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    Gas- and watercooled automatic welding torch. Suitable for a welding current up to max. 400 A with gas cooling and 500 A with water cooling.
    Simple exchange of torch body by a bolt connection at the hose pack.
    Base metals
    Aluminium, Special metals, Stainless Steel, Steel
    Fields of use
    plant construction, machine-building industry, steel, Automotive & ancillary industry, Chemical plant construction, Maintenance and repair, Construction of rail vehicles & rolling stock, Shipbuilding industry

    Technical Data

      Length of
    hose pack m
    welding current AC  welding current DC  duty cycle  wire Ø mm 
    gascooled  1.5 / 2.5 / 3.5  400 A  350 A  40 %  0.8 - 1.6 
    watercooled  1.5 / 2.5 / 3.5  500 A  400 A  100 %  0.8 - 1.6 

    Equipment features

    Standard equipment:

    • Automatic tube ø 38 mm with Euro connector
    • Automatic tube ø 44 mm with F and F++ connector
    • Coaxial cable (on gas-cooled torches)
    • Elastic rubber anti-kink feature at machine end
    • High-quality hose material
    • Steel inner liner for steel wire 


    • Blow out lineCombination inner liner (for Al and CrNi wires)
    • Special lengths of hose pack 1,0 - 6,0 m (gascooled: starting from 4,5 m with 35 mm² current cable) 


    • MIG brazing
    • MG/MAG pulsed arc (watercooled torches)
    • MIG/MAG welding 

    Recommended ground material:

    • Aluminium
    • Special metals
    • Stainless steel
    • Steel 

    Recommended areas of use:

    • Plant construction, machine-building industry, steel
    • Automotive & ancillary industry
    • Chemical plant construction
    • Maintenance and repair
    • Construction of rail vehicles & rolling stock
    • Shipbuilding industry and offshore engineering
    • Construction of special vehicles and building
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