• arc
  • automation
  • resitance_welding
  • plasma_welding
  • laser

ARC WELDING: POWER SOURCES

MIG/MAG Power Sources

Metal Inert Gas (MIG) welding and Metal Active Gas (MAG) welding are the two most commonly employed industrial welding processes

today.

 

Preferred for their versatility, speed and relative ease of adaptation to robotic automation, these two processes pose an extensive range of

applicative use in industrial environments, mainly in sheet metal industry and exclusively in the automobile industry.

 

MAG welding is suited for unalloyed, low-alloy and high-alloy base materials. MIG is used on copper and aluminium materials.

 

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    TransSteel 3500/5000

    Robust and reliable

    Very easy to operate

    Perfect steel welding

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    VarioStart 1500

    Robust design

    Stepped up to 150 A

    For joining light-gauge sheets

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    VarioStar 2500

    Roubust design

    Stepped up to 250 A

    For Joining light-gauge sheets

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    VarioStar 3100

    Robust design

    Stepped up to 310 A

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    VarioSynergic 3400

    Stepped control up to 340 A

    Microprocessor-controlled synrgic operation

    Welds unalloyed low-alloy and high-alloy steels
    and flux cored wires

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    VarioSynergic 4000-2

    Stepped control up to 400 A

    Microprocessor-controlled synergic operation

    Separate wire-feed unit

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    VarioSynergic 400-2

    Stepped control up to 400 A

    Microprocessor-controlled synergic operation

    Separate wire-feed unit

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    VarioSynergic 4000

    Stepped control up to 400 A

    Microprocessor-controlled synergice operation

    Welds unalloyed low-alloy and high-alloy steels and flux cored wires

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    VarioSynergic 5000

    Stepped control up to 500 A

    Microprocessor-controlled synergic operation

    Welds unalloyed low-alloy and high alloy steel
    and flux cored wires

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    VarioSynergic 5000-2

    Stepped control up to 500 A

    Microprocessor-controlled synergic operation

    Separate wire-feed unit

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    TransSynergic 4000

    Output up to 400 A

    Microprocessor-controlled synergic operation

    for industrial use

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    TransSynergic 5000

    Output up to 500 A

    Mircroprocessor-controlled synergic operation

    for industrial use

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    TransSynergic 7200

    Output up to 720 A

    For automated and robot applications

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    TransSynergic 9000

    Output up to 900 A

    For automated and robot applicant

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    TransPuls Synergic 2700

    Portable Pulse welding with 270 A

    For manual Mig/MAG applications

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    TransPuls Synergic 3200

    Pulse welding up to 320 A

    For manual and robot applications

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    TransPuls Synergic 4000

    Pulse welding up to 400 A

    Mircroprocess- Controlled Synergic operation

    For industrial use

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    TransPuls Synergic 5000

    Pulse welding up to 500 A

    Microprocessor-controlled synergic operation

    For industrial use

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    TransPuls Synergic 7200

    Pulse welding up to 720 A

    Microprocessor-controlled synergic operation

    For auomated adn robot applicantions

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    TransPuls Synergic 9000

    Pulse welding up to 900 A

    For automated and robot applications

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    TIME 5000 Digital

    Out up to 500 A

    30% fasted deposition rate

    For heavy-gauge sheets

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    Time Twin Digital

    Digital tandem welding process

    Deposition rate up to 30 kg/h

    Welding speed up to 6 m/min

External Link:Fronius MIG/MAG Power Sources


TIG Power Sources

Tungsten Inert Gas (TIG) welding, also known as Gas Tungsten Arc Welding (GTAW) grants the operator greater control over the weld than

the other two processes GMAW and MMAW.

 

This process offers stronger and higher quality welds and can be used on materials of thickness of 0.6mm and above. TIG welding is

suitable for welding unalloyed and alloyed steels, aluminium, magnesium, copper, grey cast iron, bronze, silver, nickel, titanium, lead and a

multifold of other materials.

 

TIG welding is predominantly used for relatively thin material welding, especially for non-ferrous materials. Its other primary applications

include first and root pass welds for pipes and critical welding operations with emphasis on high quality weld seams.

 

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    TransTig 1750 Puls

    Digitally controlled TIG welding system

    small-portable-robust

    Output up to 170 A

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    TransTig 2200

    220 A at 16,8 kg-230 v connection

    For Portable use

    Welds low-alloy and high-alloy steels and non-ferous metals

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    TransTig 2500

    250 A at just 24,2kg(53,35)

    completely deigitlised

    Plain-text display

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    Trans Tig 3000

    300 A output

    completely digitlised

    plain-text display

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    Trans Tig 4000

    400 output

    For use on construction sites and in manufacturing

    Welds low-alloy and high-alloy steels and non-ferrous metals

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    TransTig 5000

    500 A output

    For use on construction sites and in manufacturing

    Welds low-alloy and high-alloy steels and non-ferrous metals

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    Magic Wave 1700

    170 A at 15kg and robust

    Fully compatible for construction sites

    Welds low-alloy and hig steel aluminium and non-ferrous metals

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    MagicWave 2200

    220 A at 14,4kg and robust

    Fully compatible for construction sites

    Welds low-alloy and high-alloy steels aluminius and non-ferrous metals

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    Magic Wave 2500

    250 A output

    completely digitlised

    Plain-text display

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    Magic Wave 3000

    300 A output

    Welds low-alloy and high-alloy steels and non ferrous metals

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    Magic Wave 4000

    400 A output

    For use on construction sites and in manufacturing

    Welds low-alloy and high-alloy steels aluminium
    and non-ferous metals

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    Magic Wave 5000

    500 A output

    For use on construction sites and in manufacturing

    Welds low-alloy and high-alloy steels aluminius
    and non-ferrous metals

External Link:Fronius TIG Power Sources

 

Electrode Power Sources

Manual metal arc (MMA) welding is a widely utilized welding process by virtue of its versatility and simplicity. This process is excellent for

outdoor use in steel construction and industrial fabrication, with particular dominance in the maintenance and repair industry.

 

Majority of Fronius MMA welding equipment includes TIG welding function.

 

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    TransPochet 1500

    150 at only 4,7 Kg

    For Portable Use Generator-compatible

    150 at only 4,7 Kg

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    TransPochet 2500

    Robust-small and portable

    Output up to 250A

    Welds rutile basic and cellu lose electrdes up 5mm

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    TransPochet 3500

    Robust, small and portable

    OUtpupt up to 350 A

    Welds rutile, basic and cellulose electrodes up
    to 7mm

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    TransPochet 4000

    Output up to 380 A

    Performs vertical-down welding of cellulose and basic electrodes

    Carbon gouging

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    TransPocket 5000

    Output up to 380 A

    Performs verticle-down welding of cellulose and basic elctrodes

    Cartoon gouging

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    WTU 307

    Output up to 300 A

    Can be used everywhere

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    WTU 657

    Output up to 650 A

    Can be used everywhere

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    WTU 457

    Output up to 450 A

    Can be used everywhere

External Link:Fronius Electrode Power Sources