KT AC/DC TIG
Series – Digital
How it Works?
Tungsten Inert Gas(TIG)
is frequently referred to as TIG Welding. In TIG Welding an arc is formed between a non-consumable tungsten electrode and the metal being welded. Gas is fed through the torch to shield the electrode and molten weld pool. If a filter wire is used, it is added to the weld pool separately.
TIG Welding using direct current(DC) Creates an electrical circuit that flows only one way. This leads to a constant polarity of arc change. DC is used for welding ferrous metal such as stainless steels.
TIG welding using an alternating current creates an arc which switches polarity in regular cycles. This polarity switching removes surface oxidation from weld area. AC is used for welding aluminum.
Best Welding Solutions for Aluminum
|SPECS||KW – 350 T||KW – 500 T||KW – 500 T|
|Input Voltage||V||220V, 280v, 440v / 1 & 3 Phase|
|Rated Frequency||Hz||50/60 Hz|
|No Load Voltage||V||68|
|Rated Load Voltage||V||18||22||26|
|Up-Down Slope Time||sec||0.1 – 5 (With Crater function)|
|Arc Spot Time||sec||0.1 – 5|
|Pulse Hz||Low||Hz||0.5 – 15|
|High||Hz||15 – 500|
|Gas Flow Time||Pre||sec||0.1 – 5|
|After||sec||0.1 – 10|
|Pulse Width Control||%||15 – 85|
|Cleaning Width Control||%||10 – 50|
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