Weldcorp 240A Welder Inverter Multipurpose Pro MIG/TIG/ARC

I/N: 6270634
$999
Price correct as at Tue 28 Feb 2017 12:04:14
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Product Description

Capable of welding in MIG (gas and gasless mode), ARC and TIG modes. Equipped with inverter technology, this model is light and more portable and more efficient. Suitable for trade applications, general welding tasks and thinner metals.

The Multi Pulse Pro includes a pulse function to assist users with aluminium welding. The welder complies to current regulations and the optimum quality of materials used will ensure a long working life with complete safety.

Ideal for general steel repairs, fabrication, gates, frames, fences, box trailers, vehicle rust and panel repairs, general aluminium repairs, TIG welding for mild steel and Stainless Steel applications.

Accessories included: Electrode holder, work clamp, hand held face mask and gas reducer

  • Inverter technology makes welding easy
  • MIG/TIG/ARC function
  • Pulse function to assist aluminium welding
  • In built trolley
  • Includes high quality Euro torch and 15 AMP plug

Product Details

Model Name
MIG/TIG/ARC 240 INVERTER MULTI PULSE PRO
Model Number
WCM0007
Material
Plastic/Metal
Product Dimensions (mm)
W:245 H:700 L:560
Package Dimensions (mm)
W:245 H:700 L:560
Weight
41.2
Welding Current (Amps)
240
Wire Size (mm)
1.0
Welding Capacity (mm)
8.0
Duty Cycle
Yes
Maximum Wire Feed (Inches per minute)
10
Uses Argon Gas
Yes
Uses Argon/Carbon Dioxide Mixed Gas
Yes
Input AC Voltage
230
Welding Gun Cable Assembly Length (M)
3.0
Work Clamp Included
Yes
Ground Cable Length (M)
3.0
Contact Tips Included
Yes
Sample Flux Wire Included
Yes
Hand Shield Included
Yes
Instructional Media Included
Yes
Thermal Overload
Yes
Drive Motor Overload
No
Primary Circuit Breaker
Yes
Minimum Weldable Thickness (Mild Steel)
0.8
Maximum Weldable Thickness (Mild Steel)
7.0
Minimum Wire Thickness (mm)
0.8
Maximum Wire Thickness (mm)
1.2

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