AC - Balance (TIG) – is a variable setting between breaking the oxide layer (-) and deeper penetration (+). This helps to influence properties of different materials and alloys.
Hotstart – Automatic voltage increase upon the start for better ignition results.
Anti-stick - Automatic shutdown of the welding current in case of sticking of the electrode which allows an easy removal. It also prevents annealing of the electrode.
TIG (Tungsten-Inert-Gas) – Inert gas welding with inert / inactive gases such as Argon 4.6 (99.996%). An arc is created in an argon bell between the tungsten electrode and the workpiece. This melts the material and any filler material that is supplied. A weld seam is created.
MMA / Stick electrode welding– is a universal welding process. No protective gas is needed and can therefore be used flexibly anywhere.
- The unit is not intended for use in residential areas where power is supplied by a public low-voltage power supply system. It may be difficult to ensure electromagnetic compatibility in these areas due to both conducted and radiated interference.