Cheap MIG welder (airless portable MIG)

Specification:ItemMIG100MIG130Gas/No GasNo GasNo GasPower voltage(V)110/230110/230Frequency (Hz)50/6050/60Max absorbed power(kVA)2.53.6Absorbed power at 60%(kVA)11.5Fuse(A)1013Power factor0.90.9Max No-load voltage output (V)3337Current range (A)50-8050-120Max current output80@10%105@15%Adjustment positions44Aluminum welding wire

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Gas/No GasNo GasNo Gas
Power voltage(V)110/230110/230
Frequency (Hz)50/6050/60
Max absorbed power(kVA)2.53.6
Absorbed power at 60%(kVA)11.5
Power factor0.90.9
Max No-load voltage output (V)3337
Current range (A)50-8050-120
Max current output80@10%105@15%
Adjustment positions44
Aluminum welding wire dia. 0.80.8-0.9
Insulation classHH
Protection classIP21SIP21S
Cod. (NO)893019893020
20' Container Load Capacity(PCS)605605
40' Container Load Capacity(PCS)12101210
40'HQ Container Load Capacity(PCS)14701470

MIG/MAG Welding Details:

MIG/MAG welding is a semiautomatic welding process where the welding arc is formed between the material being welded and the welding wire fed through the welding torch. The filler wire is fed mechanically by the wire feeder.

To protect the molten weld pool, shielding gas is also fed through the welding torch. The MIG process uses inert shielding gas (metal inert gas welding). Usually the shielding gas contains active carbon dioxide or oxygen, and therefore the most commonly used type of MIG/MAG is MAG welding.

MIG/MAG is the most common welding method in today's welding industry, and also becoming more and more popular with hobby users. Benefits of this method includes high weld deposition rate and welding speed easy mechanisation and automation and wide rage of users.Cheap MIG Welder (Gasless Portable MIG)

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