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Hobart has a partnership with some of the most respected companies in the welding industry. We are independent companies who can provide integrated solutions. Contact our partners for information on their products and services:

Full array of filler metals includes mild steel and low alloy stick electrodes, solid wires, tubular wires, stainless and hard surfacing products.


1-877-422-9353 Canada

Over 50 different flux cored wire products offering exceptional weld characteristics and outstanding mechanical properties. Welder's #1 choice for productivity and quality.

1-888-ITW MARK


Leading technology in stainless steel products, hard surfacing products, mild steel and low-alloy electrodes.



Comprehensive line of metal-cored, self-shielded flux cored, gas-shielded flux cored, and low-alloy flux cored wires, specifically designed to meet a wide variety of welding application needs.



Manufacturers since 1917 of premium, safety-engineered oxy-fuel cutting welding and heating equipment, featuring the new Dual Guard Torch and Lifetime Warranty. Other products include specialty gas regulators, gas mixers and jeweler's torches. All USA-made.


Miller Electric is a leading worldwide manufacturer of welding and cutting equipment, and related systems for metalworking, construction, maintenance, and other applications. Miller manufactures arc welding power sources, wire feeders, welding guns and accessories, engine driven welding power sources/power generators, robotic and automation welding systems and controls, plasma arc cutting power sources, resistance spot welding equipment, and welder training materials.


Manufactures premium MIG (GMAW) welding guns, including both air-cooled and water-cooled semi-automatic, fully-automatic, and robotic products, as well as all accessory and replacement items. Also manufactures the complete line of OXO brand heavy-duty air-cooled MIG guns.


The world-leading manufacturer of TIG (GTAW) welding torches, consumables and accessories. A broad line of premium products includes the unique Crafter Series™, MicroTig™, Quick Connect System™, Supercool™, and Superflex™.


Manufactures precise temperature-indicating markers, inks, paints, labels, welding accessories, and sterilization indicators. For almost 60 years, welders, engineers and scientists have relied on premium Tempil products to indicate temperature from 100°F to 2500°F.


Designers and manufacturers of a full range of mechanized equipment and arc controls for welding, including Jetline and Cyclomatic. Jetline is your partner in welding automation - providing fixtures, arc controls, and system integration.


Offers a complete line of liquid penetrant, magnetic particle, and resonant inspection equipment and accessories, as well as processing materials, all of which are designed specifically for the nondestructive testing (NDT) industry.


Provides skill and technical training to career-oriented students and industry alike. Experienced welders, industry, and governmental agencies also rely on the Institute to provide technical, specialized, and certification training.


or 937-332-5000

Welding & Safety Association

Miller supports non-profit organizations that promote the welding industry and safety practices that protect the people involved in the welding industry. Visit the following websites to learn more about welding and safety:

Devoted to promoting welding and related processes, and to supporting all those who contribute to the industry, with links to related sites and services.

A national organization serving more than 264,500 high school and college students and professional members enrolled in training programs in technical, skilled, and service occupations, including health occupations.

National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) is a professional organization that provides a forum for the standardization of electrical equipment, enabling consumers to select from a range of safe, effective, and compatible electrical products.

The mission of OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Association, is to save lives, prevent injuries and protect the health of America's workers.

The Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) mission is to protect human health and to safeguard the natural environment - air, water, and land.