Parweld XTT 182DV TIG Inverter

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£580.32 (£483.60 +VAT)
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DC Output
The XTT 182DV has a DC output and is suitable for welding alloy, non alloy steels, stainless steel and titanium.
TIG Mode – Materials up to 6mm can be welded with ease
MMA Mode – Electrodes up to 4.8mm can be used with ease

TIG Welding
The XTT 182DV can be used for TIG welding and is suitable for welding steel and stainless steel using the HF start current. The latching trigger function improves operator comfort allowing the trigger to be released during long welds.

Generator Friendly
The XTT 182DV is able to cope with inputs which fluctuate by +/-15% and can be used with the majority of generators.
The machine is housed in a metal case with integrated carry handle and shoulder strap. A carry case is available as an optional extra.

Professional Level Dual Voltage DC TIG Inverter, suitable for light industrial manufacturing

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    • Dual Voltage 110/230V
    • 180A @60% Duty Cycle
    • Lightweight 7.8kg
    • Connections 35-50mm Dinse
    • Generator Friendly
    • HF arc starting
    • Easy electrode re-striking with hot start (MMA)
    • Adjustable post flow (TIG)
    • Supplied with 3m earth lead
    • Latch trigger option (TIG)
    • Adjustable downslope (TIG)
    • 3 years return to base warranty
    • Manufactured to IP23S, ISO/IEC 60974-1, ISO/IEC 60974-6 and RoHS Compliant
    Output Current10-180A
    Input Voltage110-230V 1P
    Input Current (Max)16-32A
    Fuse Rating32/16A
    Attribute:Post Flow Function0-10s
    Attribute:Pre-Flow FunctionFixed
    Down Slope Function0-10s
    Duty Cycle180A @ 60%
    Maximum Electrode Size4.8mm
    Up Slope FunctionFixed
    Enclosure ProtectionIP23S
    Dimensions (mm)440 x 130 x 240
    Weight (kg)7.8

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