Ozito 120 Amp Gas/Gasless MIG Welder

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Product Description

The Ozito Gas/Gasless MIG Welder has been designed for home projects and is ideal for use on trailers, gates, all steel sections, car panels, thin materials and general fabrication.

Along with the flexibility of running with or without shielding gas, the Ozito MIG welder also accepts spools between .2 and 5kg - meaning this MIG has you covered for a variety of jobs.

The Ozito Gas/Gasless MIG Welder has an adjustable welding current, allowing maximum control of current when required. An overload protection LED indicates when the welder has overheated and shuts the welder down to protect internal components. Welder operation is assisted by an internal cooling fan, which helps to reduce temperature and downtime.

  • Gas/Gasless MIG Welding enables the user to weld with gasless welding wire or use shielding gas
  • Adjustable Welding Current enables the user to vary the welding current when required
  • Overload Protection LEDs indicate when the welder has overheated and shuts the welder down so as to protect it from any damage
  • Internal Cooling Fan will assist in keeping the welder cool when welding and to reduce the cooling time if the welder overheats
  • Accepts Welding Wire Spools between .2kg to 5kg allowing the user to purchase a wide variety of welding wire spool sizes for all applications

Product Details

Model Name
120Amp Gas/Gasless MIG Welder
Model Number
Grey, Red, Black
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:510 H:445 L:305
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:510 H:445 L:305
Welding Current (Amps)
Wire Size (mm)
Duty Cycle
Uses Argon Gas
Uses Argon/Carbon Dioxide Mixed Gas
Input AC Voltage
Work Clamp Included
Contact Tips Included
Sample MIG Wire Included
Hand Shield Included
Helmet Included
Instructional Media Included
Thermal Overload
Drive Motor Overload
Primary Circuit Breaker
Minimum Wire Thickness (mm)
Maximum Wire Thickness (mm)

Additional Info

Warranty Info

3 Year Replacement Warranty

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