In this welding process, an electric arc is created between a coated consumable electrode and the workpiece to be welded, causing the parent material to fuse and the electrode to melt. The electrode is of a similar material to the parent material, and melting both together provides the weld (or joint) with a reinforcing filler material. The electrode has a flux coating of either basic, rutile or cellulose type. As the coating burns, it protects the arc and weld pool from the surrounding atmosphere with a gaseous shroud. The slag which solidifies over the newly deposited weld also protects it from the atmosphere while cooling.
For general purpose welding
Easy to use
With excellent start and restart properties
Smooth weld appearance
Producing few spatters
Small, powerful and robust
Robust design – Unique rubber corners, metal housing and push control buttons to withstand tough environmental conditions.
Premium arc – Advanced Lincoln technology and knowhow guarantee performance every time.
Power Surplus – Additional power for superior arc control.
Soft and Crisp mode – Selectable arc modes for different electrode types.
Auto Adaptive Arc Force – For stable arc with low spatter levels as standard
Processes Stick, Lift TIG Applications
• Small maintenance
• Light construction
• Light metal fabrication
• Repair on site
• Outside and workshop welding jobs
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