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ARC & TIG Welders

ARC & TIG Welders

Selection Chart

Product Process
  Stick AC TIG DC TIG High Freq Lift Arc Pulse Low OCV VRD Weldable Materials Welding Amp.
Range
Input Voltage Generator Power Required Typical Applications
Weldarc 140i Weldarc 140i Stick   Weldarc 140i DC Tig   Weldarc 140i  Lift Arc   Weldarc 140i Low OCV Weldarc 140i VRD Steel, Stainless Steel 140 A @ 25.6 V, 20% Duty Cycle

62 A @ 22.5 V, 100% Duty Cycle
 

240V

50/60 Hz

6 kVA Onsite Maintenance
Weldarc 180i Weldarc 180i Stick   Weldarc 180i DC TIG   Weldarc 180i Lift ARC   Weldarc 180i Low OCV Weldarc 180i VRD Steel, Stainless Steel

180 A @ 27.2 V, 18% Duty Cycle

76 A @ 23.2 V, 100% Duty Cycle

20-180 A

 

240V

50/60 Hz

10 kW Onsite Maintenance
Weldarc 200i AC/DC Weldarc 200i AC/DC Stick Welder Weldarc 200i AC/DC AC TIG Weldarc 200i AC/DC DC TIG Weldarc 200i AC/DC High Frequency Weldarc 200i AC/DC Lift Arc Weldarc 200i AC/DC Pulse Weldarc 200i AC/DC AC Low OCV Weldarc 200i AC/DC Pulse Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper, Aluminium Alloys and Titanium

200 A at 18 V, 15% Duty Cycle

77 A at 13.1 V, 100% Duty Cycle

240V

50/60 Hz

10 kW Onsite Maintenance, Aluminium Fabrication, Marine Fabrication, Repair
Maxstar 210DX Maxstar 210DX Stick   Maxstar 210DX DC TIG Maxstar 210DX High Frequency Maxstar 210DX Lift Arc Maxstar 210DX Pulse Maxstar 210DX Low OCV Maxstar 210DX VRD Steel,
Stainless Steel
Copper, Titanium

210 A at 28.4 V, 30% Duty Cycle


125 A at 25 V, 100% Duty Cycle

Autoline
210-480 V
50/60Hz

Single or Three Phase

7.4 kVA Sheet Metal,
Marine,
Site Welding,
Maintenance,
Stainless Steel
Dynasty 210DX Dynasty 210DX Stick Dynasty 210DX AC TIG Dynasty 210DX DC TIG Dynasty 210DX High Frequency Dynasty 210DX Lift Arc Dynasty 210DX Pulse Dynasty 210DX Low OCRV Dynasty 210DX Low OCRV Steel,
Aluminium, Stainless Steel
Copper, Titanium

210 A at 28.4 V, 30% Duty Cycle

125A at 25 V, 100% Duty Cycle

 

Autoline
210-480 V
50/60Hz
Single or Three Phase
8.4 kVA Sheet Metal,
Marine,
Site Welding,
Repair Maintenance,
Aluminium Fabrication,
Marine Fabrication
Dynasty 400 Dynasty 400 Stick Dynasty 400 AC TIG Dynasty 400 DC TIG Dynasty 400 High Frequency Dynasty 400 Lift Arc Dynasty 400 Pulse Dynasty 400 Low OCV Dynasty 400 VRD Steel,
Aluminium,
Stainless

400 A at 36 V, 20% Duty Cycle


300 A at 32 V, 60% Duty Cycle

Autoline
210-480 V
50/60Hz
Single or Three Phase
19.4 kVA Sheet Metal,
Marine,
Site Welding,
Repair Maintenance,
Aluminium Fabrication,
Marine Fabrication

Capability
Designed for this process
* Autoline

WIA offers a range of high quality Miller Arc welders and TIG welders.

The Miller Dynasty TIG welder range consists of the Dynasty 210DX, Maxstar 210DX and the Dynasty 400. Miller TIG welders provide advanced AC TIG technology for aluminium, increased productivity, improved weld quality, reduced energy costs and greater portability and space savings.

The Miller range of TIG welders are used by the best, including Triple Eight Race Engineering, the team behind the winning combination of Craig Lowndes and Jamie Whincup. Miller TIG welders are trusted for the fabrication of the roll cages and associated components in both Red Bull cars. The fact that the Triple Eight team trust the performance and precision of the Miller TIG welders to build one of the most critical components of the car when it comes to driver safety is certainly testament to their quality.

When it comes to TIG welding and Arc welding (also known known as stick welding), WIA has a wide range of welding machines and welding equipment that will assist with a range of different welding processes. The WIA range of TIG welders all feature inverter technology for greater portability for onsite applications. More information on our Inverter welders can be found here.

To assist in your decision on whether to use an Arc/TIG welder or a MIG welder, WIA has a handy equipment selection chart to assist you. Using the TIG and Arc welding process requires stick electrodes or tungsten electrodes instead of the welding wires that MIG welding requires. TIG/Arc welders don’t require a wire feeder and therefore make them a much more compact welding solution, and perfect for a wide range of applications. Included in the WIA range of Arc & TIG welders is the Weldarc 200i AC/DC machine which is capable of AC TIG and DC TIG welding which allows it to weld a wider range of steels including, stainless steel, copper, copper alloys, titanium and aluminium.

Not all welders are the same. While MIG welding machines use welding wires, TIG welding machines use tungsten electrodes and Arc welding machines use arc electrodes.

When welding, the application and materials to be welded should determine which is the most suitable welding machine.

All WIA and Miller Arc & TIG machines are capable of both Arc welding and TIG welding processes.
To give you a better understanding of each process and their capabilities, we have put together a comparison of the Arc & TIG processes and what are the most suitable metals that can be welded:


Stick Welding

  • Better suited for outdoors
  • Best choice for quick repairs
  • Easy to set-up as uses stick electrode instead of wire; often the beginner’s choice
  • More lenient when it comes to welding dirty or rusty metal
  • Effective on thick materials

Metals that can be welded:

Steel, stainless steel, mild steel and cast iron

Clean up

After stick welding it is important to use either hand tools or power tools to remove any spatter to give accomplish a neat and tidy finish.


TIG Welding

  • Provides precise, high-quality welds
  • Preferred for architectural or automotive welding work
  • Aesthetic-driven weld beads – achieves seamless look
  • Allows heat input adjustment with a foot control
  • Hardest welding process to learn

Metals that can be welded:

Steel, Stainless steel, aluminium alloys, chromoly, copper, brass and exotic metals such as titanium and magnesium


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