FULLEX welder MIG MAG 250 D with TIG and MMA with TOSHIBA MOSFET
3 in 1 Combined welding system:
MMA welder with 250 amps.
MIG MAG inverter with 250 ampere power.
A PROFESSIONAL DEVICE FOR DAILY USE
Finally as a clean seam on the workpiece with stairs o. balcony railings, bodywork, etc. Our equipment agriculture and metalworking are daily in metal, used.
The high duty cycle of 60% at 250 amps, you do not need constantly insert breaks. The device switches off automatically and the fan cools in less than 5 minutes the inverter. Comparable models have a duty cycle of 15% up to 30%.
The duty cycle of 60% is used in MIG welding very rarely reached, because you always have to fix the workpiece and thereby automatically insert pauses. During this time, the inverter cools.
With the developed combi MIG MAG TIG MMA INVERTER series, you have the opportunity not only steel but also alloyed steel, for welding unalloyed steel and other ferrous metals with DC function (DC).
Also welding MAG is possible - use a wire coil with filling gas.
THIS DEVICE IS A PURE DC UNIT (DC)
The application of inverter technology allows a focused and permanent power output, which makes the adjustment much more precise and practical. Power chip MOSFET (Toshiba) proven since 1998th This unit also newcomers in MIG MAG or TIG welding process can work without any problems. Compared to conventional welding equipment, you have more advantages with the unique inverter technology. For example, smaller volume, lighter in weight and energy-saving.
ALL SIGNIFICANT WELDING PARAMETERS IN DIRECT ACCESS:
MIG welding of 0.8 -1.0 mm rolls of wire.
MAG welding from 0.8 to 1.0 mm Drahrollen.
Duty cycle (DC) of 60% at 250 amperes.
Einschaldauer of 100% at 140 amps, they can weld by the hour without a break.
Wire roll up to 5 kg (not included, available in the shop).
Hose package MB 15 with Euro central connection.
Separate ground CONNECTIONS FOR MIG-MAG and TIG MMA.
Automatic wire feed.
Antistick = prevents the electrode from annealing, because the power is immediately terminated.
Hot Start = automatic voltage increase at the start.
HF ignition = high frequency contactless ignition to the workpiece.
MMA = Electric manual welding.
Tube package with ball joint and integrated switch.
Gas solenoid valve: opens only when pressing the hand torch and closes when the welding process is finished.
Automatic cooling by fan.
Thermal protection: jumps once the machine is overloaded. A red indicator light turns on and turns off when the unit has cooled down.
With adjustable rotary switches welding parameters
Voltage: adjustable 14-26 V.
Drachtzufuhr: an automatic speed adjustment with the change of the welding current.
MMA switch: MIG.
Welding current: adjustable from 30 to 250 A.
Inductance: To carry out the MIG / MAG welding direct current sources are used that have a certain adjustable inductance or current rise speed with a defined current limit. When welding means Kutzlichbogen where the filler material is transferred drop-shaped with short circuits, the current slew rate and current level must be limited!, On the one hand to be able to ignite well and errechen other hand a stable transfer of material through the stromglättende effect. This means that in the low electric welding services, the inductance must be relatively high. However, it must not be too high, as this will deteriorate the ignition with good se seam formation. But it must not be set low also because deteriorate the material transition and the seam formation. In the high welding services should therefore be relatively low inductance.
Post flow: Important to the weld to protect it from air supply and to create the atmosphere. Protects the tungsten electrode against excessive wear and protects the weld from oxidation.
Function 1: MIG / MAG - welding with shielding gas.
The semi-mechanized gas metal arc welding (MSG), either as MIG (metal welding with inert gases, EN ISO 4063: Process 131) or MAG welding (metal welding with active, ie reactive gases, EN ISO 4063: Process 135), is an arc welding process in which the consumable welding wire is tracked continuously by a variable speed motor. The conventional welding wire diameter between 0.8 and 1.2 mm (rarely 1.6 mm). (Rule of thumb: shielding gas flow rate 10 l / min per mm welding wire diameter) Simultaneously with the wire feeder of the welding point via a nozzle, the protective or mixed gas with about 10 l / min is supplied. This gas protects the molten metal under the arc from oxidation, which would weaken the weld. When metal active gas welding (MAG) is carried out either with pure CO2 or mixed gas of argon and small amounts of CO2 and O2 (Corgon). Depending on their composition, the welding process (penetration, droplet size, spatter losses) can be actively influenced; the metal inert gas (MIG) is rarely the expensive inert gas helium is used as inert gas argon. The MAG process is used primarily in steel, MIG method is preferred for nonferrous metals.
Optionally, can in gas metal arc welding and flux cored wires, also called tubes wires used (with active gas welding EN ISO 4063: Process 136, with inert gas EN ISO 4063: Process 137). These can be provided inside with a slag and optionally alloying additions. They serve the same purpose as the wrappings of the rod electrode. On one hand, carry the ingredients to weld volume in the other hand, they form a slag on the weld bead and protect the weld from oxidation. The latter is especially important for the welding of stainless steels, since the oxidation, which must be prevented even after continuing the burner and thus the continuation of the gas shroud "tarnishing" the seam.
Function 2: electrode welding MMA.
The great advantage of electric welding is that the materials do not need to be preheated and can be welded directly to the desired positions. Also allows workpieces of different thickness connect easily. For example, 10 mm square steel are welded to a 3 mm sheet is a 10 x. In practice, such compounds occur constantly, for example, the construction of a railing, in making a fence or in the repair of agricultural machinery, which is often severe U-sections to be welded with thinner parts. The widest application of electrodes welding equipment is of course in the industry, in the crafts, the home improvement and construction.
Which stick electrode types can be used:
1) For unalloyed steels - TYP R3, A5 and AR. 7
2) For sheet metal up to 3 mm are suitable electrodes R3 of a diameter 1.5 mm, 2.00 mm, 2.5 mm, for thicker materials electrode R3 diameter 3.25 mm and 4.00 mm.
3) V-welds and pipes should be welded with electrodes A5 and AR7.
Output Current: MIG 30-250 A
Output Current: TIG 10-250 A
Duty cycle: 60% 250 A
Duty cycle: 100% 140 A
Gas flow: MIG 10-15 liters / min
Gas flow: TIG 2-5 liters / min
Open circuit voltage: 56 V
Insulation class: F
Voltage: 230 V AC
Mains frequency 50/60 Hz
Fuse (income) 1 x 16 A
Maximum connected load 4.7 kVA
Recommended generator power 6.3 kVA
Weight 14 Kg
Dimensions L × W × H (mm) 460 x 200 x 420.5 (without handle)
IEC 60974-1; CE
Welding thickness (depending on material) 10 mm
Gas trailing 0-10 seconds
Arc guide HF - ignition
The unit MIG MAG 250 TIG MMA.
MIG MAG hoses 3 meters.
2 x gas nozzle conical plug NW 12 mm (length 53 mm / inner diameter 12 mm)
7 x power nozzle M6x25 - 1.0 mm
6-piece accessory set MIG-MAG.
Connecting hose: 0.5 and 3 meters.
Ground cable 3 meters.
Welding cable with electrode holder 3 meters.
Operating instructions in German.
|Shipping weight:||55,00 kg|
|Product weight:||48,00 kg|
|Dimensions:||84 × 62 × 44 cm|