This MIG welding equipment is a lightweight and effective welding instrument that is ideal for both professional and do-it-yourself welding tasks. This welding machine, with the model number MIG-160, has a 220V rated input voltage and a current range of 30-120A, giving it a flexible alternative for a variety of welding applications and can complete even the most difficult welding operations.
With a 60% duty cycle, the welding equipment is perfect for continuous welding and offers a solid arc and reliable results.
The user's convenience was considered in the design of this equipment, its lightweight construction of only 12kg. It has a straightforward control panel that enables you to precisely regulate the welding current, making switching between various welding applications simple. Moreover, it has an over-heat prevention mechanism to keep the equipment safe even during extended welding sessions.
The BS-160 MIG welding equipment is created in a cutting-edge, highly-equipped welding plant using precise engineering and experienced craftsmanship. To guarantee that it meets the highest requirements of performance and dependability, every component of the machine on the assembly line is put through a series of rigorous quality control inspections.
The process of building starts with the selection of superior materials that are chosen for their strength and longevity. After meticulously welding and assembling the machine's structure, every connection and seam is checked for correctness and strength by BISON.
Metal inert gas (MIG) welding is an arc welding process that uses a continuous solid wire to heat and feed it from the welding gun into the welding pool. The welding torch provides shielding gas next to the electrode to help protect the welding pool from air pollutants.
It adopts advanced IGBT inverter technology, is light in weight and complies with EMC standards.
20-50KHz power inverter platform to ensure arc self-regulation performance.
The current waveform is controlled accurately, and the Co2 arc welding performance is excellent.
Accurate and unified adjustment, easy to operate.
Small and portable, high efficiency, low consumption and energy saving.
Strong compensation ability, anti-voltage fluctuation, stable welding current.
Manual short arc welding, suitable for on-site operation.
Lightweight, compact and portable.
Energy saving, low cost, suitable for various grid capacities.
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A: Both MIG and stick welding systems can produce high-quality welds, but the type of metal has a big impact on which machine will work better. For thinner metals, MIG welding is a better option for creating clean, strong joints. On thicker metal—over ⅜ inches—the Stick performs better.
A: MIG welding machines are one of the best types for beginners because they are designed with a wire electrode on a spool that is fed through the welding torch at a pre-selected speed. As a semi-automatic or automatic process, gas metal arc welding (GMAW or MIG) is the easiest to learn.
They are strong and durable as compared to other fasteners and can withstand high pressure and stress conditions;
They have low installation costs as compared to other fasteners;
They can be easily removed from their place if needed;
They have low maintenance costs as compared to other fasteners such as rivets and bolts;
The main advantage of using a welding machine is that it reduces human error when welding two pieces of metal together. It also gives you more control over how much heat is applied to each part of the weld and allows you to create cleaner looking joints than if you were using other methods like arc welding.