- Welding Contractors
- Rural Workshops
- Motor Sports Fabrication
- Mine Maintenance
- Food and Wine
At only 4.8kg, the Weldarc 140i can go wherever the job takes you, making it ideal for onsite maintenance.
Built-in 'hot start' feature in manual arc mode for even better arc starting.
The Weldarc 140i is tolerant to unconditioned power from generators.
Comes with a 10 Amp plug to suit common power supply outlets, making on-site maintenance easy and convenient.
The power source features a built-in thermal protection device that will activate if the machine is operated beyond its safe thermal operating zone.
Built in Arc Force, constantly monitors arc Voltage and will boost output if low arc Voltage occurs.
The combined feature of 'Arc Force', 'Hot Start' and high open circuit voltage capability allows the use of Cellulose electrodes.
Easy to use lift arc starting for TIG welding. Eliminates scratch starting and tungsten electrode damage.
With a 2 year unlimited warranty, covering parts and labour, and supported by an Australia wide service network, you can be guaranteed you’re buying reliability and performance. *Power source only.
Generators used to power this equipment must have a minimum capacity of 6kW to 10kW continuous.
Due to variation between generators by different manufacturers, it is impossible for WIA to validate operation from all generators. Therefore, WIA recommend that operation of equipment on the generator is confirmed before purchasing either welder or the generator.
|Primary Voltage||Rated Primary Current||Max. Primary Current||Recommended Generator kVa||Supply Plug||Rated Output @ 40C (10min)||Welding Current Range||Electrode Size Range (mm)||Shipping Weight||Machine Weight|
|240 Vac - 50/60 Hz||10 Amps||22 Amps||6 kVA||10 Amps||140 Amps @ 25.6 Volts 20%|
62 Amps @ 22.5 Volts 100%
|20 - 140 Amps||2.5 - 3.2||7kg||4.8kg|