RazorWeld PLKUMJRRW170CA 170 AMP Dual Voltage Welder
170 amps Amperage
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The RAZOR 17O is a dual voltage inverter-based ARC welding machine produced using the latest IGBT technology. The DC MMA welding capability delivers a smooth and incredibly stable arc allowing easy welding with electrodes producing high quality welds including cast Iron, stainless and low hydrogen. This quality Inverter comes complete with a carry case and a power adaptor to get your project started.
The T.I.G Lift Arc function is superb and delivers perfect arc ignition every time without any sticking of the tungsten electrode to the work piece. This is an exceptional cost effective machine is suitable for a wide range of applications including, DIY, light industrial, site welding, farming, along with repair and maintenance applications. The RAZOR 170 gives you the best of both worlds, great portability, with the power to get the job done.
- Dual Voltage (115~230V) single phase
- 30%@170 Amps MMA 104ºF (230V) 1 phase
- 35%@170 Amps TIG 104ºF (230V) 1 phase
- Hot start
- Anti Stick
- ARC force
- DC TIG welding with ARC ignition
- Generator compatible
- 10.4 pounds
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