Welding with automatic wire feed.
In MIG welding argon (more rarely helium) is used
as shielding gas, this process is preferably used for non-ferrous
metals as well as stainless steel. The MAG process
uses CO2 or a MMixed gas of argon, CO2 and O2 as shielding gas and is
mainly used for simple and low-alloy steel such as structural steel
according to wire thickness: If you set the wire thickness
(0.6 | 0.8 | 1), an ampere (A) and wire feed speed adapted to the
selected wire thickness appears. The amperage can be changed within the
given range. Here amperes are coupled to volts, the wire feed speed can
be set separately.
Mode, amps, volts and wire feed speed can be set
independently. This is a great advantage when an individual setting is
The device has a continuously adjustable choke.
This smoothes the welding current and changes the rate of current rise
so that the weld seam quality and precision is improved.
coated electrodes are used - in this
process the electrodes are arc carrier and filler metal in one.
start: every time the welding unit is restarted,
overcurrent is provided to support the ignition of the arc.
Force: Melted material transfers to the workpiece more
easily. Prevents the arc from going out if this material causes contact
between the electrode and the molten pool.
automatically switches off the welding generator
if the electrode sticks to the workpiece and has to be removed by hand
without the electrode clamp zto be damaged.
TIG welding (optional: only possible
with additional hose package and cables): Welding of almost all metals
Arc: The ignition takes place on contact with the
workpiece, then the torch can be lifted and welding process starts with
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(Insulated Gate Bipolar Transistor) enables fast and therefore low-loss
switchingSwitching electrical currents