The semi-automatic welding machine operates in three modes: MIG / MAG / FLUX, TIG DC-LIFT and MMA. In the MIG / MAG / FLUX mode, work is performed by feeding the welding wire automatically to the welding location. Manual arc welding with a consumable electrode (MMA) is great for working with large metal structures from ferrous metals. And if you need to work with high-alloy steel and its alloys, then this task is perfectly handled by an inverter in TIG DC-LIFT mode.
Control of semi-automatic welding device is carried out from the front panel. It contains mode switches between MIG / MAG / FLUX and MMA, as well as 2T and 4T modes. There are two electronic displays displaying the voltage and current intensity to increase comfort. In addition to all of the mentioned above, there are three smooth regulators, responsible for setting the required voltage, current and inductance. Two LEDs indicators show the operating status of the machine. The first one displays the connection to the network, the second one lights up in case of overheating of the welding machine.
The bayonets made of high-quality materials are used for reliable connection of welding cables. This type of connectors has been specifically designed to meet safety and reliability standards. The used format of bayonet ensures a tight connection of the contacts, reducing the resistance of the current being conducted, allowing the use of welding cables of increased length.
This type of connection is considered to be optimal when working with semi-automatic welding. Connecting the burner to the CEE plug does not require additional fasteners, separate wiring of the hoses and control cable. A welding wire is fed through the connector, and the gas mixture is fed and the burner is controlled. All control components and the hose are in a common outer casing, thereby reducing the likelihood of mechanical damage.
The task of the mechanism is to ensure continuous feeding of the electrode wire through a flexible hose to the welding zone. Constructively simple mechanism consists of an electric motor, a reducer and a system of feed and pinch rollers. The case of the electrode wire-feeder is made of metal and plastic. Presser rollers are used to pull the electrode wire from 0.6 to 1 mm.
The welding machine is equipped with air cooling, consisting of a fan blower and a radiator system located in places where a high heat sink is required. The installed fan passes the right amount of air through the inverter, ensuring timely cooling of internal components. The inverter is equipped with an overheating protection to ensure reliable operation, which turns off the inverter automatically. The device can be switched on again after cooling to the required operating temperature.
Components from world manufacturers are use, in power pulse technology to increase the working cycle.
The power units of the welding machine are coated with a compound designed to protect and reduce the likelihood of electrical breakdown. The main board is covered with a layer of varnish, providing additional protection from external damage.