The TIG welding machine, also known as Tungsten Inert Gas welding machine, is a highly versatile and precise tool widely used in the welding industry. TIG welding employs a non-consumable tungsten electrode to create a high-temperature arc, ensuring a clean and controlled welding process. This machine is ideal for welding various materials, including stainless steel, aluminum, and copper alloys. Its precise heat control and ability to produce aesthetically pleasing welds make it suitable for intricate and critical applications. The TIG welding machine is favored for its capability to weld thin materials without distortion and its applicability in both manual and automated welding processes. With features like adjustable current settings and gas shielding, the TIG welding machine is an indispensable tool for professionals seeking accuracy and high-quality welds.
Features & Advantages
■Lift and HF for TIG
■Hot arc start and arc force,Anti-stick for MMA
■32 bits MCU inside
■Advanced square,soft square,triangular;sinefour AC wave for selection.
■MINI Stlye design
■Quickly gas connector
|SUPER TIG 200DI
|Power Supply Voltage
|Rate Input Capacity (KVA)
|Rate Input Current(A)
|No Load Voltage
|Output current Range
What materials can weld for this machine?
Normally our quality TIG welding machine can weld mild steel very well, DC TIG can weld stainless steel with high quality. And AC TIG welder can weld Aluminum Alloy very well.
What’s the protection gas to be applied?
Normally high purity Argon gas.
What’s the duty cycle for your TIG welder?
For civil application welder, the duty cycle of our TIG welder is from 35% to 60%.
For industrial application welder, the duty cycle of our TIG welder is normally over 60%.