If you are wondering what having digital microprocessor control can mean, just ask anyone who has used it. The benefits are numerous, whether its increased productivity, or increased weld quality, or the ability to make precise settings, and fine tune them to the exact standards required.
This is all part of the benefit of owning a PowerTIG 210 EXT. This TIG/Stick welder from Everlast also features IGBT inverter technology which offers the best in arc stability and performance while reducing size and weight. The unit features wave form control with three distinct wave forms: Advanced Square wave, Soft Square wave, and Triangular. These help to offer flexibility while welding Aluminum.
But that's just part of the story. This TIG/Stick welder also features programmable memory, adjustable AC Frequency, and adjustable AC balance control. It also works quite well as a stick welder featuring items like adjustable hot start and arc force control for maximum welding flexibility.
The heavy duty HF arc start design reduces traditional HF component maintenance issues. The unit also features two pulse modes, standard and advanced pulse. In the advanced pulse mode the welder oscillates between AC and DC- polarity allowing fine fast freeze control on thin gauge aluminum, and greater penetration on thick plate aluminum.
Although the unit may seem quite complex in its list of features, it's really quite simple due in part to the intuitive design which leads to quick and easy to setup whether you are a welding professional or just an enthusiast.
PLEASE NOTE: Everlast Welders Australia strongly recommends the use of a 15A RCD box between the machine and wall socket during use. To achieve the maximum performance out of your Everlast Machine please ensure your current breaker and wiring/socket setup at your place of use is sufficient enough to achieve this. For example you may be required to upgrade your breaker to a 32A dedicated circuit to suit, therefore allowing you to achieve your machines full duty cycle. If in doubt please contact your local licensed electrician for more info prior to purchasing and please see terms and conditions/warranty for more information.
Maximum Figures for stick is based off of standard industry practice and practical limits for quality welds.
Max electrode size ultimately depends upon class/type and manufacturer recommendations and formulations and may vary from brand to brand and class to class.
For generator use: Use only generators that are certified as "clean power" by the manufacturer. This means that the unit has 5% or less total harmonic distortion (THD). For best results, when operating on 120V power, use a generator capable of at least 3500 surge watts. For best results while operating on 240V, use a generator rated for 8000W or greater. Do not use with a generator less than 7500 watts.
This unit is not recommended for use with E6010 electrodes and most rods with a cellulose-based flux. Use E6011, if a cellulosic rod is required.