MIG140 140-Amp Flux Core MIG Welder
Backed by the famous PrimeWeld 3-year warranty, the new PrimeWeld MIG140 features a 140 amp MIG welder that can weld at industrial quality and performance at a very affordable price. The most versatile and perfect welder for do-it-yourself home users as well as professional users. The MIG140 is also a spool gun capable of welding aluminum. It can be easily connected to your existing 110V wall outlet and quickly set up within 10 minutes or less. It handles industrial standard 4” or 8” wire spools and incorporates a thermal overload protection system to protect your welder.
MIG140 MIG Welder Features:
7 days per week support in the USA
Rated Output: 140-amp MIG Welder; Mild/Stainless Steel: 24 Gauge - 3/16"; Input
Voltage:110/120V; It Can Be Easily Connected to Your Existing 110/120V Wall Outlet
Multi-Use: Welding Stainless steel, Mild Steel, Aluminum (with a spool gun, not included in the package, need to purchase separately) and Other Metal Materials
Wire Range: .025"-.030" (0.6-0.8mm) Solid Steel; .030"-.035" (0.8-0.9mm) Flux Cored.
Includes: Buy with confidence as we offer 100% satisfaction or money-back guarantee and 3-year warranty; MIG torch, ground clamp cable, gas hose, argon regulator, welding mask, and wire.
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Have you spent most of your time shopping around for a MIG welder? MIG stands for metal inert gas, and it is a partial-automatic or fully automatic arc welding type in which a shielding gas and consumable wire electrode are fed through a MIG welding gun. These 110V MIG welding machines have specially adapted MIG 140 spool guns for welding that feed electrode onto the torch directly. There are some important things to consider before buying 140A MIG welder and a matching spool gun.
Lower voltage level welder
When you enter into the sea of welding machines, you will find a range of welding equipment that matches your welding needs. 110V welding sets are the smallest of the small and the input voltage is 110V/120V and it depends on the country you are living in. but on the whole, these welding machines have the very least amount of power source available for MIG welding.
High voltage level welder
These welding machines work at a voltage ranging in between 220V and 240V. This machine will give you the needed power that you can easily get from a single-phase MIG welder.
The duty cycle fluctuates from machine to machine. When buying a welding machine, you should choose a machine with a high duty cycle as it will give you better and longer welds. Machines with less duty cycle work quite slowly when compared to high duty cycle machines.
140A MIG welders feed a constant stream of wire with just a trigger pull, but still, you have to carefully choose your supplies like 220 to 110 adapter, 140 amp flux core welder, flux core 140, etc. Once you are mindful of what kind of welding machine you need to use for your welding purpose, the very next step is to match up your welding machine with an appropriate MIG spool gun.
You will also find various torches and hookups based on your machine. And mainly, you should match up your MIG welding gun with the duty cycle of your MIG welder, so that you will never get stuck under any unexpected situations. Ranging in voltage from 110V, 20A machine to 240V machine, MIG 140A welders are one of the best that combines top-notch performance along with an affordable price tag. Grab a great deal from PrimeWeld today and have excellent welds!