WELDING EQUIPMENT R221
from Vector Welding is a MIG/MAG welding equipment
with 25-200A in MIG/MAG mode and 30-170A in MMA mode.
MIG/MAG welding process with its automatic wire feed
is suitable formany welding applications, even when working in
PROPERTIES & ADVANTAGES:
- MIG/MAG: 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 mixed gas of argon, CO2 and O2 as shielding gas and is mainly used for simple and low-alloy steelSteel used like mild steel.
Settings 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. .
- In SPL Mode, amps and volts can be set independently. A higher volt slows the wire speed down. A lower volt accelerates the wire feed. This is a great advantage when an individual setting is required. With the help of the job memory the settings can be saved and easily reused at a later date.
Inductance: The device has a continuously adjustable choke.
This smoothes the welding current and changes the rate at which the
current rises so that the weld seam quality and precision is improved.
cycles/4 cycles (MIG/MAG and TIG)
MMA/STICK/E-HAND: coated electrodes are used - in this
process the electrodes are arc carrier and filler metal in one.
hot start: at every Neach time the welding unit is restarted,
overcurrent is provided to support the ignition of the arc.
Arc Force: Melted material transfers more easily to the
workpiece. Prevents the arc from going out if this material causes
contact between the electrode and the molten pool.
- Anti-Stick automatically switches off the welding generator if the electrode sticks to the workpiece and must be removed by hand without damaging the electrode clamp.
- modern IGBT (Insulated Gate BipBipolar transistor) allows fast and therefore low-loss switching of electrical currents
9 memory locations
- overheating protection
|setting range welding current
(MIG/MAG mode)||25 - 200 A|
|setting range welding current
(MMA/STICK mode)||30 - 170 A|
|switch-on time (ED) MIG/MAG
40°C||200 A at 24V 40%|
(ED) MMA/STICK 40°C||170 A at 26.8V 40%|
|Mains voltage||1 x 230 Volt|
|Mains frequency||50 - 60 Hz|
|Dimensions in mm (L x W x H)||490 x 225 x 380|
|Weight in kg||15.9|
|Standards||EN60974-1 / IEC60974-1|
|Wire diameter in mm||0.6/0.8/1|
|1. on/off ||5. display display volt ||9. welding mode (MIG/MAG, MMA)|
|2. superheat display ||6. parameter setting ||10. 2 cycle/ 4 cycle |
|3. JOB and STORE ||7. "+" key ||11. wire thickness |
|4. display ampere ||8. "-" key ||
R221 TECHNISCHE DETAILS:
|Einstellbereich Schweißstrom (MIG/MAG Modus)||25 - 200 A|
|Einstellbereich Schweißstrom (MMA/STICK Modus)||30 - 170 A|
|Einschaltdauer (ED) MIG/MAG 40°C||200 A bei 24V 40%|
|Einschaltdauer (ED) MMA/STICK 40°C||170 A bei 26,8V 40%|
|Netzspannung||1 x 230 Volt|
|Netzfrequenz||50 - 60 Hz|
|Maße in mm (L x B x H)||490 x 225 x 380|
|Gewicht in kg||15,9|
|Normen||EN60974-1 / IEC60974-1|
|Drahtdurchmesser in mm||0,6/0,8/1|
|MIG/MAG Schweißgerät R221|
|MIG/MAG-Brenner: MB-15 Eurozentralanschluss, 3m|
|Elektrodenzange 200A (13 Dorn), 3m|
|Massezange mit Massekabel (13 Dorn), 3m|