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.
Features of the Sealey MIGHTYMIG Professional MIG Welder:
The Sealey MIGHTYMIG150 is a compact gas/no-gas welder and offers excellent performance at an extremely competitive price.
This unit is set up ready to go in gas less mode but can also be switched easily to use with gas by a simple change of polarity and adding the Gas Conversion Kit which is included.
Supplied with comfort grip non-live torch, 1.8mtr earth cable, and 1mtr gas hose.
Features of the Sealey No Gas/Gas Conversion Kit:
Sealey conversion kit is used to turn a MIG welder from gas less mode to gas by a simple change of polarity and adding this kit.
Features of the Sealey TG100/1 Flux Cored MIG Wire:
Top quality wound welding wire manufactured to BS EN ISO 14341:2008
Suitable for use with Sealey MIGHTYMIG 100/150 No Gas and Gas/No Gas MIG Welders.
Features of the Sealey TG100/2 Contact Tips:
Pack of 5 contact tips suitable for use with a range of gas less MIG Welders.
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