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Century AC-120 Stick Welder, 50-90 amp Output, 120V Input


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Specifications for this item
Brand Name Century
EAN 0015082903361
Installation Method arc-welding
Number of Items 1
Part Number K2964-1
UNSPSC Code 23271400
UPC 015082903361

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Product Features

  • Stick welder with 50 to 90 amp output supports mild steel stick electrode diameters from 1/16" to 5/64"
  • Smooth arc provides strong welds on up to 14 gauge steel
  • 20% duty cycle at 55 amps allows welder to run 2 minutes out of each 10-minute period without overheating
  • Built-in thermal overload protection provides extended life
  • Comes with a work cable with electrode holder and an input cable with attached three-prong plug


Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 27 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B007BMRJAE
  • Item model number: K2964-1
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #51,222 in Industrial & Scientific (See Top 100 in Industrial & Scientific)
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Century AC-120 Stick Welder, 50-90 amp Output, 120V Input + US Forge 6013 1/16" Eazy Strike Rod (01302) + Neiko 53847A Industrial Grade Welding Helmet with Flip Lens
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Product Description

The Century AC-120 Stick Welder has a 50 to 90 amp output that supports mild steel stick electrode diameters from 1/16" to 5/64". The smooth arc provides strong welds on up to 14 gauge steel. It has a 20% duty cycle at 55 amps that allows it to run 2 minutes out of each 10-minute period without overheating. Built-in thermal overload protection provides extended life. The welder comes with a work cable with electrode holder and an input cable with attached three-prong plug.

Specifications
Welding output50-90 amp
Duty cycle20% at 55 amp
Input power120V, 60 Hz, 1 phase
Dimensions11" H x 7" W x 11" D
Weight24.5 lb.

*H is height, the vertical distance from the lowest to highest point; W is width, the horizontal distance from left to right; D is depth, the horizontal distance from front to back.


Welders join two or more pieces of metal to form one solid piece by simultaneously applying heat to soften them and applying pressure to connect them. Stick welders, also known as arc welders, use an electrified arc that flows between a welding stick and the metal to join the pieces. Wire-fed welders use an electrified wire spool that is fed at a constant speed between the pieces of metal to join them.

Lincoln Electric manufactures welders and welding supplies, including the Century brand. The company, founded in 1895, is headquartered in Cleveland, OH.

What's in the Box?

  • (1) Century AC-120 Stick Welder
  • (1) work cable and electrode holder assembly
  • (1) input cable with attached plug

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Michael on December 14, 2014
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My 3 start rating may change later once I get the hang of working with this welder. I plan on doing small jobs around the house and will give it another rate at a later date. Unit arrived early and in goiod shape. The sticks it came with does splatter a lot as mentioned in prevous ratings. I never held a welder so I do not know the difference but I will say this welder is very easy to use. I am watching a lot of videos for tips on youtube. So far I did weld two pieces together after going through 6 or so sticks. Stay tuned...
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By r3t1awr3yd on February 11, 2015
So between ChuckE2009 and weldingTipsAndTricks on youtube, I've managed to finagle my way into the world of welding. I received this welder for Christmas thinking it would be exactly what I'm looking for but after more research there are a couple things about this welder to note:

1) Cables (ground, electrode clamp) are not removable/replaceable/extendable. This doesn't seem like a big deal to me now as I've only tackled two small projects and practiced a ton but I can see how this might be an issue in the near future if I plan some bigger projects.

2) No amperage indicator or adjustment. This is already a big deal. Without having adjustable amperage, it's hard to determine if the box is running too hot or too cold. The experienced welder can probably tell by looking at the welds but to a beginner, it's impossible to know without being able to change the amperage to experiment and find out.

Those things being said, there are plenty of positives about it:

1) It's small and lightweight which means moving it to where I'd like to weld instead of moving work pieces to the welder.

2) It's easy to use since there are no adjustments but learning comes the hard way (no, it won't start 1/8th inch rods; I just had to try).

3) Sticking to the recommended rod sizes (1/16, 5/64) should really work well but since I couldn't find any locally... I've been running 3/32 6013 rods with no issue. (I did order some from Amazon recently so I'll test them)

4) Cheap.

If I could go back in time and spend another $100, I'd get something like the Longevity Stick Weld 140 or Everlast PowerARC 140. I'm not studying for tests or certifications. I just wanted to pick up a new skill.

I gave this welder 4 stars for the two cons that I listed above. I can't wait to buy my second welder!

(included a picture of my first few passes)
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1 of 5 people found the following review helpful By christopher greco on September 9, 2014
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Great welder for the price
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