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Simadre 5200dx 110v/220v 50a Plasma Cutter 200a Tig Arc Mma Welder

by Simadre

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  • This machine can cut the same thinkcness under 110V or 220V - great enhancement
  • Brand new panel design for better controlling and operation
  • Fre-flow time: to adjust the time for air/gas blow out of torch before welding
  • Current: for welding/cutting current
  • Down slope: would help to weld stainless steel
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Technical Details
Part Number SIMA-5200DX
Item Weight30 pounds
Product Dimensions21 x 12 x 14 inches
Item model numberSIMA-5200DX
Sizefull size
ColorBlue
Item Package Quantity1
  
Additional Information
ASINB00EZ8QO5I
Best Sellers Rank #951,600 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight50 pounds
Date First AvailableSeptember 4, 2013
  
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Post gas/air time: to adjust the time for air/gas blow out of torch after welding 1. Compact and portable 2. Strong and very reliable ready for Industrial/Commercial and nay other application 3. Stable current and does not change with the length of the arc 4. Current can be adjusted easily 5. Flexible TIG torch come with long and short back cap for welding in tight places 6. 60% Duty cycle for TIG and ARC (MMA) welding 7. Plasma Cutter - arc is compressed by the rapid-circulating air and its temperature reaches 10,000 - 15,000 C in the state of ionization, turning into a strong plasma arc 8. 60% Duty cycle for plasma cutting (cutting thickness 1-16mm) 9. This machine cuts 12mm plate very quickly and very neatly with little need for preparation before welding 10. It is a 50amp Plasma Cutter! 11. Suitable for all kinds of basic and acid electrodes 12. Powerful machine can push 4mm I.H electrode. 13. The exchange cycle of the assembled machinery can be as high as 85% 14. Connect to your own argon regulator (not provided) or your compressor (not provided) 15. Lead lengths: Earth and MMA (ARC) 4m, TIG and Plasma Torch 5m and have rubber heat resistant sleeves 16. Fan cooled, automatic voltage and thermostatic protection 17. Advance MOS/IGBT inverter technology, save energy Input voltage - AC 110/220±15% 50/60Hz Input Power Capacitance - 7.1 kva No-load loss(W) - 40 Duty cycle (%) - 60 Power factor - 0.93 Efficiency (%) - 85 Insulation class - B Protection class - IP21 Input current(A) TIG - 21 MMA - 32 CUT - 28.6 Rated output current TIG - 200A MMA - 200A CUT - 50A Current range TIG - 15-200 MMA - 15-200 CUT - 20-50 No -load voltage(V) TIG - 62 MMA - 62 CUT - 250 Cut thickness(mm)- 1-16 Arc-leading TIG - HF vibrate MMA - Touch CUT - HF vibrate You shall provide 60~70 psi air supply, 110v or 220v power plug for plasma cutting and argon tank for tig welding.

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Nick on May 7, 2014
Though I have not yet played with the TIG function, the plasma cutting and arc welding functions are excellent! Cuts through 1/4" or 3/8" steel like butter, very smooth. More amazingly, though slowly and with a bit of a sweep to the cut pattern, it will punch through 3/4"+ mild steel. The ARC does seem to be a true 200A, easily able to push 6011 or 7014 rod as fast as the old 150 pound buzz boxes. If the TIG mode works as well as the others, I'd say this machine's value is absolutely amazing!

Do be aware that the plasma cutting function, as with any plasma cutter, demands a great deal of air. If you don't have a fairly substantial compressor, you may be disappointed in the cutting capabilities, but the problem will be your air supply, not the machine.

I cannot say how well it works on 110V, as I run mine on 220V.
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