WeldPro 360 Mig Welding Booms and Arms
Industrial Mig Welding Booms & Arms Increase Your Welding Productivity
Andersen Industries, Inc. developed WELDPRO 360 Mig Welding Booms and Arms to reduce or eliminate non-arc time welding-related activities, shop floor clutter, and employee safety issues. They provide a significant increase in operator productivity, by placing welding, Mig Boom, and Arm controls within arm's reach of the operator. WELDPRO 360 Mig Welding Booms and Arms are Engineered to Perform and Built to Last.
- No Dead Zones
- No Dragging the Welder Around
- No Tangled or Cut Cables
- No Clutter on the Shop Floor
- Increased Safety
- Increased Productivity
- Engineered to Perform and Designed to Last
Welding Boom Design Features
WeldPro 360 Industrial Mig Welding Booms and Arms are designed around the concept of placing all welding-related equipment on the boom structure, allowing for untethered rotation. This design eliminates dead zones and shop floor clutter. No more wasted time spent dragging the welder around and dealing with tangled or cut cables. Safety is improved, and productivity soars!
There are two boom arms, a primary, and a secondary arm. The primary arm is attached to the boom arm pivot assembly with a maximum of 192° of semi-circle rotation. A double-articulated joint arrangement connects the primary and secondary arms. It is this double-articulated joint that allows the secondary arm to rotate 360° off of the primary arm, providing a complete coverage zone of up to 56 foot (17 Meter) Dia semi-circle with no welding dead zones, common to other designs. All welding equipment: the welding power supply, wire feeder, welder and wire feeder settings, inert gas, welding wire, weld boom controls, and optional Hi Vacuum Welding Fume Extraction System are mounted on the boom column or arms.
Mounting all the equipment on the boom column removes the clutter from the shop floor, and eliminates time spent dragging the welder around, tangled or cut cables. Making your shop safer and more productive.
WELDPRO 360 Industrial Mig Welding Boom Models
Andersen Industries, Inc. manufactures the WELDPRO 360 industrial MIG Booms and Arms in several models and configurations to handle different welding applications. Choose a model below or download our product catalogs for additional details and technical specifications.
The WELDPRO 360 LRW-18 pivot assembly mounts to an existing building wall, support column, or optional mobile base and column assembly. This MIG welding arm has a maximum of 192° of semi-circular rotation, providing complete coverage within a 56' (17.07M) diameter semi-circular area when using a 15' MIG welding gun.
The secondary arm provides a full 360 degrees of circular rotation on a horizontal plane, plus 5'-6" (1.67M) of vertical raising and lowering of the wire feeder using a wireless remote-controlled hydraulic system.
The WELDPRO 360 LRW-18P pivot assembly mounts to an existing building wall, support column, or optional mobile base and column assembly. This MIG welding arm has a maximum of 192° of semi-circular rotation, providing complete coverage within a 56' (17.07) diameter semi-circular area when using a 15' MIG welding gun.
The secondary arm is connected to the primary arm with a double-articulated joint assembly allowing it to rotate a full 360 degrees on a horizontal plane. Unlike the WELDPRO 360-LRW-18, the secondary arm on the WELDPRO 360-LRW-18P does not raise or lower from the horizontal plane. The WELDPRO 360-LRW-18P is a more straightforward design that comes with a reduced number of parts. Not having to raise or lower the secondary arm has enabled us to eliminate nearly all electrical components, hydraulic and pneumatic cylinders along with the wireless remote controller and box. If you don't need the feature to raise and lower the secondary arm, this model offers substantial savings.
The WELDPRO 360 LRW-10ML pivot assembly mounts to an existing building wall, support column, or optional mobile base and column assembly. The WELDPRO 360-LRW-10ML has a maximum of 192° of semi-circular rotation providing complete coverage within a 40' (12.19M) diameter semi-circular area using a 15' MIG welding gun.
The secondary arm manually raises and lowers the wire feeder up to 7’-8” (2.34M).