The MIG155GSV is an affordable welding machine in the Weld Pro lineup.
If you’re looking for some light garage projects or DIY applications, this welding machine can be a fine choice.
Features WELDPRO MIG155GSV ARC Welder
This welding machine can be run using a one-phase power socket in your home. Same to the other Weld Pro models that you can buy, this WELDPRO MIG155GSV ARC Welder can run 110/220V.
This welder is less powerful in terms of amperage compared to its successor MIG 200 GDSV and can output a max of 155Amp.
You can weld stainless steel and carbon using both sticks ARC and MIG welding settings. Welders are clean, and the fusion of the filter metal and metal is precise with deep pools of welding materials.
There are no ready TIG settings in this welding device. Though, TIG welding can be performed using supplementary equipment. Though, it’ll mean additional cost!
Wire-speed, as well as voltage settings for MIG welding, can be adjusted using these 2 controls. Shelf-shield flux core welding can be also be performed by altering the current flow. Four touches and two touches MIG welding options are present in this device.
The welder can continuously weld for three minutes and will need a resting time of seven minutes since the duty cycle at 220V is 30 percent for this machine.
This is a fine enough percentage for its use in any garage or DIY projects and can weld materials up to 3/16” thick.
Standard supplies consist of a welding machine, safety equipment such as a welding helmet, mask, gloves, and other accessories like clamps, hammers, adjustable wrenches, and MIG pliers. Additional gear includes cutting equipment such as handheld grinders, chop saws, and cutting torches. Rickys Welding Tools NYC 11 East 76th Street, New York, NY 10021, United States +1 (347) 342-1592