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BrandLincoln Electric
Manufacturer Part NumberK18731
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Best Sellers Rank #2,807,456 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight59 pounds
Date First AvailableJanuary 4, 2007
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Ready to Weld! Comes with Magnum 100L mig gun, adjustable gas regulator, hose kit, ground clamp and cable, and mild steel mig wire. Everything you need to weld! Just add a cylinder and shielding gas. This lightweight, compact 120V wire feeder/welder breezes through MIG welds on a wide range of materials including mild steel, stainless steel, and aluminum. It also handles flux-cored welds on mild steel with ease. Comes ready to weld with or without shielding gas, no additional kit required. Large easy to set knobs provide 4-position adjustable tap voltage control and continuous full-range control of wire feed speed. Welder settings reference chart conveniently located inside wire feed section door makes it easy to set the machine for mild steel welding jobs. Gun Trigger Safety feature keeps welding wire electrically "cold" until trigger is pressed. Adjustable break spindle accommodates both 8" diameter and 4" diameter spools of wire. Built-in "burnback" function virtually eliminates sticking in the weld puddle. Comes complete with comfortable 10 ft Magnum 100L Mig welding gun, built in gas valve, regulator and gas hose, power cord with NEMA 5-15P plug for connection to standard 120 volt receptacles, 10 ft work cable with clamp, guide tubes and reversible drive roll, 2 lb spool of .025 SuperArc L-56 wire, six spare.023/.025" contact tips, and welding handshield with #10 filter plate and clear glass cover plate. Processes: MIG (GMAW) and Flux cored (FCAW) Power: CV, DC, 1 phase, 60 Hz Material Thickness: Welds 24 gauge up to 3/16: with MIG and up to 5/16" with self shielded flux-cored wire. Applications: Maintenance, Construction, Auto Body, Farm/Ranch, Rental, Home. Rated Output at 20% Duty Cycle: 90 A at 19 VDC Current Range: 25-135 Amps Max. Open Circuit Voltage: 29V Wire Feed Speed: 50-300 IPM (inches per minute) Dimensions: H - 12in x W - 9.75in x D - 16.5in Net Weight: 47 lb

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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Stephen Davis VINE VOICE on December 9, 2007
As a point of disclosure I did not purchase my welder from Amazon nor this particular seller (Wesco).

At the time of my purchase the Lincoln SP135T-PLUS was the most powerful 110v welder on the market. I would guess that I bought mine in 2004-ish. The unit came complete with the welding unit, gun, spool of wire, ground line and clamp, gas regulator and a cart (I did not sede a cart with this particular unit. Mine was a PLUS hence the cart). The only thing you would need is a bottle of inert gas to get rolling... or some flux core wire.

I had a spool of flux-core wire so the use of inert gas was not needed. I changed the polarity of the machine, installed the spool, added the gun and clamp and was ready to weld.

The unit has a large flap on the side which gives access to the spool and polarity settings. On the flap is a nice guide on voltage settings as well as wire feed speeds for differing types and thicknesses of steel. The chart is very straight forward and east to use.

My first little welding project with this unit was a new driveway gate. This little unit really did shine! There were only a few times where I hit the duty cycle and had to wait a minute for the machine to catch-up.

This is an extremely versatile welder in a relatively light-weight package. This is great for around the house use or maybe doing small construction projects (e.g. the company that built out fence at our new house used a machine like this for all of their work).

One item of note: if you plug this unit into a plug that has a pretty heavy load on the circuit you may be likely to trip the breaker several times. I had this issue in our new house. To solve it I added in a dedicated plug under my electrical panel with a dedicated 20A circuit. This was I get all the power I need without tripping the breaker. Before doing anything like this - please check your local codes and/or consult with a licensed electrician.
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