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Clarke Power Products (Clarke welders) is in Chapter 11 USA


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Old 07-06-2009, 09:46:47 AM
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Default Clarke Power Products (Clarke welders) is in Chapter 11 USA

Clarke Power Products USA (Clarke welders) is in Chapter 11 Just tried calling them for a replacement manual. They have a recording on "That during these trying times they no longer will be selling or servicing, or selling parts to their tools at this time. As they go through chapter 11.
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That's really ashame, because they make a very good product. I bought one of their migs, 180EN, several years ago and it welds beautifully. The major draw-back is it's short gun assembly. But it's great for working around the garage.
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I'm not trying to Hi-jack your thread, but I just heard that ESAB was dropping their welding division. I don't know that it's true or even how to find out. I hope this isn't a trend.
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