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AL5000

MIG/MAG
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AL5000


    High-grade gascooled welding torch for steel-, apparatus-, machine- and vehicle construction. Suitable for a welding current up to max. 500 A.
    Process
    MIG/MAG
    Base metals
    Constructional steels, Coated constructional steels, Ferritic / austenitic CrNi steels, Aluminium materials, Magnesium materials,
    Fields of use
    Automobile and allied vendor industries, Construction of chemical plants, Maintenance and repair
     

    Technical Data


    hose pack
    length m
     
    welding current 
    CO2
     
    welding current
    ArCO2
     
    duty cycle  electrode Ø mm 
    3.5 / 4.5  500 A  400 A  40 %  1.0 - 1.6 

    Equipment features


    Standard equipment:
    • Steel inner liner for steel wire
    • Torch-neck 45°
    • High-grade spatter protection, with very high thermal stability
    • Contact tube, CuCrZr alloy
    • Coaxial cable
    • Elastic rubber anti-kink feature at machine and torch end
    • Ergonomically shaped handle shells made of GF reinforced plastic
    Options:
    • Combination inner liner (for Al and CrNi wires)
    • Contact tubes with centre bore (for Al wire)
    • Top-mounted torch trigger
    • special length of hose pack 1,5 – 6,0 m (up to 4,5 m with 35 mm² current cable)
    • Customer-specific torch body length
    • Customer-specific torch body bend
    Process:
    • MIG brazing
    • MIG/MAG welding
    Base metals:
    • Constructional steels
    • Coated constructional steels
    • Ferritic / austenitic CrNi steels
    • Aluminium materials
    • Magnesium materials
    Recommended areas of use:
    • Automobile and allied vendor industries
    • Construction of chemical plants
    • Maintenance and repair
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