SWP Single Phase Mig 311 4-Roll Compact

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£1160.00exc VAT
£1392.00inc VAT
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The MIG 311 4-Roll Compact is a versatile and robust single phase machine, ideally suited to light, medium and heavy fabrication. For example, on maximum power and maximum duty cycle the MIG 311 consumes only 12kVA, which means it requires only a 35A fuse and can be used in the field from a 15kVA generator.

The full size cabinet can accept a full height gas cylinder and the large diameter wheels means it can be moved from job to job with little risk of toppling. Also, the variable speed four roll wire feed is achieved through our renowned all-geared drive system, minimising the risk of wire slip and so making your welds uniform. The units are also suitable for use with spool or push-pull guns, which allows you to increase your work radius up to 8 metres. The ability to take larger diameter wire than lower power units in the range meaning they can weld thicker plate and their switch settings allow for fine tuning the output power.
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    • Copper transformer and choke
    • Forced air fan cooling
    • Overload warning indicator
    • Heavy duty front and rear wheels
    • All geared 4-roll feed system
    • Double support straps for gas cylinder
    • Infinitely variable wire speed
    • Spot weld timer
    • Latch facility
    • Burnback control
    • Gas purge
    • Soft arc technology
    • Torch and regulator included
    • Mains Connection 1-230V
    • Fuse 35amp
    • Permissible load at:
      100% duty cycle 180A
      60% duty cycle 240A
      20% duty cycle 330A
    • Welding Current) 30-340A
    • Voltage Steps 16
    • Dimensions L x W x H 800 x 492 x 840mm
    • Weight 100kg
    • Welding Wire Dimensions 0.6-1.2mm

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