VECTOR Digital Welding machine DC TIG T331 Puls Inverter TIG ARC MMA STICK Electrode
Item number: T1039VD

VECTOR Digital Welding machine DC TIG T331 Puls Inverter TIG ARC MMA STICK Electrode

Item number: T1039VD
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Our Vector Digital welding machine device for challenging tasks. AC/DC TIG T331 Plus Inverter TIG ARC MMA STICK Electrode DC TIG 300 A, Puls, MMA, TIG Puls, MMA/STICK 300 A, IGBT (Infineon)
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Light industrial Application:
Metal fabrication workshops
Shipyards and offshore industry
Metal fabrication workshops
Stick (MMA)
Input Power: 400V, 3-Phase
Amperage Range: 10-300A
Rated Output at40 C (104 F):
TIG: 300A at 22V @40% Duty Cycle
MMA: 250A at 30V @40% Duty Cycle
Weight: 19.6KG
For TIG and Stick Welding
DC equipment for industrial applications
T331 has become an industrial standard for many users, offerred precise welding performance and with 60% heavy duty cycle from power sources at maximum output current. Easy operation and full functions: From the control panel allowing fast adjustment of all necessary controls for DC Pulse TIG welding with either HF or contact ignition. It?s also very convenient to store or call out the welding parameters from the memory channels from Job and Save button.

Specialist Features
Pulse control:
Built in pulsing functions help minimize heat input on thin materials,
and provide for a faster freezing weld puddle for uphill welding on
curved surfaces such as process piping. The TIG pulser also helps
moderate filler metal deposition for consistent bead appearance.
High-frequency TIG starting:
Makes it easy to establish an arc under a variety of conditions.
Enhances quality by minimizing the potential for weld contamination
created by tungsten inclusions in the weld.
Hot Start Function reliably ignites the electrode and melts
perfectly to ensure the best quality even at the start of the seam.
Arc Force makes it easier to weld large-drop melting electrode
types at low current strengths with a short arc in particular.
Built-in water-cooling unit offers a safe operation at high
temperatures and during extended duty cycles.
Fast Spot Arc system simply controls the spot arc parameter
and offers a stable arc.
4T Trigger Hold allows to hold the present current by user until press the trigger again.
Fast, precise, clean arc ignition and arc ending.
9 channels memory capacity.
Outstanding Quality:
Newly designed using the latest power electronic technology for improved reliability.
CE Certified.
Technical specifications
Weight 19.6 kg
Power Source Dimensions H515mmxW220mmxD380mm
Cooling Fan Cooled
Welder Type Inverter Power Source
European Standards EN 60974-1 / IEC 60974-1
Number of Phases 3
Nominal Supply Voltage 400V +/- 15%
Nominal Supply Frequency 50/60Hz
Welding Current Range (DC STICK Mode) 30 - 250A
Welding Current Range (DC TIG Mode) 10 - 300A
Effective Input Current /STICK /TIG 8.6A
Maximum Input Current/STICK/ TIG 13.7A
Single Phase Generator Requirement 14.2KVA
STICK (MMA) Welding Output, 40oC, 10 min. 250A @ 40%, 30V / 158A @ 100%, 26.3V
TIG (GTAW) Welding Output, 40oC, 10 min. 300A @ 40%, 22V / 190A @ 100%, 17.6V
Open circuit voltage 70.0-80.0V DC
Protection Class IP23S
General View of Control Panel
Control Panel Parameter Values
1. Power ON Indicator/ Fault Indicator
2. Process Selection Button
3. Trigger Mode Control Button (HF TIG and LIFT TIG Mode only)
4. Pulse Button

5. Negative Control / Postive Control
Selecting Function Button
6. Digital Ammeter/Parameter meter
7. Hot Start / Arcforce Correction / Anti-Stick
8. JOB and SAVE
General View of Contrl Panel(Continued)
Item Symbol Description
1 Gas Pre-Flow Absolute setting range 0.1s to 20s (0.1S increments)
2 Initial Current The main current Setting range 10-300AMP
3 Up Slope Setting ranges :0.1S-10S (0.1S increments)
4 Peak Current Setting ranges 10-300AMP (DC TIG mode), 30-250AMP(STICK mode)
5 Base Current Setting ranges 10-300AMP (DC TIG mode)
6 Pulse Width Setting ranges 10%-90%
7 Pulse
Setting ranges 1HZ -200HZ
8 Down Slope Setting ranges 0.1-10s
9 End current Setting ranges 10A-100A
10 Post Flow Setting ranges 1-20S
DC TIG-Pulse
High Speed DC TIG-Pulse Controls
PPS Pulses per second (Hz): DC=0.1- 5,000 PPS
% ON-% Peak Time: 5-95% (Controls the amount of time during each pulse cycle at the PEAK amperage.)
Background Amps: 5-99% (Sets the low-pulse amperage value as a % of the Peak Amps.)
Typically from 1 to 10 PPS. Provides a heating and cooling effect on the weld puddle and can reduce distortion by lowering the average amperage. This heating and cooling effect also produces a distinct ripple pattern in the weld bead. The relationship between pulse frequency and travel speed determines the distance between the ripples. Slow pulsing can also be coordinated with filler metal addition and increase overall control of the weld puddle In excess of 40 PPS, Pulsed TIG becomes more audible than visible-causing increased puddle agitation for a better as-welded microstructure. Pulsing the weld current at high speeds- between a high Peak and a low Background amperage can also constrict and focus the arc. This results in maximum arc stability, increased penetration and increased travel speeds (Common Range: 100-500 PPS).
The Arc-Sharpening effects of high speed pulsing are expanded to new dimensions. The ability to pulse at 5,000 PPS further enhances arc stability and concentration potential which is extremely
Hot Start
Hot Start Function reliably ignites the electrode
and melts perfectly to ensure the best quality
even at the start of the seam. this solution makes
lack of fusion and cold welds a thing of the past
and significantly reduces weld reinforcement.
Adjust the hot start current here and the time here.
Arcforce correction (welding characteristics)
During the welding process, arcforce prevents
the electrode sticking in the weld pool with
increases in current. this makes it easier to weld
large-drop melting electrode types at low current
strengths with a short arc in particular.
The trigger mode control is used to switch the functionality of the torch trigger between 2T / 4T
2T Normal Mode: In this mode, the torch trigger must remain pressed for the welding output to be active.
Press and hold the torch trigger to activate the power source (weld). Release the torch trigger switch to cease welding.

4T Latch Mode: This mode of welding is mainly used for long welding runs to reduce operator fatigue. In this
mode the operator can press and release the torch trigger and the output will remain active. To deactivate the power source, the trigger switch must again be depressed and realized, thus eliminating the need for the operator to hold the torch trigger.
For Standard accessories For Optional accessories
TIG torch: WP-26
Gas connector: M16
Cable length 3M
5-pin control coupler
Argon gas regular Water-cooling unit: wc-100
Operating Voltage:230V 50/60Hz
Rated Power:260W
Cooling Power:1.5KW(1L/MIN)
Tank Volume:6.5L
Electrode holder with cable 3M/200A TIG torch: DGT 18
Cooling Method: water-Cooled
Rating: DC 380A AC 270A
Duty Cycle: 60%
Electrode Size: 1.0-4.0
Minimum Water Flow: 1.0 l/min
Minimum Water Inlet Pressure: 2.0Bar
Minimum Cooling Requirements: 800W
Maximum Water Inlet Pressure: 5.0Bar
Maximum Water Inlet Temperature: 50?
Foot Pedal
5-pin aviation plug
Electrode holder with cable 3M/300A Trolley

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