HITBOX Lift TIG ARC Welder 200A Stick IGBT Digital Inverter 220V Weld 7018 Rod. Digital MMA, LIGT TIG WELDER. VRD reduces no-load loss, prevents electric shock, and the output voltage drops below DC36V. LED display, abnormal indicator, Lift TIG/MMA/ARC working status indicator.
Electrode diameter selection: select the electrode diameter to automatically match the appropriate current intensity. All round protection: over-heating protection; over-current protection; over/under voltage protection. The no-load voltage of this machine is up to 80V, which can effectively weld a variety of special electrodes 7018 cellulose electrode, stainless steel electrode, white steel electrode, etc. The high-power IGBT and radiator can effectively weld 4.0 electrodes for a long time.Hot start & Anti-stickingAutomatically increase the output current at the start of welding, making it easy to form an electric arc. Lift TIG Function (Note: TIG Torch is not included). Processes: Digital MMA, LIGT TIG. Net Weight: 4.5kg/9.9lb. Pakcing Size: 126.96.36.199 in. Item Processing Time: The processing time for a specific order varies with the product type and stock. All our item offer 7 days return peroid, defective or non-defective. Return must include all original package and accesorries, item must in good condition.
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The item "HITBOX Lift TIG ARC Welder 200A Stick IGBT Digital Inverter 220V Weld 7018 Rod" is in sale since Monday, November 30, 2020. This item is in the category "Business & Industrial\CNC, Metalworking & Manufacturing\Welding & Soldering Equipment\Welding Equipment & Accessories\Welders, Cutters & Torches\Stick Welders". The seller is "unitweld2" and is located in Shenzhen.
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