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All our Mig Welders have been carefully chosen to offer you a great performance to price ratio. All our Mig Welders are Fan Cooled, have a Non Live Torch, are manufactured to EU standards, carry UK Warranties and are backed by our Technical Support Team.

To help you make an informed selection we've placed our Mig Welders into three categories, DIY, Trade & Pro . Or if you prefer, you're welcome to call and speak to one of our Technical Advisors who will advise on the best Mig Welder for your specific job.

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BlueMig Mig Welder 140T

BlueMig 140T Mig Welder (Transit Damaged)

199.00 inc VAT(165.83 ex VAT)
Part No
EM30
BlueMig 140T Turbo Mig Welder offers excellent quality and superb value for money. Easy to use, even on thin metal, thanks to this Mig Welders low power performance.
Discover what the BlueMig 140T Mig Welder could do for you
Product Test "RECOMMENDED" - Land Rover Monthly
UK Mainland Delivery Only
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Mig Welder BlueMig 150

BlueMig 150T Mig Welder

297.00 inc VAT(247.50 ex VAT)
Part No
EM33
With it's Industrial Euro Torch, the BlueMig 150T Turbo Mig Welder ia a proven allrounder and superb value for money. Easy to use, even on thin metal, thanks to this Mig Welders low power performance.
Product Test "BEST BUY" - Land Rover Monthly
UK Mainland Delivery Only
Out of Stock
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Stealth Digi-Mig 200 LCD PFC Multi Process Welder

Stealth Digi-Mig 200 LCD PFC Multi Process Welder

799.00 inc VAT(665.83 ex VAT)
Part No
EMP02
200amp 110v/230v Multi Process Welder
Mig Welder, DC Lift Tig Welder Arc Welder
Ideal for workshops where a small, portable versatile and easy to use machine is needed.
Discover more about the Cros-Arc 200 DMF
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Welder Trolley

Welder Cart

60.00 inc VAT(50.00 ex VAT)
Part No
EZ01
Ideal for Mig, Tig or Arc Welders, also Plasma Cutters
Top Tray measures 272 x 445mm
Middle Tray measures 272 x 375mm
Base is 285 x 700mm
Rear Tray for Gas Cylinder up to around 30Kg
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Cros-Arc 201C Inverter Mig Welder

Cros-Arc 201C Inverter Mig Welder

689.00 inc VAT(574.17 ex VAT)
Part No
EM40
Professional 30-200amp Mig Welder
Ideal for Automotive and Sheet Metal Workshops
230v Input (16amp fuse) 30-200 amps Output
Professional Euro Mig Torch & Arc Welding Lead.
Learn more about the Cros-Arc 201C Mig Welder
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Cros-Arc 291C Inverter mig Welder

Cros-Arc 291C Inverter mig Welder

769.00 inc VAT(640.83 ex VAT)
Part No
EM41
Professional 30-250amp Mig Welder
Ideal for Automotive and Sheet Metal Workshops
230v Input (30amp fuse) 30-250 amps Output
Professional Euro Mig Torch & Arc Welding Lead.
Learn more about the Cros-Arc 291C Mig Welder
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Cros-Arc 323C Inverter Mig Welder

Cros-Arc 323C Inverter Mig Welder

1,080.00 inc VAT(900.00 ex VAT)
Part No
EM42
Professional 30-300amp Mig Welder
Ideal for the Fabrication Workshop
415v Input (20amp fuse) 30-300 amps Output
Professional Euro Mig Torch & Arc Welding Lead.
Learn more about the Cros-Arc 323C Mig Welder
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Mig Welder SWP Mig 220 2

Proline Mig 220 Professional Mig Welder

719.00 inc VAT(599.17 ex VAT)
Part No
EM10
Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Automotive and Sheet Metal Workshops
230v Input (20amp fuse) 30-220 amps Output
Professional Euro Mig Torch & Gas Regulator.
Learn more about the SWP 220 Mig Welder
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Mig Welder SWP Mig 241 2

Proline Mig 241 Professional Mig Welder

859.00 inc VAT(715.83 ex VAT)
Part No
EM11
Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Sheet Metal & Light Fabrication Workshops
230v Input (20amp fuse) 30-240 amps Output
Professional Euro Mig Torch & Gas Regulator.
Learn more about the SWP 241 Mig Welder
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Mig Welder SWP Mig 271 2

Proline Mig 271 Professional Mig Welder

1,095.00 inc VAT(912.50 ex VAT)
Part No
EM12
Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Light to Medium Fabrication Workshops
230v Input (25amp fuse) 40-270 amps Output
Pro Euro Mig Torch, Gas Regulator & 4 Roll Wire Drive.
Learn more about the SWP 271 Mig Welder
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Mig Welder SWP Mig 311 2

Proline Mig 311 Professional Mig Welder

1,260.00 inc VAT(1,050.00 ex VAT)
Part No
EM13
Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Light to Medium Fabrication Workshops
230v Input (35amp fuse) 30-310 amps Output
Pro Euro Mig Torch, Gas Regulator & 4 Roll Wire Drive.
Learn more about the SWP 311 Mig Welder
Out of Stock
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Mig Welder SWP 325 2

Proline 325 Professional mig Welder

1,269.00 inc VAT(1,057.50 ex VAT)
Part No
EM14
Professional Mig Welder
Ideal for Light to Medium Fabrication Workshops
415v 3 Phase Input (16amp fuse) 30-325 amps Output
Pro Euro Mig Torch, Gas Regulator & 4 Roll Wire Drive.
Learn more about the SWP 325 Mig Welder
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Mig Welders

In addition to the information set out below, more information is available via our Knowledge Zone, this includes:

Mig Welder Info

What does Duty Cycle mean

Weld Defects

Welding Different Metals

Graham's Blog also has a number of Mig Welder related articles including:

Gas vs Gasless Mig Welding

10 Tips to Improve your Mig Welding

Mig Welding Aluminium

Mig Welder Feed Roller Tension Adjustment

Mig Welding Gas

Mig Welder Wire Feed Speed

Gas Flow Rate for Mig Welders

Metal Inert Gas Welding (MIG) is, in most cases, an incorrect term as an Active Gas such as an Argon/Co2 mix, or pure Co2 is often used. In reality, the use of an active gas makes the process Metal Active Gas Welding (MAG). However, "Mig" has become the generic term used in the UK. In North America, the process is generally referred to as Gas Metal Arc Welding (GMAW).

However you choose to name the process MIG, MAG or GMAW, the process itself involves feeding a continuous wire electrode. From the end of this wire/electrode an arc is produced between the wire and the workpiece. This arc melts the workpiece metal, forming a weld pool. The wire is then used as a filler metal to form the weld. Shielding gas is poured continuously over the weld to prevent oxidisation.

Mig Welders are still the most popular choice of welding machine for the DIY welder and industrial fabrication shops. A Mig Welder is easy to set up, and once set, simply requires the operator to master speed of torch travel and arc length.

A Mig Welder is capable of mig welding Mild Steel, Stainless Steel and Aluminium, although Mig Welding Aluminium should only be attempted by the experienced Mig Welder and results are limited.

The key advantages of a Mig Welder are high weld speed, ease of use and low cost. Disadvantages of a Mig Welder include less control over quality, fairly hard welds and possible mechanical problems if the Mig Welder's mechanisms are not kept in good working order.

Choosing the right Mig Welder is a balance between how much you can afford to spend and what you want the Mig Welder to be able to do. There is no point in buying a 130amp Mig Welder to run off a 13amp plug if you want to weld 10mm steel, because that Mig Welder simply won't be powerful enough, so be realistic about what you want your new Mig Welder to do. If you need any help with this, please do not hesitate to phone and speak to our Technical Department. Another consideration when choosing a Mig Welder is torch type. Mig Welders either have a Fixed Mig Torch, that is to say it is bolted to the machine and wired in, or they have a Euro Mig Torch. A Euro Mig Torch is found on almost all professional Mig Welders; they tend to be better quality Mig Torches and the Euro fitting means they can be changed in under a minute. Essentially, the Mig Welder has a Euro Socket on the front that the Euro Mig Torch simply screws on to with a hand nut. Despite their better quality, most Euro Mig Welder Torches are cheaper than replacement Fixed Mig Welder Torches.