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- ItemMIG Welder
- Welding ProcessesMIG/Flux Core
- Input Voltage230/460/575VAC
- Welded MaterialMild Steel, Aluminum and Stainless Steel
- Material Thickness Mild Steel22 ga. to 1/2"
- PortabilityWheeled Mounted
- Material Thickness Aluminum16 ga. to 1/2"
- Material Thickness Stainless Steel16 ga. to 5/16"
- SeriesPower MIG
- Rated Output250A@26VDC
- Duty Cycle40%
- Input Amps56A
- Output Range30 to 300A DC
- Wire Size0.025", 0.030", 0.035", 0.045"
- Overall Height31-3/4"
- Overall Width18-7/8"
- Overall Depth38-7/8"
- ApplicationMetal Fabrication, Maintenance and Repair, Farm/Autobody, Light Industrial
- FeaturesDelivers a Forgiving Arc, Excellent Out-of-Position Arc Stability, Low Spatter and a Wide Voltage Sweet Spot at a Given Wire Feed Speed for Steel, Stainless Steel or Aluminum. Maxtrac(R) Cast Aluminum Industrial Wire
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