Cros-Arc 200DHF DC Tig Welder

Cros-Arc 200DHF DC Tig Welder
Cros-Arc 200DHF DC Tig Welder

Price: 497.00  inc VAT
(414.17 ex VAT)

Free UK Mainland Delivery


  • Argon Regulator + Flowmeter £40.00
  • 50x Mild Steel Tig Wire £17.00
  • 30x Stainless Steel Tig Wire £17.00
Part No: ET01
Availability:   In Stock
The Cros-Arc 200DHF Tig Welder is your perfect partner for both Workshop and On-Site Tig Welding, offering an exceptionally good price to performance ratio.

Despite its competitive price, this Tig Welder produces an excellent weld and is easy to use, thanks in part to its easy to read Digital Control panel.

Ideal for Trade Professionals and Home Workshop users who appreciate quality equipment.

Features Include:

> 110v or 230v input
> Up to 200amps output (125amps off 110v supply)
> High Frequency Arc Ignition
> Tig Pulse Welding What's this? Tig Pulse is ideal for welding thin metal as Pulse reduces the risk of blow through whilst still achieving penetration
> Pre/Post Gas Flow Control
> Slope Up/Down Control
> MMA Welding Mode (Stick Welding)
> Fan Cooled for longer Duty Cycle

Supplied with Professional Tig Torch, MMA (Stick) Welding Lead, Earth Lead & 2 Year machine warranty.
FREE After Sales Support from our Technical Team.

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Technical Specifications

Input = 110v/230v
Fuse Rating = T16 (230v)
Fuse Rating = T32 (110v)
Max Output = 200amps (230v)
Max Output = 125amps (110v)
Duty Cycle (Tig) = 25% @ 200amps 40°C
Duty Cycle (Tig) = 40% @ 125amps 40°C
Duty Cycle (MMA) = 100% @ 100amps 40°C
Tig Ignition = High Frequency
Size L=410mm W=135mm H=245mm
Weight = 7Kg (excluding accessories)
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