Vulcan ProTIG 165 Welder with 120/240 Volt Input (VW165-PT)

Price: $771.84
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Manufacturer Description

The ProTIG 165 is a specialist class TIG welder that considers simply 20 lbs., making it optimal for area job. Developed with stability as well as performance in mind, this TIG welder gives you the ability to do both lift beginning as well as high regularity starting. Dual voltage 120/240V input with auto-sense feature gives you the adaptability to weld anywhere you want, whenever you want. The ProTIG 165 is capable of GTAW (DC), GTAW-P (DC) as well as SMAW (DC) refines over a wide variety of materials consisting of stainless, chrome-moly as well as ferrous actors materials. Industry leading portability makes the Vulcan ProTIG 165 an ideal choice for onsite maintenance, procedure piping, food/beverage industry as well as automotive. All set to weld out of the box.

Product Features

•DC TIG and DC Stick from a single power source for ultimate versatility; •Dual voltage technology capable of 120/240V input •High frequency arc starting for ultimate arc quality; •Inverter technology for highest quality output and maximum efficiency •Built-in pulsing for increased travel speeds and minimized heat distortion; •120V and 240V power cords are included •Weighs only 20 lbs. - ideal for field use; •Lift arc starting capable for maximum versatility; Name: ProTIG 165 Welder with 120/240 Volt Input; Model: VW165-PT; SKU: 63618; Brand: Vulcan; Input Voltage: 120/240; Minimum amperage output (amps): 10A; Open Circuit Voltage: 15V (GTAW & SMAW); Thermal Overload Protection: Yes; Wire Size: Stick welder uses 1/16 in. to 1/8 in. electrodes; TIG welder (shielding gas is needed) uses 0.040 in. to 5/64 in. tungsten electrodes;

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