Welding Machine MIG MMA – 250

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A Welding Machine MIG/MMA-250 is a versatile welding equipment that combines two welding processes: MIG (Metal Inert Gas) and MMA (Manual Metal Arc or Shielded Metal Arc) welding.

  1. MIG Welding (Metal Inert Gas): This process involves feeding a consumable wire electrode through a welding gun, which is connected to a welding power source. Simultaneously, an inert gas, typically argon or a mixture of gases, is released through the gun to protect the weld area from atmospheric contamination. MIG welding is known for its efficiency and ability to produce high-quality welds with minimal spatter.
  2. MMA Welding (Manual Metal Arc or Shielded Metal Arc): This is a manual welding process that uses a coated electrode. The electrode is manually fed into the weld pool, and as it melts, the coating forms a protective gas shield (shielding the weld pool from the surrounding air) and provides a layer of slag to protect the cooled weld. MMA welding is versatile and can be used in various positions, making it suitable for different welding applications.

The “250” in MIG/MMA-250 refers to the welding machine’s maximum output capacity, often measured in amperes. A MIG/MMA-250 welding machine is capable of handling welding tasks that require up to 250 amperes of current, making it suitable for a range of projects, including medium to heavy-duty welding applications. It offers the flexibility to choose between MIG and MMA welding processes based on the specific requirements of the welding task at hand.

Rated Input Voltage(V): 1HP,230V,+ -15%
Frenquency(HZ):50/60 Hz Rated Input
Power(KVA): 8.4 KVA No-load Voltage:
65V Rated Output Voltage: 26.5A
Output Current Range: 20A-250A Duty
Cycle (%): 60% Efficiency: 85%
Electrode Diameter (mm): 1.6-4 WELDING
WIRE DIAMETER(mm):0.6-1.0 Insulation
class:F Protection class:IP21S
Material : 100% Copper Body: STEEL
Accessoriess :1 pc Mask /1 pc MMA cable
/1 pc Ground cable /1pc Mig cable /1pcs
Brush
NET WEIGHT :32KG

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Welding Machine Uses

  1. Metal Fabrication: MIG/MMA-250 welding machines are widely used in metal fabrication shops for joining and fabricating metal components. This includes the production of structural steel, frames, brackets, and other metal structures.
  2. Automotive Repair and Customization: These welding machines are commonly employed in automotive repair workshops for tasks such as repairing exhaust systems, welding body panels, and customizing vehicles. MIG welding is often preferred for its speed and clean welds in automotive applications.
  3. Construction and Infrastructure Projects: MIG/MMA-250 welders are utilized in the construction industry for welding structural steel, building frameworks, and joining metal components in infrastructure projects.
  4. Maintenance and Repair Work: The versatility of the MIG/MMA-250 allows it to be used for maintenance and repair tasks across various industries. It can handle tasks such as repairing equipment, fixing broken metal parts, and performing on-site welding repairs.
  5. DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Projects: These welding machines are popular among DIY enthusiasts and hobbyists for various projects, including creating metal art, building furniture, or making modifications to household items.
  6. Shipbuilding and Marine Repairs: MIG/MMA-250 welding machines are employed in the shipbuilding industry for constructing and repairing metal structures on ships and other marine vessels.
  7. Agricultural Equipment Repair: Farmers and agricultural professionals use these welding machines for repairing and maintaining farm equipment, including tractors, plows, and other metal implements.
  8. Pipe Welding: MIG/MMA-250 can be used for welding pipes in industries such as oil and gas, water treatment, and plumbing. The versatility of MMA welding is particularly useful for welding pipes in various positions.
  9. Welding Training and Education: MIG/MMA-250 welding machines are often used in welding schools and training centers to teach students both MIG and MMA welding processes, as these are fundamental and widely applicable welding techniques.
SKU: AHS87147 Category:

Safety Precautions

  1. Protective Clothing and Equipment:
    • Wear appropriate protective clothing, including flame-resistant clothing, welding gloves, a welding helmet with a proper filter shade, and closed-toe leather shoes.
    • Use a welding apron and sleeves to protect your body from sparks, spatter, and radiation.
  2. Eye and Face Protection:
    • Always wear a welding helmet with a proper filter shade to protect your eyes and face from arc radiation.
    • Use safety glasses with side shields under the welding helmet for additional eye protection.
  3. Ventilation:
    • Work in a well-ventilated area to minimize exposure to welding fumes and gases.
    • If working indoors, use local exhaust ventilation or wear a suitable respirator to protect against fumes.
  4. Electrical Safety:
    • Ensure the welding machine is properly grounded according to manufacturer guidelines.
    • Inspect welding cables and connections for damage before use.
    • Avoid touching the electrode or metal parts of the electrode holder with your bare hands while welding.
  5. Fire Safety:
    • Keep a fire extinguisher nearby and know how to use it.
    • Clear the work area of flammable materials and have a designated area for storing and disposing of hot welding materials.
  6. Work Area Safety:
    • Keep the work area clean and organized to prevent tripping hazards.
    • Secure the workpiece in a stable position to prevent movement during welding.
  7. Training and Experience:
    • Only trained and experienced individuals should operate welding equipment.
    • Understand the specific safety guidelines provided in the user manual for the MIG/MMA-250 welding machine.
  8. Emergency Preparedness:
    • Know the location of emergency exits and first aid facilities.
    • Be familiar with emergency procedures, including how to shut off the welding machine quickly.
  9. Protective Screens:
    • Use welding screens or barriers to protect nearby individuals from arc flash and UV radiation.
  10. Prevent Electric Shock:
    • Do not touch the electrode, workpiece, or any conductive parts of the welding machine with bare skin or wet clothing.
    • Avoid working in wet conditions, and keep the welding machine dry.
  11. Follow Manufacturer Guidelines:
    • Adhere to the manufacturer’s instructions and guidelines provided in the user manual for the MIG/MMA-250 welding machine.

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  1. Andrew Johnson

    Perfect addition to my toolkit

    Andrew Johnson

  2. Brina

    Couldn’t be happier with my purchase.

    Brina