Miller Electric Mfg. Co. is introducing the new Multimatic 200, an all-in-one portable multiprocess welding power source capable of performing MIG, Stick and TIG welding processes in one compact design.
The new Auto-Set Elite feature allows operators to quickly and easily set weld parameters based on material type and thickness, as well as fine-tune those parameters to match each specific application. The Multimatic 200 system weighs only 29 pounds and connects to common 120- and 230-volt power receptacles with the Miller-exclusive MVP multi-voltage plug.
Designed for use in light fabrication, maintenance and repair, HVAC, construction and farm/ranch applications, the Multimatic 200 system has a durable, impact-resistant polycarbonate case that protects the machine from harsh environments and the rigors of daily use. Similar to the Millermatic Passport Plus, the machine offers positive arc starts and a stable arc with minimal spatter when MIG welding - with mixed gases and straight CO2. Stick and TIG welding performance matches that of Miller's Maxstar 150 series of inverter power sources, and the system is also compatible with a number of accessories - including the TIG Contractor Kit and the Spoolmate 100 Series spool gun for MIG welding aluminum - to provide greater application versatility.
"The multiprocess capabilities, the easy setup, and the multiple power options make this the most versatile portable welding machine on the market today," said Ben Romenesko, product manager, Miller. "The small, lightweight design makes for easy transportation and storage on trucks and trailers, and at 29 pounds it is easily moved around the jobsite as needed."
For more information, visit www.millerwelds.com.
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