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TIG Welder, Syncrowave 250 DX TIGRunner Series, Input Voltage: 200/230/460VAC, TIG, Pulsed TIG, Stic
- Item # 5GWF7
- Mfr. Model # 907194032
- UNSPSC # 23171519
- Catalog Page # N/A
- Shipping Weight 450.0 lbs.
- Item TIG Welder
- Series Syncrowave 250 DX TIGRunner
- Input Voltage 200/230/460VAC
- Welding Processes TIG, Pulsed TIG, Stick
- Polarity AC/DC
- Phase 1
- Welded Material Aluminum, Steel
- Material Thickness Mild Steel 0.012" to 1/2"
- Material Thickness Aluminum 0.015" to 3/8"
- Weight 378 lb.
- Rated Output 200A@28V, 60%/250A@30V, 40%
- Input (Amps) 110/96/48A
- Hz 50/60
- Overall Height 36-1/4"
- Overall Width 22-1/2"
- Overall Depth 25"
- Features AC/DC Square Wave, Digital Meters
- Includes Power Source, Rfcs-14 Hd Remote Foot Pedal, Coolmate 3x Water Cooler, No. 37 Running Gear And Dinse Connectors.
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