TIG Welder, Maxstar 700 Series, Welder Max. Output Amps: 700, Welder Industrial Class: Heavy
- Item# 5GWJ3
- Mfr. Model# 907103
- Catalog Page# N/A
- UNSPSC# 23171519
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- Welder Industrial Class Heavy
- Welding Processes TIG, Pulsed TIG, Stick
- Mild Steel - Material Thickness 0.020" to 1"
- Welder Input Phase 1 or 3
- Input Voltage 240 to 575VAC
- Welder Max. Output Amps 700
- Welder Min. Output Amps 5
- Welder Duty Cycle 60%
- Power Source Weight 198 lb.
- Polarity DC
- Series Maxstar 700
- Welded Material Steel
- Rated Output 450A @ 38V/600A @ 44V
- Input (Amps) 106 to 38, 89 to 32
- Welder Input Hz 50/60
- Overall Height 34-1/2"
- Overall Width 13-3/4"
- Overall Depth 43-3/4"
- Application Aerospace, Construction, Heavy Equipment Manufacturing, Infrastructure, Manufacturing, Railcar, Shipbuilding, Boat / Yacht, High Purity Processing
- Features DC Inverter, Digital Meters, Pulser
- Includes Power Source, 2 Thread Lock Adapters 225029, 1 Water Cooled Torch Adapter 225028, Set-up Dvd.
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