Electronic Pilot Arc Controller automatically controls the pilot circuit to provide expanded metal cutting ability without having to re-trigger the torch, increasing productivity and extending tip life.
™ line voltage compensation provides peak performance power under variable input voltage conditions (176-264 V) for steady cuts and cleaner ending cuts.
Can be powered by any Miller engine drive with generator power (e.g. Bobcat™) or equivalent competitive equipment.
cooling system only operates when needed, reducing the amount of airborne dust/dirt pulled through the unit.
Power factor correction (PFC) uses input power more efficiently, ultimately using less energy.
Starts without high-frequency so it will not interfere with or damage controls or computer.
Blow Back Torch Design
The plasma arc is created by pulling an electrical arc between an electrode and tip. This process eliminates high frequency by forcing an electrical arc between the two pieces.
Post Flow Cooling Circuit
Protection to extend the life of consumables and the welding torch is enhanced by our post flow circuit that provides shielding gas after you release the trigger.