The Miller Multimatic 220 AC/DC Multiprocess Welder is the latest multiprocess welder from Miller electric that combines a full range of welding processes into one portable 56 pound machine: MIG, flux-cored, stick, and AC/DC TIG. The new AC TIG option makes it ideal to work on aluminum welding projects.
This versatile machine will solve many problems in a lot of professional welding shops and for home welding projects. Here’s a brief overview of just some of the features you can expect to find on this affordable top of the line multi-process welding machine:
Faster Multi-Process Welding Changes
The Multimatic 220 makes it easier than ever to swap one welding process for another. Simply hit the trigger or tap the foot control to change welding processes. You can leave the MIG gun and TIG torch attached to the machine at the same time, and the welding machine will automatically determine the polarity required to start welding with the new process.
Your settings from your previous welding session will be recalled so that you can pick up right where you left off.
Powerful Multi-Process Welding
When it’s time to start welding, you’ll have a wide range of capabilities, welding up to ⅜” steel (24 gauge) and ⅜” aluminum (18 gauge) with your MIG gun. For DC stick welding, the Multimatic 220 can handle 16 gauge ⅜” steel, and the AC/DC TIG option can work with 24 gauge steel or aluminum that are up to ¼” thick.
The welder’s Input Power is 120/240 V, 1-phase, 50/60 Hz, and the amperage range depending on process is MIG: 30–230 A, DC stick: 30–200, and AC/DC TIG: 20–210 A.
A Wide Range of TIG Welding Options
When you switch on the TIG options for your Multimatic 220 welder, you can adjust the AC balance from 60-80%, and move the AC Frequency from 60-150 Hz. You’ll have life-arc and high frequency start options, and you’ll also have DC Pulse from off-150 pulses per second and TIG Post-Flow from auto to 25 seconds.
Start Welding Fast and Don’t Slow Down
The auto-set Elite function that many Miller users have come to rely on is available for all processes. For MIG projects, you’ll find your settings by entering your wire diameter and the material thickness. Stick welding calls for the electrode type, diameter and material thickness. AC/DC TIG requires the tungsten diameter and material thickness.
When it’s time to switch to MIG welding, you’ll have a smooth transition with angled wire drive that seamlessly rolls out wires for MIG processes. If you need to use flux-cored wire, the quick select drive roll is designed to accommodate through sizes, including flux-cored.
If you’re swapping out MIG and TIG settings for various projects, the Multimatic 220 simplifies your switchover process by offering two shielding gas connections, one for MIG gas and the other for TIG gas. You can have both processes fully set up and ready to go when you need them.
Manual Welding Options on the Multimatic 220
The pro-set features are ideal for TIG and stick projects that need to be run on manual modes. Welders can make adjustments until the welding parameters on the machine turn blue on the LCD display. There’s literally no guesswork involved in this setup process.
From AC Balance to the DC pulse for TIG projects, you’ll have the range and variety of features you need for the jobs in your welding shop. The DIG option for stick welding lets you modify the arc characteristics for each project.
Learn More about the Miller Multimatic 220
By acting now to order the Miller Multimatic 220, you may be able to take advantage of the savings from current Baker’s Bucks and Miller Build with Blue promotions while they last. But the deeply discounted price at Baker’s Gas and Welding already makes this machine a steal, considering all of the features that are packed into its portable frame. Increase your welding options today with the Miller Multimatic 220!
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