How it Works?
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.
|SPECS||KW – 350 T||KW – 500 T|
|Input Voltage/Phase||V||220V, 280v, 440V / 1 & 3 Phase|
|Working Voltage||V||22 – 24V|
|Rated Input (3 Phase)||KVA||6 (10)||10 (18)|
|Current Range||A||5 ~ 350||5 ~ 500|
|Pulse Frequency||Hz||0.5 ~ 500|
|Pre Gas Delay Time||sec||0.3|
|Up Slope||sec||0.1 ~ 10|
|Down Slope||sec||0.1 ~ 10|
|Usable Electrodes Sizes||mm||1.6 – 4.0||1.6 – 6.00|
Advantages of Korweld
- Good for High Quality TIG welding
- Digital Control : 5 – 350/500A
- All TIG functions Available and adjustable (Current, Crater, Pulse Up-Down slope TIG & ARC)
- Very light and compact size
- Heavy Duty(Usable for all day long)
- Built-in safety device/Temperature sensor
- Designed for tropical weather
- With 6 months warranty and torch cable(8m) set