH 2012 in Hanover. In Hall 13, at Stand C46, the largest privately run industrial gases specialist will provide visitors to the trade fair with information on its wide range of shielding gases for welding, allowing buyers of smaller quantities as well as large-scale customers to gain a quick and comprehensive overview of the products available.

Messer will present its welding and cutting gases to the industry specialists at the trade fair using live demonstrations and statements from Messer customers, which will be shown on a big monitor. The demonstrations will allow initial consultations with application specialists to take place straight away at the stand. Away from trade fairs, the industrial gases producer offers customers a detailed on-site consulting service. The industrial gases specialist Messer will continue the successful formula of previous years by exhibiting jointly at EuroBLECH 2012 along with Messer Cutting Systems, Castolin Eutectic and MesserSoft as well as Jenoptik’s laser and laser systems.

Gases for Life – for welding and cutting, too
At the Messer stand, visitors can discover the wide range of welding and cutting gases as well as other areas in which gases are used. Gases are as important as water and electricity in many production processes. Messer’s Gases for Life – including gases for welding and cutting – feature in many everyday objects. The boy next door’s braces welded with MegaLas, the high-alloy banister – at home or at work – welded with Inoxline, the bridge that has had its sections welded with Ferroline, or your bicycle’s frame welded with Aluline are just a few examples.