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3/18/2011

Weld Nut and Boss Plugs

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Echo’s new weld nut and boss plugs are designed to leading and exit thread problems many coaters face.

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Echo’s new weld nut and boss plugs are designed to leading and exit thread problems many coaters face. Echo has teamed up with multiple large manufactures to design a plug that will consistently mask the leading and exit thread of any standard weld nut and boss against powder coating. Due to the many sizes available, the company has implemented an easy visual to identify the plugs by manufacturing each with its own size number at the top, shape, and color. These leading thread plugs are available in pull (weld nut) and push (boss plugs) versions as well as English and metric sizes. 

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