Gys Protig 300 DC HF TIG Welder
The GYS TIG 300 DC is a 3 phase multi-functional inverter designed for industrial applications and is adapted to handle the most complexed TIG and MMA welding operations. Optimised TIG DC welding provides quality welds on all ferrous materials such as steel, stainless steel, titanium, and can also be used for welding copper and its alloys. Microprocessor controlled, the TIG 300 DC has an intuitive digital control panel for easy setting of welding parameters, the digital display shows current and voltage settings, and a memory capability allows the user to store up to 10 pre-set programs, great for easy re-call of previously used settings. The intuitive interface makes it incredibly simple to adjust the welding settings even whilst wearing TIG welding gauntlets. In MMA mode, the machine is capable of welding steel, stainless steel, cast iron, rutile, or basic electrodes and is also equipped with MMA pulse for ease of welding vertically up and pipe welding.
Two modes of arc ignition, TIG DC HF start provides an easy & reliable non-contact method to create the arc, this helps to reduce the possibility of electrode contamination. The TIG DC Lift start mode is available for use in environments where the use of HF may be prohibited.
TIG DC pulse offers the benefits of decreased distortion due to lower heat inputs, higher deposition rates when welding out of position, stronger welds due to better fusion compared to non-pulse mode and lower level of fume. The Pulse frequency can be adjusted between 0.1 and 900Hz making it suitable for use on thin sheet material.
SPOT mode is fast and precise for tack welding, ideal before welding thin sheet metals.
Pre and post flow gas, plus up/down slope settings which help produce great results when welding steel and stainless steels.
Three trigger torch controls: 2T, 4T and 4T logic.
Automatic detection of the TIG torch is compatible with trigger, double button, and potentiometer torches.
When in 4T and 4T logic the AIP (Adjust Ideal Position) helps to position the TIG torch before welding.
Two MMA welding modes: MMA standard for welding with basic and rutile electrodes up to 5mm diameter. MMA adjustable Pulse helps to simplify welding in the vertical upright position and when pipeline welding.
Adjustable Hot Start is used to deliver a higher amperage when the electrode first comes into contact with the metal and can be adjusted in seconds according to the type of material. A lower Hot Start is used for thin metal sheets, whilst a higher Hot Start is better for metals which are more difficult to weld such as dirty or oxidized sheets.
Anti sticking helps to reduces the risk of the electrode sticking if it comes into contact with the workpiece.
Adjustable Arc force helps to ensure better penetration and prevention of the electrode sticking during the welding process.
The easy to view display shows the current and voltage during and after the welding process for WPS (Welding Procedure Specifications) and PQR (Procedure Qualification Records) purposes.
Up to 10 different jobs can be stored in the machine for each process, ensuring perfect and consistent welds when producing repetitive tasks.
The reinforced casing and anti-shock pads on each side of the machine, make the GYS TIG 300 DC deal for workshop or onsite usage.
Amps range 400v – 16amp: MMA 10 – 250Amps.
TIG 5 – 300Amps.
Duty cycle. EN 60974-1 (40°C): MMA 60% @ 220Amp
TIG 60% @ 255Amp
Pulse Frequency: 0.1 – 900 Hz
Input fuse. 16Amp
Min generator size (+/- 15%) 10 kW – 12.5 kVA
Dimensions: 520 x 250 x 400mm
Approx. weight: 21Kg
Machine only supplied without any accessories.