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    Robot torch body for water cooled Robacta-, Robacta automatic- and Robacta Drive hose packs. Suitable for a welding capacity of maximum 500 A.
    The wear parts of the manual torch AW5000 can be mounted on the Robacta5000!


    Robacta 5000 S-Type

    At a robot with process arm the special bend causes that the TCP (Tool Center Point) is always in the sixth axis.

    Base metals
    Special metals, Stainless steel, Steel
    Fields of use
    Plant construction, machine-building industry, steel, Automotive & ancillary industry, Chemical plant construction, Robot welding, Construction of rail vehicles & rolling stock, Shipbuilding industry and offshore engineering, Construction of special vehicles and building

    Technical Data

    welding current  duty cycle  wire Ø mm
    500 A  100 % 0.8 - 1.6 

    Equipment features

    Standard equipment:
    • Accuracy TCP ± 0,5 mm
    • Contact tube, CuCrZr alloy
    • Forced contacting arrangement for welding-wire
    • Insulation sleeve 
    • Contact tip tool
    • Contact tubes with centre bore (for Al wire)
    • Examination and correction device
    • Seam tracking line
    • Special length of torch body max. 500 mm
    • Wrench for Robacta union nut 
    • MIG brazing
    • MIG/MAG high-performance welding
    • MIG/MAG pulsed arc welding
    • MIG/MAG welding 
    Recommended ground material:
    • Special metals
    • Stainless steel
    • Steel 
    Recommended areas of use:
    • Plant construction, machine-building industry, steel
    • Automotive & ancillary industry
    • Chemical plant construction
    • Robot welding
    • Construction of rail vehicles & rolling stock
    • Shipbuilding industry and offshore engineering
    • Construction of special vehicles and building 
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