SIP T126-MIG Gasless Transformer Welder
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The SIP 180ST-MIG is a powerful MIG welder with a heavy-duty transformer, and features turbo fan-cooling for increased duty cycles. Designed for industrial-grade applications.
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|Output Current||30A - 145A|
|Peak Current||180A peak|
|Duty Cycle||145A @ 15%|
|Welding Voltage||15.5v - 21.25v|
|Welding Thickness||0.8mm - 7mm|
|Welding Wire||0.6mm - 1mm|
|Volt Steps||6 steps|
|Packaged Dimensions||930(H) x 950(W) x 500mm(D)|
Q1. Does this welder (SIP HG2300MP MIG/TIG/ARC Inverter Welder) comes with 3m MB15 MIG Torch, 3m Earth Cable & Clamp, Gas Hose & Clamp & More?
A. This SIP Welder comes with 3m MB15 Mig torch with 0.8mm contact tip, 3m earth cable with earth clamp, 4m*8mm gas hose and hose clamp, Hand held face mask, Hammer/Brush, Instruction manual, 0.6, 0.9, 1.0mm contact tip(1pc for each), 0.2kg 0.8mm flux core wire.
Q2. What accessories come with the item SIP HG2200P TIG/ARC Inverter Welder?
A. The product 05771-SIP HG2200P TIG/ARC Inverter Welder comes complete with-
1)4 metre WP26 TIG torch
2)2 metre earth cable with earth clamp
3)Torch consumable accessory set
4)3m x 8mm gas hose
Q3. Which welding torch model is suitable for an SIP welder “MIGmate Pro 170”?
A. Below torches are suitable:-
“05500 (SIP 14 3mtr Euro MIG Torch)” “05502 (SIP15 Torch 3 metre Euro Fitting)”
Q4. What is the advantage of inverter welding machine?
A. Few advantages of inverter welding machines are:-
• They are lightweight
• Power Efficient
It also has multiple power regulation settings, while being able to tolerate low-grade electrical supply systems.
Q5. Which is inverter welding machine?
A. An inverter welding machine is a relatively new and innovative type of welder that has a host of advantages when compared with the conventional welding machine. Inverter welding machine use sophisticated silicon based technology as compared with heavy copper/aluminum transformers and rectifiers seen in traditional welders.
The prime advantages of inverter welder is it is small, compact and portable. They also tend to consume less power. Please visit the given link to check our whole range of inverter welders: Inverter Welder
Q6. Are inverter MIG welders are reliable?
A. Partsformachines.com recommend SIP MIG welders for their reliability and quality. They are widely used and recommended by trade professionals for a variety of challenging jobs. SIP also makes a range of welders suitable for home use that come with 12 month warranty and a broad range of spares and consumables, that can be bought with ease at Partsformachines.com
Q7. Can I teach myself to weld by MIG welder?
A. A variety of material is available on online to learn about MIG welding. You also need a small investment in a MIG welder, and then you will be on your way. You can check our range of MIG welders by visiting this Link Mig Welder We recommend a T126 MIG welder as a good option to start with.
Q1. How can I make my Weld stronger?
A. A gas combination consisting of 75% argon and 25% CO2 can give great penetration and clean welds while causing minimal spatter. For solid carbon steel wire, use 75 percent CO2 and 25 percent argon. When there is no breeze, this kind should only be used indoors. Aluminium wire necessitates the use of 100% argon gas yet is suitable for producing strong welds.
Q2. What is a Cored Wire (Flux-Cored Wire)?
A. Cored wires consist of a metallic outer sheath, filled with metal powder or flux. It is similar to MIG wire in that it is spooled filler metal for consistent welding. The use of cored wire electrodes is increasing in parallel with the introduction of new types of wire.
Q3. How much power does a welder take?
A. A welder works on various power inputs. As a broad guidance, a welding machine needing higher current or duty cycle tends to use higher power.
Q1. Does SIP HG3000 MIG/ARC Inverter Welder come with a warranty?
A. The SIP dual purpose MIG/ARC inverter welder can enter two modes, gas and gasless, and comes ready to weld in gasless and Yes, SIP HG3000 MIG/ARC Inverter welder comes with 2 years warranty.
Q2. How do you keep a welder in good condition?
A. The following are some suggestions for maintaining a welder in good condition: -
• If you see any damage to the wires, replace them right away. If you want your wires to survive a long period, look for ones with strong insulation.
• Blow compressed air into your welder's mechanical components at least once a week to keep dust and debris from accumulating. This avoids shorts and fires.
Q3. How do you protect yourself from electric shock when welding?
A. The methods to avoid electric shock when welding are listed below:
• Keep your body away from the metal you are welding.
• Do not put your legs, arms, or chest on the workpiece if your clothes are moist or if your skin is visible.
• Rubber mats, plywood, or other dry insulation materials can be used to stand on or lie down.
• Make sure your gloves are dry and in good condition while welding.
• Wet skin or clothing should not be used to touch the electrode or metal parts of the electrode holder.
Q4. What should you do if you think something is wrong with your welder?
A. Unplug input power of welder and report the situation to your supervisor or a Qualified Electrician if you suspect something wrong. Before inspecting the welder, do not use it again. You can contact us to get remedial actions. Please Contact Us
Q5. How can a welder determine if there is adequate ventilation?
A. Proper ventilation is critical for safe welding. Avoid any poorly ventilated area while welding, or use breathing equipment. As a general rule of thumb- for many mild steel electrodes, if the welder feels at ease in breathing and the air appears to be clear, there is enough ventilation for the welder.
Q6. What should you do before welding to reduce the risk of fire and explosion?
A. • Inspect the work area where you will be welding before beginning to weld.
• Check for combustible materials that might catch fire if heated or coming into contact with a spark
• No welding or cutting should be done if you are unsure whether a material in the work vicinity is combustible until a thorough risk assessment is conducted.
Q7. On what types of welding machines can you find warning labels?
A. The following welding and cutting products have caution labels on them:
• Welders and welding equipment for arc welding.
• Flux products.
• ARC welding electrode.
• Wire feeders.
Q8. What fabrics should welders wear?
A. Wool clothing is superior than synthetic clothing because it is fire resistant and long-lasting. Synthetics melt in high temperatures and should never be worn. Cotton can be worn if it has been carefully treated to resist fire.
Q9. If you're already wearing a welding helmet, do you need to wear safety glasses?
A. Use safety glasses with side shields or goggles to protect your eyes from airborne particles, even if you're wearing a helmet. You can check our whole range of Welding accessories by visiting the given link:- Welding Accessories
Q10. What kinds of gloves are appropriate for welding hand protection?
A. To protect your wrists and hands from scratches, burns, and cuts, wear heavy flame-resistant gloves made of materials such as leather. They will also provide some insulation against electric shock as long as they are dry and in great condition. You can check our whole range of Welding accessories by visiting the given link:- Welding Accessories
Q11. When will my product's warranty begin?
A. Warranties are valid from the date of purchase.
Q12. What happens if the product is not covered in warranty ?
A. The SIP technical team will provide an estimate to repair the product if the item is not covered under warranty.
Q1. What Is MIG Welder?
A. A MIG welder is frequently used to weld large and thick materials. The arc is developed between a consumable wire that doubles as an electrode and a filler and the metal surface. It is normally faster than a TIG welder, resulting in shorter lead times and lower manufacturing costs.It is sometimes referred to as Gas metal arc welding (GMAW), and metal active gas (MAG) depending on certain welding attributes. You can check our whole range of MIG welders by visiting the given link: Mig Welder
Q2. What is the easiest welding method?
A. MIG welding is generally considered as an easier method to learn. MIG welding can be used in many types of welding applications and materials. Two of recommended starter MIG welders are SIP T136 and SIP T126 MIG welders.
Q3. What is the difference between a MIG and TIG welder?
A. Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) is a type of weld where arc is carried to the workpiece via a non-consumable tungsten electrode. Where as in a MIG welder, the arc is developed between a consumable wire that doubles as an electrode and a filler and the metal surface.
Q4. Where can you find safety instructions regarding welding products that you use?
A. Every welding power source and consumable product container includes a warning label with particular safety guidelines for the welding product you have selected. You can find additional details on safety in the product manual available on our website.
Q5. What is welding?
A. Welding is a manufacturing method in which two or more pieces are fused together using pressure, heat or both, and then cooled to produce a joint. Welding's purpose is to create a strong bond between two components. Welders use a strong filler component to hold metals or thermoplastics together. A weldment is the name given to the fully welded joint.