Autoset Mig Welder

Oct 26, 2011













Welder, MIG/Flux Core, 120V, 90A @ 18.5VDC


Welder, MIG/Flux Core, 120V, 90A @ 18.5VDC


$1,013.00


Welder series: Millermatic 141, welding processes: MIG/Flux Core, Input Voltage: 120, Welded Material: Mild Steel, stainless steel and aluminum, material thickness mild steel: 24 ga. to 3/16″, Portability: handheld portable, Phase: 1, material thickness aluminum: 14 to 18 ga….

MIG Welder, Wheeled, 208/230VAC


MIG Welder, Wheeled, 208/230VAC


$2,146.99


MIG welder has millermatic 212 series, welding processes: MIG/flux core, input voltage: 208/230VAC, welded material: mild steel, aluminum, material thickness mild steel: 22 ga. to 3/8″, it has wheeled mounted portability….

Millermatic 211 MIG Welder With Advanced Auto-Set And Cart 951603


Millermatic 211 MIG Welder With Advanced Auto-Set And Cart 951603


$1,667.00


Millermatic(R) 211 MIG Welder With Advanced Auto-Set(TM) 951603 The Millermatic(R) 211 Advanced Auto-Set(TM) with running gear and cylinder rack is a multi-voltage, 230 amp portable MIG welder that runs on both 120 volt and 240 volt input power. The inverter design of the Millermatic 211 means it draws less power, has a superior welding arc and weighs up to 40% less than other MIG welders in its c…

MIG Welder, 120/240VAC, 1 Phase


MIG Welder, 120/240VAC, 1 Phase


$1,179.00


‘ MIG Welder, Millermatic 211, Welding Processes MIG/Flux Core, Input Voltage 240VAC, Welded Material Aluminum, Steel, Mild Steel – Material Thickness 24 ga. to 3/8 In., Portability Handheld Portable, 1 Phase, Aluminum – Material Thickness 18 ga. to 3/8 In., Stainless Steel – Material Thickness 20 ga. to 1/4 In., Rated Output 150A @ 21VDC, Duty Cycle 40 Percent, 60 Hz, 17 Input Amps, Output Range …

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