Welding Machine Miller RACK,CST-280,220-230/400-460 VRD, DINSE (4 PK) 907246

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Welding machine Miller RACK,CST-280,220-230/400-460 VRD, DINSE (4 PK) 907246

Arc Performance—Excellent weld performance is provided in both Stick and TIG. Superior Stick arc performance even on the difficult-to-run electrodes like E6010.

Simplicity—Minimum operator controls require no training. Adaptive Hot Start automatically sets optimum starting conditions for stick electrode. Process selector switch automatically sets the optimum volt-amp curve and DIG for Stick welding based on electrode type.

Durability—Individual power source and rack enclosure designed to meet the needs of field construction.

Portability—Smallest and lightest 4-pack rack available. Both racks include lift truck fork pockets and lift eyes

The small size and weight of the 4-pack rack makes it ideal for applications where a high degree of portability is required, such as elevators.
The CST 280 Racks are designed to perform Lift-Arc TIG, and Stick welding with electrodes up to 3/16-inch diameter. The CSTs can also provide for Air Carbon Arc gouging by paralleling two power sources in the rack.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. What types of welding machines are available?

There are several types of welding machines, including arc welding machines (such as stick welders, MIG welders, and TIG welders), spot welders, plasma cutters, and multi-process welders that combine multiple welding techniques into one machine.

2. How does an arc welding machine work?

An arc welding machine uses electricity to create an electric arc between the welding electrode and the workpiece. The heat generated from the arc melts the electrode and the base material, creating a weld pool that solidifies into a strong joint.

3. What factors should I consider when choosing a welding machine?

Factors to consider include the type of welding you will be doing, the material thickness and type, power requirements, portability, duty cycle (the amount of time the machine can be used continuously), and your skill level.

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1 Review

  • 5

    Posted by obong on Jun 18, 2020

    Minimum operator controls require no training

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