Portable Inverter Welding Machine Delivers Increased Power

EWM has introduced the Picotig 220 puls DC, a compact, lightweight inverter welding machine designed for use in workshops and at construction sites.

The integrated power factor correction feature helps ensure increased power output, while the machine’s high efficiency and standby function help to save power and cost, the manufacturer reports. Welding current is 220 amps with 40% duty cycle for TIG welding and 190 amps with 35% duty cycle for SMAW.

The unit’s mains cable is 3.5 m long, offering a large working radius with no need for an extension cable. The Comfort 3.0 mini control allows users to select all pulse and standard welding process, or they can set tack points using the spotArc and spotmatic functions.

Courtesy of EWM Group.

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