AccuPocket TIG

Limitless mobility brought to TIG welding

In addition to mobile electrode welding, mobile TIG welding is now a reality thanks to the AccuPocket 150/400 TIG. One battery charge is enough for up to 17 minutes of continuous operation at full power (150 A) and the device is fully operational again after approx. 30 minutes of rapid charging. AccuBoost Technology ensures that the power needed for perfect ignition and weld properties is permanently at hand.
Featuring its most robust design yet and weighing just 11 kg / 31 lbs, AccuPocket is the perfect companion for assembly work on construction sites. AccuPocket can also be used in electrically hazardous areas, such as in boiler welding, as a mains lead is not required.

AccuBoost Technology

AccuBoost brings tangible improvements to ignition properties, arc stability and arc dynamics. The integrated high-performance battery can provide very high short-circuit currents for brief periods during welding and reliably minimises electrode sticking. This perfect interplay between the battery and the welding electronics also makes it possible to have a high welding voltage at maximum power, which prevents annoying arc breaks.

Lithium-ion technology

The AccuPocket's battery is a high-performance iron-phosphate-based lithium-ion (LiFePO4) battery with a capacity of approx. 400 Wh. This corresponds to 160 cm of a TIG weld seam produced in 17 minutes' welding time (130 A, a-dimension 2 mm), or eighteen 2.5 mm electrodes. Complying with stringent safety standards, these battery cells put in a particularly convincing performance in high-power applications and stand out for the following attributes: high intrinsic reliability, no memory effect, long service life and low self discharge.

Battery mode

Battery mode is specially designed for repair welding on inaccessible sites without direct access to mains electricity, as well as being highly suitable for welding in electrically hazardous environments. In battery mode, the welding energy is drawn solely from the battery. A fully charged battery delivers sufficient power to weld up to eight 3.25 mm diameter electrodes or eighteen 2.5 mm diameter electrodes.

Generator-powered operation

Due to the low current consumption, a much smaller generator (2 kVA) can be used than for mains-connected appliances – with AccuPocket, having to use big, heavy 8 kVA generators is definitely a thing of the past. This makes mobile applications much easier and saves on investment outlays.

Hybrid mode

In Hybrid mode, the unit can be used for welding at the same time as being charged. The integrated power reserve of the battery guarantees a constant arc – even in the event of mains voltage fluctuations – and prevents the mains fuse tripping if overvoltages occur. Even on a 120 V grid, the full output power of 150 A is possible.

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