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2CZP1 299-011-1C UNSPSC # 23171541

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Two Gas Mixer for Argon and Hydrogen with 10 to 180 SCFH, 4.8 to 85.7 LPM Flow Rate

  • Item # 2CZP1
  • Mfr. Model # 299-011-1C
  • UNSPSC # 23171541
  • Catalog Page # 2432 2432
Country of Origin USA. Country of Origin is subject to change.

Easy-to-use Miller® Proportional 2-Gas Mixer lets you accurately blend your own custom TIG and MIG weld shielding gas mixtures (±2% of scale) for peak performance and optimal welds in a variety of different welding applications. Helps you eliminate stratification and save money on stocking expensive premixed gases. Serves up to 5 welding stations and helps you reduce set-up time by eliminating the need to change cylinders, flow control devices, or hoses when changing from one range of mixed gas to another. A convenient chart on top shows proper settings for argon/oxygen, argon/CO2, argon/helium and nitrogen/hydrogen.

Technical Specs

  • Item Two Gas Mixer
  • Gas Type Argon and Hydrogen
  • Flow Rate 10 to 180 SCFH, 4.8 to 85.7 LPM
  • Inlet Connection 5/8"-18 RH Internal
  • Outlet Connection 5/8"-18 RH Internal, 9/16"-18 LH External
  • Adjustment % Range 50 to 100/50 to 0
  • Required Inlet Pressure/Gas PSIG/Bar 105-115/7.3-7.9
  • Outlet Pressure Without Flow PSIG/Bar 45/3.1
  • Case Material Aluminum
  • Size (In.) 5 1/4 x 10 x 6 1/4

Easy-to-use Miller® Proportional 2-Gas Mixer lets you accurately blend your own custom TIG and MIG weld shielding gas mixtures (±2% of scale) for peak performance and optimal welds in a variety of different welding applications. Helps you eliminate stratification and save money on stocking expensive premixed gases. Serves up to 5 welding stations and helps you reduce set-up time by eliminating the need to change cylinders, flow control devices, or hoses when changing from one range of mixed gas to another. A convenient chart on top shows proper settings for argon/oxygen, argon/CO2, argon/helium and nitrogen/hydrogen.

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