Miller Welding machine Gold Star 402 electric welder

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Miller Welding machine Gold Star 402 electric welder

Our Miller welding machine Gold star 402 has Superior arc welding performance with stick and TIG welding.

This electric welder has a built-in arc control lets you get in tight without sticking the electrode. An electrode compensation circuit ensures consistent arc control performance regardless of the electrode size, the hot Start  makes it easy to start difficult stick electrodes such as E-6010 and E-7018.

Line voltage compensation ensures consistent weld performance by keeping output power constant, even if primary input power varies by ±10 percent.

The welder is power efficient for exceptional value and return on your investment., 115 V duplex receptacle provides 15 amps of auxiliary power.

Equiped with thermal overload protection light indicates power shutdown. Helps prevent machine damage if the duty cycle is exceeded or airflow is blocked. 

Heavy Industrial Applications

  1. Steel erection
  2. Pipe welding
  3. Tank/pressure vessel fabrication Maintenance/repair
  4. Shipbuilding
  5. Construction
  6. Refineries, Chemical manufacturing facilities and  Steel manufacturing facilities Foundries 


  • Stick (SMAW)
  • TIG (GTAW)
  • Air carbon arc (CAC-A)
  • cutting and gouging Flux-cored (FCAW) MIG (GMAW)
  • Spray transfer with voltage-sensing wire feeder

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I maintain a welding machine?

Regular maintenance of a welding machine involves cleaning the machine, checking electrical connections, inspecting cables and hoses for damage, replacing worn parts, and ensuring proper cooling and ventilation. Following the manufacturer's maintenance guidelines is essential for optimal machine performance and longevity.

2. Is it possible to learn welding on my own, or do I need formal training?

While it is possible to learn basic welding techniques through self-study and practice, formal training from a qualified instructor or attending welding courses can provide comprehensive knowledge, safety guidelines, and hands-on experience to develop proper welding skills.

3. Can I weld without protective gear?

No, welding without appropriate protective gear is highly dangerous and should never be done. Welding produces intense heat, bright UV light, sparks, and hazardous fumes. Proper safety gear, such as welding helmets, gloves, aprons, and respirators, must be worn to protect against burns, eye damage, and inhalation of harmful fumes.

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1 Review

  • 5

    I am using Miller welders and they are good

    Posted by Henry Chibuzo on Nov 14, 2016

    GZ is already taking the industrial supplies in Nigeria by storm, i am glad i know them, they are fantastic

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