TIG welding power sources
TIG DC EWM welding processes and functions:
- DC pulses: Reduces heat input and thus heat distortion and discolouration.
- Medium-value pulses: The new user-friendly average pulse function allows, for example, the user to easily apply instructions from a welding procedure description in pulsed mode.
- Thermal pulses: The freely adjustable pulse current and the respective time allow to control the welding energy.
- Automatic pulses: In order to increase arc stability and penetration characteristics, especially at low currents, the current pulses automatically.
- Spotmatic: Reproducible welding of constant spot sizes.
- SpotArc: Minimised spot welding and spot welding time due to individual triggering of spot welding with the torch trigger.
- ActivArc: Dynamic TIG arc with automatic arc stabilisation. The high arc force guarantees a safe edge grip and a targeted, even heat input. Particularly advantageous when welding fillet and root welds.
- TIG anti-bonding: Prevents damage to the tungsten electrode in the event of inadvertent contact with the material.