MIG Welding Machine
Rilon 50-250A MIG Welding Machine MIG-250F
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece
|Welding Current Range||50-250A|
|Power Consumption||8.4 kVA|
|Working Voltage||AC380V +-15%|
|Protection Class||IP 21|
|Dimension (L x B x H)||500 x 203 x 375 mm|
|Wire Feeding Speed||2.5-13 m/min|
Welding is a common process for joining metals using a large variety of applications. Welding occurs in several locations, from outdoors settings on rural farms and construction sites to inside locations, such as factories and job shops. Welding processes are fairly simple to understand, and basic techniques can be learned quickly. Welding is the joining of metals at a molecular level. A weld is a homogeneous bond between two or more pieces of metal, where the strength of the welded joint exceeds the strength of the base pieces of metal.
Welding is a process of joining two or more pieces of the same or dissimilar materials to achieve complete coalescence. This is the only method of developing monolithic structures and it is often accomplished by the use of heat and/or pressure. A metal joining method in which the joining edges are heated and fused together with or without filler metal to form a permanent (homogeneous) bond is known as welding.
At the simplest level, welding involves the use of four components: the metals, a heat source, filler metal, and some kind of shield from the air. The metals are heated to their melting point while being shielded from the air, and then a filler metal is added to the heated area to produce a single piece of metal. It can be performed with or without filler metal and with or without pressure.
ADVANTAGES OF WELDING
Welding is superior to other metal joining methods because it:
1. It is a permanent pressure tight joint - occupies less space
2. It gives more economy of material - has less weight
3. Withstands high temperature and pressure equal to joined material
4. It can be done quickly
5. Gives no colour change to joints.
We are offering RILON MIG-250F to our clients.
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The MIG welding process is semi-automated. This is also called as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW). The process of MIG welding was developed in 1940. As this is a semi-automated process so there is a constant supply of filler wire in the form of MIG wire. This wire is being supplied by wire feeder which has a motorized function. The wire passed through the liner which also has a gas feeding through the same cable to the point where an arc is formed. The MIG welding is used in fabrication where higher production is required. The process needs electricity to produce heat, electrode or filler wire for the joint and inert gas to protect the welding joint from the air in the form of an inert gas of Co2. We ask you to buy MIG welder and if a robot is used in this welding process this welding becomes automatic. This MIG welding process is fast, cost effective and produces more welding units in a small period of time so it is a more effective method of welding.
The types of wire used are Carbon steel, stainless steel, and Aluminium. The wire feeder needs special change for the Aluminium wire filler. The carbon steel is best suited for the MIG welding. The welding by MIG are as welding is clean without smoke, very cheap, fast, time-saving in changing of the electrode is minimum so time efficient. It is good for spot and tack welds
- Item Code: MIG250F
- Delivery Time: Ready stock
CO2 Welding Machine
Minimum Order Quantity: 1 Piece
|Model||EWAC L &T|
|Welding Current Range||40-400|
|Welding Current at 100% Duty Cycle||60%|
|Country of Origin||Made in India|
- Item Code: MIG400I
- Production Capacity: 20
- Delivery Time: READY STOCK
- Packaging Details: INDIVISUAL SINGLE PCS PCKING