Super Deal PRO Commercial MIG 130 AC is an ideal choice for household and automotive applications. Though it’s not a good choice for welding heavy projects sometimes, if you want a welder for welding thin sheets of metal, it is the best choice for you.
Made up of High-quality material:
Super Deal Pro MIG 130 AC welder is made up of high-class PVC material as well as delicate treatment which integrates you with a comfortable grip, easy operation, and high precision.
Variable Feed Speed Control:
This machine allows you to easily adjust the current flow by manipulating the 4 buttons, MIN 1, MIN 2, MAX 1, and MAX 2. It is also an inbuilt rotary knob, by which you can adjust the wire feeding speed. This rotary knob gives you 10 levels of speed for the feeding of wire with Full On / Off Safety Control.
The Super Deal MIG130 uses a highly advanced control technology that comes with an inductor that is adjustable, which means you can modify its inductance according to your welding requirements. This feature also allows the soft electric arc, minimized spatter, increment in the depth of fusion, and high-quality welding performance and gives you the power to tackle the biggest jobs with ease and confidence.
Powerful and Compact
The weight of this welder machine is only 38 lbs, hence it so lightweight that you can carry it easily anywhere according to your requirement. In terms of power, it is perfect to weld mild steel and stainless steel. It comes with a reel of 0.9mm, 0.55lbs welding wire, a protection mask, and a brush/Chipping Hammer. 2.5M Torch, extra 2 Tips, and Ground Cord.
It also features Flux-Cored wire and, automatic release of metal-inert gas during welding, so its metal tip doesn’t let the slags accumulate when you are welding and prevent any metal oxide on the surface of the welded part.
Thermal overload protection:
The Super Deal Pro also inbuilt with a cooling fan which allows thermal overload protection.
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