MIG/MAG, TIG, MMA: Welding à la carte
PICOMIG 180 - small, handy, powerful and with a wealth of techniques! / Well equipped right from the start
A real all-round talent that retains its maximum output of 180 amperes on site, even with high mains tolerances (-40% to +15%) and still supplies a 30 percent duty cycle even at ambient temperatures of 40 degrees Celsius. In this way, the single phase machine (230 V) offers unrestricted operation with generators and long mains leads.
EWM offers the power source in a complete set: with an MT200G MIG/MAG torch, two 2 kg wire spools (D200) with solid and cored wire, gas hose as well as pressure reducer.
To speed up and simplify the welder's work, the PICOMIG 180 is already equipped with 30 programs (JOBs) for the most common MIG/MAG joining tasks. The self-explanatory operating panel - with synergic operation, large rotary dial and digital display - makes reproducible location and setting of joining parameters especially easy. This also enables less-skilled personnel to start welding directly after switching on. Further valuable functions and the particularly good ignition and welding properties support joining in all three disciplines: Dynamics, creep starting, burn-back, non-latched and latched, spots, interval with MIG/MAG welding, variable hotstart current and time setting, arcforcing with MMA welding, start and end-crater current with TIG welding. Welding with self-shielding cored wires is perfected by means of respective characteristics, polarity display and pole reversal via an external welding current plug completely without tools or adjustments to the machine. The 4-roller drive with large 37 mm feed rollers guarantees safe wire feeding. Tool-free roller changing allows for fast changeover between solid and cored wire, without the need for tools. The torch is connected centrally - a further speciality in this machine range allowing the core of the tube packet to be changed over easily.
In this way, the PICOMIG 180 inverter power source is optimally equipped for numerous areas of application: whether for trade use, industrial metal construction, agriculture, structural/civil engineering; local community work, in the workshop, on the construction site or for mobile assembly work.