The PROTIG 201 AC/DC is a professional TIG welding solution for welding all metal types up to 4 mm thick (steel, stainless steel, aluminum, copper and titanium). It ensures a very high level of precision in many areas such as production, maintenance or pipe work.
Six AC/DC TIG Processes
- Welding current: 10 – 200 A (AC TIG), 10 – 160 A (DC TIG)
- STANDARD DC TIG: Ensures high-quality welding on all ferrous materials, such as steel, stainless steel as well as copper, its alloys and titanium, etc.
- PULSED DC TIG: Controls the melting temperature, limits deformation and allows sheet metal from 0.3 mm thick to be assembled effectively.
- SPOT DC TIG: Pre-assemble ferrous metals by spot welding them together
- EASY AC TIG: Makes using the welding machine even easier thanks to predefined user settings. The operator only has to select the tungsten electrode’s diameter on the machine’s control panel.
- STANDARD AC TIG: Designed for welding aluminum and its alloys (Al, AlSi, AlMg and AlMn, etc.). An alternating current effectively cleans the aluminum for perfect welds.
- SPOT AC TIG: Pre-assemble aluminum parts and accessories by spot welding them together.
Two Coated-Electrode Welding Modes
- Welding current: From 10 – 160 A (MMA)
- STANDARD MMA: Uses basic and rutile electrodes up to Ø 4 mm.
- PULSED MMA: Makes it easier to weld in a vertical-upright position (nozzles/pipelines).
Designed for User Comfort
- Two ignition types: HF (without contact) or ARC-LIFT (with contact) for electro-sensitive environments.
- Three trigger management modes:
– 2T: Maintains pressure on the trigger throughout the welding process.
– 4T: To start welding, press the trigger once and then press the trigger again to stop the welding process.
– 4T «LOG»: The operator can switch between two separate welding currents by quickly pressing the trigger
(hot and cold current).
- MMA welding aids:
– Anti-Stick: Reduces the risks of the electrode sticking to the workpiece if it comes into contact with it.
– Hot Start: Assists in igniting the arc and can be adjusted according to the type of metal being welded.
– Arc Force: This fully adjustable feature regulates the arc length deviations.
- VRD (voltage reduction device): the welding current is only delivered when the electrode is in contact
with the workpiece (not originally activated).
Robust Design for all Environments
- Equipped with a reinforced chassis and anti-shock protections
- Compact and lightweight design
- Current/Voltage displayed after welding (DMOS/QMOS)
- Stores up to 50 welding programs per process
- Remote control connections