MIG/MAG welding system MM 230
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MIG/MAG welding system MM 230

Welding system with 2-roller wire feed unit for welding aluminium, steel and stainless steel welding wire.

  • Nominal voltage: 400 V/AC
  • Weldable wires: Aluminium, diameter 1.0 - 1.2 mm, Steel, diameter 0.6-1.0 mm
  • Min./max. current: 30-230 A
  • ON time at max. current (40°C): 20 %
  • Max. current: 230 A
  • Wire feed roll for steel: 0.8 mm
  • Cable length: 3 m
  • Equipped wire diameter: 1 mm
  • Weldable material thickness: Aluminium 2 - 6 mm, Steel/stainless steel 0.8-8 mm
  • Weight of machine: 66 kg

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Art.-no. Nominal voltage Weldable wires Min./max. current ON time at max. current (40°C) Quantity PU
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07023520
400 V/AC Aluminium, diameter 1.0 - 1.2 mm, Steel, diameter 0.6-1.0 mm 30-230 A 20 %
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Flexible adjustment of welding current


Adjustable 7-level switching mechanism



Overload protection


Thermo control prevents overheating of machine.



Can be used for long periods


Fan cooling enables longer use



Always the correct current rating


Automatic control of welding current, post-purge gas flow and spot welding time



Automatic selection of wire feed


Wire feed automatically adjusts to the selected settings.



Convenient welding


Can be switched between 2/4-cycle spot welding

Notice

Guideline value for flow rate in l/min: Wire Ø x 10 = l/min



Hose pack must be converted from PTFE cores to process aluminium and stainless steel welding wires


  • Aluminium torch set 098430005

  • Stainless steel torch set 098430006

  • Stainless steel torch set 098430007

2 Years WÜRTH MASTERPLUS Warranty for wear damage


The current WÜRTH MASTERPLUS warranty conditions must be observed.

3 Years Warranty on manufacturing and material defects


Excluded are damages caused by improper use, overloading or failure to observe the operating instructions.