It is with great excitement that CIGWELD/ESAB announces the launch of the new Transmig 255i! These units will be available in early February with pre-orders being accepted NOW!

The Transmig 255i is a compact self-contained single phase multi-process welding inverter, capable of welding MIG (GMAW/FCAW), Stick (MMAW) and Lift TIG (GTAW). Ideal for welding plate thicknesses between 0.8mm and 12mm with a range of wires from 0.6mm – 1.2mm (solid).

The Transmig 255i is ideal for onsite repairs and maintenance, medium industrial workshops, car panel repairs or serious welders that want a single phase inverter they can plug in and use around their own home workshop.

Coming standard with a 15amp plug, this machine can easily be upgraded to a 25amp plug and 4mm2 supply lead to increase the duty cycle to an impressive 255A @ 40%.

The Transmig 255i is equipped with an integrated wire feed unit that fits 300mm spools, 2T/4T, Down Slope (in TIG), adjustable Arc Force (in Stick), VRD (which is applicable in stick mode), PFC (power factor correction), and Fan on Demand which minimises power consumption, noise and dust contaminants. The unit is also fully compliant to Australian Standard AS 60974.1-2006 and is ideal for indoor and outdoor use with an enclosure rating of IP23S.

For intricate aluminium welding, users can easily attach and run the Tweco SGT250 Spool Gun thanks to the compatible Euro adapter and 8-pin socket.

PACKAGE CONTENTS (Part# W1005255):

  • Transmig 255i Power Source
  • Tweco Professional Fusion 250 MIG Torch, 3m
  • COMET Professional Argon Regulator/Flowmeter
  • Feedrolls: 0.9/1.2mm “V” groove (fitted), 0.6/0.8mm “V” groove, 0.9/1.0mm (U) groove, 0.8/0.9mm “V” knurled
  • Contact Tips: 0.9mm (fitted), 0.8mm, 0.9mm, 1.0mm
  • Twistlock Electrode Holder with 4m Lead
  • Work Clamp with 4m Lead
  • Shielding Gas Hose Assembly
  • Operating Manual

 

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