Mini Portable 250A Welding Machine, is one of the smallest welding machines available, coming with a 250A adjustable output and boasting a 60% duty cycle. Fully equipped with a cooling fan and copper-enclosed transformer.
What’s more, all prices are INCLUSIVE OF VAT!
- Extremely easy to use
- A 20-250A adjustment knob with digital display
- Small & lightweight (12cm high / 20cm deep)
WHAT’S IN THE PACK?
- x1 electric digital welder
- x2 quick plug
- x2 insulated electrodes
- x1 T-wrench
- x1 power cord
- x1 instruction manual in English
Mini Portable 250A Welding Machine
- 50-60Hz frequency
- Max amperage 250A
- 220V / 110V (US & Canada)
- 85% efficiency
- 60% duty cycle
- Housing IP grade: IP21
- Color: Yellow (GB)
NOTE: It is your responsibility to take the necessary safety precautions, such as ensuring the Mini Portable 250A Welding Machine is set up correctly and wearing the necessary safety equipment.
Below, we have included a set-up guide for your mini welding machine. This is suitable for our 200A portable welder only. For your Mini Portable 250A Welding Machine, please refer to the instruction manual in the package.
If you are even the slightest bit unsure about these instructions, please consult a professional or an electrician.
1. FITTING THE PLUG
As you’ll know, our Mini Portable 250A Welding Machine do not come fitted with a plug. This is because we ship to multiple countries. Most of our customers are good with electrics, so are often comfortable fitting the plug themselves. Others may need some guidance.
The blue ‘neutral‘ wire and the red (or brown) ‘live/hot‘ wire should be located as so. Once you have your plug, the wires should then be connected to the right plug pins. A UK, US and European example can be found below.
UK Example Fitting:
2. FITTING THE QUICK PLUGS
Insert the quick plugs into the insulation’s as per the photo below.
After this is done, you can attach the quick plugs into the welder. Make sure you match up positive with positive and negative with negative.
3. GROUNDING YOUR WELDER
As stated in the product description, this welder doesn’t come grounded. To rectify this, you can either replace the 2-wire cable with a 3-wire cable, (see first image below) or you can ensure that the body of the welding machine is grounding reliable as shown in the second image below.