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Cigweld Transmig 175i multi-process inverters

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Cigweld presents the Transmig 175i multi-process inverters capable of performing GMAW/FCAW (MIG), MMAW (Stick) and GTAW (Lift TIG) welding processes.  

First introduced in August 2010, Cigweld Transmig 175i multi-process inverters incorporate comprehensive functional and safety features suitable for the serious tradesperson seeking a total welding package and value for money.  

Part of the premium Cigweld Professional line, Cigweld Transmig 175i multi-process inverters are a range of self contained single phase welding power sources with features that will satisfy the broad operating needs of the modern welding professional.  

Equipped with an integrated wire feed unit, Voltage Reduction Device (VRD) when in Stick mode, and digital voltage and amperage meters, the 175i provides excellent welding performance across a broad range of applications.  

The ergonomic, well-balanced design of the TWECO MIG gun ensures that even light gauge aluminium jobs are made easy with the 175i while the TIG torch can be plugged in for stainless or mild steel applications.

Cigweld Transmig 175i multi-process inverters are supplied as a kit that includes a COMET Argon regulator, feed rolls, contact tips, TWECO MIG welding gun and arc welding lead sets.  

Key features of Cigweld Transmig 175i multi-process inverters: 

  • Full multi process capabilities: GMAW/FCAW (MIG), MMAW (Stick), GTAW (TIG)
  • Integrated wire feed unit
  • Standards compliant Voltage Reduction Device (VRD)
  • Fully compliant to AS 60974.1
  • Lightweight (14.6kg) and compact power source (410mmH x 210mmW x 450mmD)
  • Digital voltage and amperage meters
  • Enclosure rated to IP23S
  • 3-year limited warranty

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05/03/2014 - The recommended Retail Price is currently : $1441.50 plus GST
30/10/2012 - The Transmig 175i can only do DC TIG welding- to TIG weld aluminium you need AC frequency which the WeldSkill 200 ACDC has for example. Or you could use the MIG function, with the appropriate consumables.

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