Type of welding
Coated electrode - MMA
Frequency of use
MIG (metal inert gas welding) & MAG (metal active gas welding)
Both subtypes of Gas metal arc welding (GMAW). The most commonly used home welding method and generally the easiest to learn. This process causes an electric arc to form between a consumable wire electrode and the work piece metal(s), which heats the work piece metal(s), causing them to melt, and join.
The Sealey MIGHTYMIG150 is one of their most professional products in the MIGHTYMIG range. This compact gas/no-gas welder offers excellent performance at an extremely competitive price.
This unit is set up ready to go in gasless mode but can also be switched easily to use with gas by a simple change of polarity and purchase of a Gas Conversion Kit - Model No. 120.802032.
Supplied with comfort grip non-live torch, 1.8mtr earth cable, 1mtr gas hose, 0.45kg flux cored wire and 1.0mm contact tip.
Comes with Sealey Shade 11 welding helmet.
Shade 11 welding helmet.
Complies to BS EN 379, BS EN 175 and DIN standards.
Features automatic switching from light to dark on striking arc.
Fitted with adjustable sensitivity and delay controls for switching light to dark.
Solar panel power supply - no batteries required.
Deluxe contoured helmet with fully adjustable headband featuring front pad for added comfort.
Suitable for MIG, TIG and arc welding.
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