Two welders in one! Handbook Steel Arc welding (Mixed Martial Arts) uses flexible stick electrodes. Or include a TIG lantern as well as use as a TIG welder on a large range of ferrous metals.
• Turbo follower cooling protects against getting too hot
Gas fittings, regulator as well as TIG lantern are sold separately.
Input: 240 volts, 16-25 amps, single phase, 60 Hz
Ranked result current: 10 to 130 amps
Ranked result voltage: Mixed Martial Arts: 32 volts @ 130 amps, TIG: 23volts @ 130 amps
Max open circuit voltage: 75 volts
Duty cycle: 40% at 130 amps, 60% at 120 amps, 100% at 80 amps
Electrode capacity: 1/16" to 3/32"
Weldable materials: Moderate steel, low alloy steel, as well as stainless steel (not ideal for light weight aluminum).
Material thickness: Mixed Martial Arts: 18 gauge (1/4" thick), TIG: 22 gauge (1/8" thick).
Includes: 1/8" collet body, 1/16" & 3/32" collets, dimension 5 & 6 gas nozzles, long as well as short back caps, 1/16" & 3/32" (one each) EWG tungsten electrodes, 3 1/8" stick electrodes.
Weight: 20.22 lb.
Quick starting with high open voltage to get the job done faster
Easy-to-use anti-stick circuit works on rutile, basic, stainless steel, and cast iron electrodes
Additional amperage during short arc length conditions increases the electrode penetration
6 ft. 3" welding cable with electrode holder
5 ft. ground cable with clamp