Askaynak MasterSTICK-505

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Askaynak MasterSTICK-505

At GZ Industrial Supplies, we supply Askaynak products which ranges from welding machines and welding accessories. Our  Askaynak MasterSTICK-505 have excellent arc characteristics and outstanding performance for rutil, basic, cellulosic electrode types. Ideal for welding of carbon and low-alloy steels, even stainless steels.

  • 380V – 3Ph input voltage and maximum output current of 500A provide a continuous welding operation with electrodes in diameters of 2.5-5.0 mm.

  • Amperage indicator.

  • Thermostatic overload protection and

  • Indicator light.

  • Fan cooling.

  • Two quarter –turn (positive and negative) output terminals for easy cable connection.

  • IP21S protection class.

  • Meet EN 60974-1, EN 60974-10 and CE standards for safety and reliability.

Technical Properties of Askaynak MasterSTICK-505

Product Name : MasterSTICK-505
Input Voltage : 380 V ; 3~Ph ; 50/60 Hz
Power input @ Rated Outpu : 39 kVA (% 35)
Input Current (max) : 60.0 A (% 35)
Rated Output Current, Voltage and Duty Cycle : 450 A ; 38.0 V (% 35); 325 A ; 33.0 V (% 60); 250 A ; 30.0 V (% 100)
Open Circuit Voltage : 80 V (DC)
Current Range : 50 - 500 A 
Fuse Size and Type : 63 A (retarded)
Protection Class : IP21S
Insulation Class : F
Cooling System : Fan Cooling
Weight (Without Cables) : 190 kg
Dimensions (W x H x D) : 475 x 750 x 950 mm
Compliance : EN 60974-1, EN 60974-10 CE

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How can a defective welding machine be identified?

Lack of consistency, cracks running through the middle of the bead, a bead that is too thin, and/or a lack of parent metal discoloration (which should be about 1/8 of an inch) are indications of a subpar welding process.

2. Which welding takes less time?

MIG welding. This is because MIG welding is quicker than TIG welding, and can be produced at a lesser cost. Additionally, MIG welding is simpler to master, and to create welds that require little to no cleaning and finishing.

3. What's the strongest weld?

What Type Of Weld Is The Strongest? TIG welding is often considered the strongest weld since it produces extreme heat, and the slow cooling rate results in high tensile strength and ductility. MIG is also an excellent candidate for the strongest type of weld because it can create a strong joint.

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2 Reviews

  • 5


    Posted by Eugene Anderson on Dec 13, 2022

    Very Easy to transport and easy to operate, quite handy.

  • 5


    Posted by Paul Nsirim on Sep 28, 2020

    This is an exceptional class welding machine

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