Quality 8m TIG torch with in-built trigger and current control
HF Pulse start or Lift Arc start
Compact, lightweight design
Suits 2-4.0mm electrodes
15 Amp supply plug
A built in VRD (Voltage Reduction Device) delivers added safety when operating in Stick or Lift-TIG mode and meets the requirements of site work. Fully compliant to Australian Standards AS 60974.1 & AS1674.2 CAT C.
At 21kg, the Weldarc 200i can go wherever the job takes you, making it suitable
for onsite maintenance.
AC can be used specifically for TIG welding aluminium and aluminium alloys. The balance between positive and negative can be adjusted to control the amount of oxide cleaning or a more penetrating weld. When welding in AC current HF pulse start allows easy arc starting when welding aluminium.
DC TIG can be used for all steel, stainless steel, copper and alloys, titanium. When welding in DC current HF Pulse start allows easy not contact starts for critical applications.
Intergrated Gas Valve
HF Pulse Start
HF Pulse is a non-contact arc starting method allowing easy arc start without the interference problems with conventional HF and eliminates tungsten contamination. Available in AC or DC TIG mode.
Built-In Operator Safety
The power source features a built-in thermal protection device that will activate if the machine is operated beyond its safe thermal operating zone.
Hot Start for Manual Arc
Built-in “Hot Start” feature in stick mode for even better arc starting.
Built in “Arc Force”, constantly monitors arc voltage and will boost output if low arc voltage occurs.
Lift Arc TIG Start
Easy to use lift arc starting for TIG welding. Eliminates scratch starting and tungsten electrode damage.
The Weldarc 200i is tolerant to unconditioned power from generators. It has been optimised and tested for compatibility with appropriate portable generators.
With a 2 year unlimited warranty, covering parts and labour, and supported by an Australia wide service network, you can be guaranteed you’re buying reliability and performance. *Power source only.
Generators used to power this equipment must have a minimum capacity of 10kW continuous.
Due to variation between generators by different manufacturers, it is impossible for WIA to validate operation from all generators. Therefore, WIA recommend that operation of equipment on the generator is confirmed before purchasing either welder or the generator.