multiprocess welder

Power i-MIG 275P

5 year
High Output
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Weight: 78 lb
Dimensions: 25 in × 11 in × 18 in
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Power i-MIG 275P
Power i-MIG 275P
Power i-MIG 275P
Power i-MIG 275P

Intended for those customers that are interested in a truly versatile MIG, the Power i-MIG 275P incorporates many advanced features and capabilities that far exceed most MIG welders in it's class.   Beginning with a serious 50% duty cycle at 275 amps via dual fan cooling, this unit packs an industrial level punch without being overly large or dependent upon an intergrated undercarriage to move it around.  The digitally controlled IGBT component design delivers a stable, low spatter arc with the ability to weld with wire diamters from .023" to .045" with the standard supplied drive rolls.   Added to the same MIG features of Synergic and manual welding modes that you will find on the Power i-MIG 275S, the Power i-MIG 275P features an additional pulse MIG mode.  This single pulse mode is fully adjustable, with adjustments for pulse voltage, pulse time-on and pulse frequency and can be used to weld metals quickly and out of position without overheating them, and is a good choice for use with steel and stainless with the option of using the manually adjusted Pulse settings.  If you are new to the idea of MIG pulse, pulse is typically used in areas where the Axial spray process is desired, but due to the heat and inabilty to weld out of position it is prohibited.  A single-pulse MIG varies the voltage of the unit between two preset voltage levels. The other pulse controls control the duration and frequency of the pulse and are adjusted so that the MIG arc transfer transitions to spray, but drops out of spray range and settles to a globular transfer range long enough to cool the puddle, but not transfer any metal.   This manually adjusted pulse mode is typically used for welding on steel or stainless where heat issues are problems with traditional spray arc process.     In addition to the pulse mode, the Power i-MIG 275P the unit supports both spool gun and push-pull gun operation for both the hobbyist and the industrial level professional interested in using it for Aluminum welding.  Besides the standard manual mode, with the push-pull or spool gun connected, the user has the choice of pulse and for synergic operation.  For ease of set-up with multiple users or applications, the unit is also able to store up to 9 different programs.  Adjustable burn back, automatic pre/post gas flow, and inductance control also are included so that the user can completely customize and fine tune the MIG's performance.  In addition to the already excellent list of MIG features and performance, the Power i-MIG 275P also has a stick welding mode, which includes a E6010/Cellulose mode, hot star adjustments and arc force control.  NOTE: The Pulse mode is fully manual.  While it can be also used for aluminum, it does not feature a hot start for this application and we offer better choices.  If aluminum and brazing is intended to be a primary use of this product, consider the Power i-MIG 253DPi and Power i-MIG 353DPi for best results for synergic, easy-to-use operation.  These 253/353DPi models handle Steel and Stainless equally well too and feature single AND double pulse modes, with advanced synergic capability.

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