Tig welder hot offers in Ireland

Parweld XTM 160i MIG Welder
https://www.migwelders.ie/welding-equipment/mig-welding-machines/parweld-xtm-160i-mig-welder.html
Features

Compact & Portable – The XTM 160i has a weight of just 12KG.
Digital Display – The XTM 160i boasts a digital display which allows all welding parameters to be displayed, welding voltage is displayed constantly & the 2nd display can be toggled between the wire speed and welding amperage.
Excellent Arc Characteristics – The XTM 160i offers a smooth DC output to make welding a treat
3 Year Return To Base Warranty – “No Quibbles” warranty policy. Should something go wrong, Parweld will collect the machine, repair it & return it free of charge.

Technical Specifications

Input Supply – 240V
Amperage Range – 30A – 160A
Wire Feed Speed Range – 2M – 15M / Min
Voltage Range – 13.5V – 22V
Duty Cycle – 40% @ 160A
Wire Feed Roller – 2 Roll
Wire Reel Capacity – 5KG (200MM)
Weight – 12KG
Dimensions – 465MM X 214MM X 356MM
Enclosure Protection – IP23S

Jasic PRO 160 Compact MIG Welder
https://www.migwelders.ie/welding-equipment/mig-welding-machines/jasic-mig-160-multi-process-inverter.html
Key Features

Includes MIG Torch, Work Return Lead, Earth Clamp & Regulator
Single PCB compact welding inverter
IGBT MIG/MMA Multi Process
Inverter technology – for the professional user
Stable arc and reliable performance
Suitable for 0.6MM – 1MM wire
Compact size, lightweight and modern design
Burn back control
Ideal for production, site work & maintenance
Reverse polarity

Technical Specifications

Input Voltage – 230V 1 Phase
Input Current – 16A
Amperage Range – 10A – 160A
No Load Voltage – 53V
Duty Cycle – 160A @ 35%
Max Wire Spool Size – 5KG
Efficiency – 85%
Protection/Insulation Class – IP21S/F
Dimensions – 485MM X 185MM X 370MM
Weight of Machine – 12.5KG

Mig Welder Ireland

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Oxford Welder provider Ireland : MIG Welders are extremely popular because they tend to cost less than TIG or Stick welders with comparable power and features, are extremely easy to learn, and can tackle a wide variety of projects. Since the filler metal is fed through the MIG welding torch, welders can use both hands to hold the torch steady rather than using one hand to add filler metal, as in TIG welding. The wire feeder also makes MIG welding up to four times faster.

The MIG welding process uses an inert gas to shield the weld and to keep it free from impurities. This makes MIG welding very neat and easy to clean up since there isn’t anything to chip away, which is typical for Stick welding.

Some tips on choosing the best welding equipment and also some industry news:

Weight of machine Do you require a machine that needs to be moved around and transported to jobs, or will it remain within a workshop?

Take into account the duty cycle of the machine!! You may need 160amps and a machine may state that it does this, but it could only be at 15% duty cycle, which means it could only weld at 160amps for 1.5mins out of every 10mins? Unless you are only do very short welds its best to work on a 35% duty cycle when choosing your machine.

Where the machine is manufactured and are replacement parts available in your country? Time and time again we have customers who cannot get spares for their machine when it breaks down. MigWelder.Ie has all the spare parts for all the machines on the shop.

Purchasing a welder is an important long term decision that can add extra income to your bottom line, save on repair costs, and make it possible to complete a wide array of hobbies. The options can be overwhelming, and that is why we’ve put together this welder buying guide. You’ll find important details to consider, a comparison of welder types, and information about the top selling brands from Baker’s Gas and Welding.

One of the most important questions to consider when selecting a welder isn’t what projects it will be used for in the next week, month, or even year. Those interested in buying a welder need to ask if they see themselves using it more frequently in the future for many different kinds of projects.

TWS Direct Ltd. Unit 1 M54 Space Centre.
Halesfield 8. Telford. Shropshire. TF7 4QN
Phone :
+44 (0) 1952 582 260
Website: https://www.migwelders.ie/
Email :sales@weldingsuppliesdirect.co.uk; MIGWELDERS.IE are a welding equipment and welding consumables supplier based in Shropshire, UK. We strive to provide the best MIG welders, TIG welders and welding consumables in Ireland. We are the home of Oxford welders in Ireland, with plenty of machines carried in stock for fast delivery!