Metalmaster Digital DC Pulse Tig Inverter Welder For Sale 5Y WTY
The TIG200D PRO is the latest addition to our growing family of digital inverter tig welding machines. Now encompassed by the high tech banner of our Metalmaster welding brand, the TIG200D PRO is the successor to our long standing analogue TIG200. Featuring an expanded array of features, the TIG200D is now fundamentally equal to the Metalmaster 210 PRO but without the AC welding function for ally or the price tag to match. As with all of our high end machines, we choose to use IGBT transistors, manufactured by Infineon and chosen for their ability to provide dependable power in the toughest of environments.
Huge DC Pulse Frequency- Our 32 Bit Microprocessor design allows for 0.1 to 500 Hz Pulses in DC far exceeding the capacity of pulse machines at this price point.
Enhanced MMA Welding - Now featuring MMA with Hot Start amps, Hot Start timer and Arc force, weld like a pro in MMA even with celulose electrodes.
Hot Start Amps- Use this setting to add a percentage of weld current to the weld current value when initially starting the arc. For example, if setting the desired welding current to 90 amps with a hot start percentage of 50%, the initial current supplied will be 90 + (50% of 90) = 135 Amps.
Hot Start Time - This is the period of time that the hot start amperage is applied before returning the output to the preset amperage.
Arc Force- When the arc length is too short, a boost of power is released to maintain welding output at the tip of the stick electrode making your welds consistent.
Quick Disconnect - Front and rear connections have a quick disconnect so packing up and moving takes seconds.
Pre Gas Flow - Pre gas flow allows the operator to set the amount of gas flow in seconds that is required before the Tig welding arc is activated. This is ideal for purging pipes etc before welding.
Start Amps - Hot start for TIG, this sets the amount of amperage that is provided upon pressing the Tig torch trigger. This function is used in 4T mode as initial welding current or in 2T mode as the minimum start current to heat up the tungsten.
Up Slope - Increases the output amperage from the start amps setting to the welding amps setting over the time set. For example, if start crater is 30 amps and welding current is 70 amps with 5 seconds up slope time you would experience the welding arc as follows. Upon pressing the Tig torch trigger in 2T mode the current would start at 30 amps then grow steadily for 5 seconds until it reaches 70 amps. In 4T mode upon pressing the trigger the current will start at 30 amps, when the trigger is released the current would steadily increase for 5 seconds until it reaches 70 amps.
Welding Amps - This is the welding current used for non pulse welding in Tig or MMA for DC and also AC modes.
Pulse Amps - When pulse welding thin sheet or thin walled tubes pulse welding is a technique that is used to reduce the amount of heat that is provided to the weld as an average but increases the heat provided during pulse cycles. In effect this provides better penetration whilst reducing distortion. The pulse welding current is set at a value that can penetrate the full thickness of the material and form a weld pool.
Base Amps - Base amps is used during the pulse welding procedure and sets the background current. In effect the base amps control sets the amount of amperage that is provided between pulses and this amount must be set sufficiently low that it allows the material to cool and solidify. As it is not practical to extinguish the welding arc in between pulses, the base current effectively keeps the arc active but does so at a value that will not affect the weld pool.
- Date Listed:11/06/2015
- Last Edited:11/06/2015
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