NEW, Transit Damaged units (more than 1 available).
Damage is limited to aesthetics and is typically, damage to the Plastic Front Facia and/or minor deformation of the metal casing.
All machines are inspected, tested and supplied with 12 Month Warranty.
BlueMig BM-140T is an excellent choice for the Home user seeking a well built, yet low priced Mig Welder.
BlueMig BM-140T can be used with either 0.6mm Welding Wire or 0.8mm Welding Wire.
Accepts the Great Value 5.0Kg Midi Spools (over 7 x more wire than Mini Spools).
Use 0.6mm for welding Steel from around 0.7mm to 2.5mm Thick and 0.8mm for welding steel from around 1.5mm to 6mm thick.
Set up is easy, thanks to the Welding Chart provided.
Product Test "RECOMMENDED" in Land Rover Monthy. The test report commented:
"this welder feels like a much dearer, professional unit. Superb results were achieved on thin and thick metal. Build quality, including an incredibly robust wire feed mechanism, is one of the units highlights........"
Key Benefits that give you Great Results & Versatility:
> 30 - 140amps of Welding Power = Welds 0.8mm to 4mm Steel (Great for Car Body Work)
> Turbo Fan Cooling keeps you welding for longer without overheating
> Powerful 20W Industrial Wire Drive Motor and Feed Mechanism = Long Life, Reliable Wire Feeding
> Torch with Type 15 professional Torch Parts = Robust, Efficient and Comfortable to use
> Accepts 5Kg Midi Spools of wire for maximum economy
> Accepts 0.6mm & 0.8mm Wire for great flexibility
> Can be used with Disposable Gas Cylinders (optional kit available), or Refillable Cylinders (optional Pro Regulator available)
> Type 15 Mig Torch = Good spares availability
> Designed & Manufactured in Europe = Good spares availability
Click on the "Spec" Tab above for Technical Specifications
This Mig Welder comes to you supplied with:
> Mig Torch
> Removable Earth Clamp Lead Assembly
> Gas input Hose
> Welding Chart
> 12 Month Machine Warranty
Our range of Mig Welding Wires can be viewed here
Sorry but we can only deliver this Mig Welder to UK Mainland addresses (England, Scotland, Wales)
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