Ever since MIG welding was invented, it has become one of the most prioritized welding methods for various applications. As MIG welding is faster than any alternative option and also a lot less messy, it is the first choice for many welders for multiple small applications.
This also makes it an ideal welding method if you are a hobbyist and work in various welding projects in your garage, Although, there are a few more aspects that affect the compatibility of the MIG welding gun that are as follows:
Power capacity: As a MIG welding gun is an electrically powered device, it has a certain power capacity that varies with each product. This power capacity is mentioned in the “amp” unit. With a high amp rating, you will be definitely getting a high powered MIG welding gun.
Control: If you are a frequent welder, then you must know that welding can be a very hazardous job and requires a very careful operation. Therefore, the overall aesthetic and control of the MIG welding gun plays an important role in the safety of the operator.
Wire length: While buying a MIG welding gun, you must make sure that it comes with sufficient wire length as extending the power cord afterwards is a very tedious task. Also, a shorter cable will make you move the whole setup to reach a particular point.
MIG/MAG welding torches from INWELT offer the advanced technology and quality that let you concentrate on the job in hand, whatever it might be, rather than the equipment. All welding torches are engineered down to the last detail to guarantee precise results and ease of use.
Design also plays a key role. The ergonomically perfected handle means the torch sits comfortably and firmly in the hand, making it easy to use. All INWELT MIG/MAG welding torches are optimally matched to the entire welding system. Whether air or water-cooled, for manual, automated or robotic applications.
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Your tools need to not just feel good, they have to last in a brutal industrial environment.
We build our welding guns to last. That includes durably built welding components from the handles to precision parts such as consumables.
Careful designs on the smallest details like reinforced ribbing on the handle keeps every part of you welding gun in top shape for the tough jobs you demand they do every day - sometimes for mulitple shifts.
Maintenance and upkeep are part of manufacturing.
The easier to maintain, the less downtime.
Our welding guns are made to be easily disassembled, serviced, and re-assembled with minimal tools or complicated processes.
Innovate features like single piece diffuser/tip holders for our air-cooled welding guns reduce parts inventory and lowers maintenance needs.
Changing out more intricate parts like a torch cable swap or handle replacements are also easily doable with simple tools like torx bits and crescent wrenches.
For water-cooled welding guns, we also offer an in-house repair program where we refurbish your welding gun with experienced in-house technicians and send back to you in like-new condition.