Wilmington, CA (PRWEB) December 9, 2009
Ready Welder Corporation is happy to announce that after 2 years of testing by the United States Army, the patented Ready Welder II has become the official portable welder used by the United States Army in the field of battle. This is something that the Ready Welder Corporation is very proud of considering all the hard work and dedication that has gone into making the Ready Welder II the most powerful, durable, and affordable portable welder on the market. The Ready Welder II, model 10000MDP-CS, is currently and actively being used by American soldiers in both Iraq and Afghanistan.
Now the Ready Welder Corporation is preparing to take this momentum and move into the United States Railroad Industry. Due to the numerous fatal accidents that take place at railroad street-crossings, the Ready Welder Corporation has decided to investigate the reasons for the statistical history of these accidents for the past decade. What was discovered is that the majority of these accidents take place due to the safety signal failing to transmit to the railroad crossing gates.
The Ready Welder Corporation is confident that we have found a reliable and efficient solution to eliminate nearly 100% of all future railroad street-crossing accidents. In relation to the solution discovered, the Ready Welder Corporation has used the knowledge gathered from the crossing gate accident investigation to design a new welder specifically for the United States Railroad Industry; model 10000RR-CS. A massive effort is now in motion by the Ready Welder Corporation to contact the appropriate executives to get these changes put in place immediately. Not only will this solution save thousand of innocent lives, but it will also create hundreds of thousands of jobs throughout the United States.
About the Owner & Company
Dr. Ted Holstein, born on February 19th, 1911, is the owner of the Ready Welder Corporation. The vision for this company came about when Dr. Holstein was serving in World War II. Dr. Holstein recalls driving by stalled military vehicles as those vehicles waited for roadside welding assistance. Dr. Holstein recalls thinking to himself, “if only they had carried a portable MIG welder on every vehicle!” Many years later that vivid picture still remained clear in Dr. Holstein’s mind. Then, in the early 1990’s, Dr. Holstein employed the best Welding Engineers to begin the process of developing the portable welder that is today the Ready Welder II.
In 1997, the Ready Welder was introduced to the market place as the first battery powered welder. This compact MIG welder can operate on two or three 12 volt DC batteries in series. This will produce 200 to 350 amps of power which allows for deeper penetration of metals. For thinner metals, a 12 and a 6 volt battery connected in series will produce 18 DC volts and lower Amps. This MIG welder can also be powered by an AC current when connected to a welding machine as a spool gun.
The patented design allows for the versatility of this welder to be parallel to none. This welder is capable of welding steel, stainless steel, and even aluminum. It can be used as a spool gun or as a stand alone welder. The Ready Welder II welds with, or without a gas tank, as with flux core electrode wire.
The Ready Welder Corporation is very proud of the safety of the Ready Welder II. After nearly 10 years in operation, the Ready Welder Corporation has no report or claim of injury from the use of the Ready Welder.