Welding equipment goes green

Published:  15 July, 2020

The process of welding traditionally generates a lot of fumes, so companies should be conscious of the effect that welding can have on the environment - and the recent EU regulation on the ecofriendly performance of welding machines can help this to be achieved. With these regulations being taken into effect from 1st January 2021, it is crucial that all businesses have everything they need to adhere to these guidelines.

ENGWELD says it is an approved service agent for leading brands of welding plants and associated equipment, offering full service and spares facilities from its main branches, both on or off-site. The company says its welding equipment is also in-line with the latest EU regulations ensuring that a business can adhere to the new guidelines.

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W: https://engweld.co.uk/repairs-andservicing

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