A RUGGED MULTI-PROCESS POWER SOURCE FOR MAXIMUM FLEXIBILITY
Out on the construction jobsite or in most fabrication shops, it pays to keep it simple. The Flextec 350X multi-process welder is designed for that kind of environment. These multi-process welders are easy to setup and easy to operate, yet rugged and flexible enough to be used in construction, fabrication, shipbuilding and other heavy-duty applications.
Streamlined operator panel minimizes setup time
Plug in to any 380-600V 3 phase power
Easy process selection
Built on industry proven design elements of other popular Lincoln Electric welders
Components designed to run cool for long life in high temperature environments
Fully encapsulated and environmentally protected electronics
Engineered for outdoor use and harsh environments (IP23 rated)
Compatible with across-the-arc, analog, digital or CrossLinc™ feeders
Premium multi-process arc characteristics works with all DC wire, stick and TIG processes
Choice of models to fit any application and budget
Lightweight and portable
Desert Duty Rated™ for extreme temperatures up to 55°C
VRD® Voltage Reduction Device reduces Open Circuit Voltage for added safety
Offered in 4 and 6 pack rack configurations
Wide 5-425 amperage range
Capable of Arc Gouging with 3/16 in. (4.8 mm) carbons
Full functionality without control cables
Enables remote procedure setting at the feeder to improve weld quality
Increase arc time with fewer trips to the power source to adjust settings
Improves safety by reducing jobsite clutter
CROSSLINC™ TECHNOLOGY: SOLVING SITE WELDING ISSUES
Worker safety, weld quality, productivity and equipment reliability come to mind when welding on site or on large structures. In these environments, it is typical for the operator to work closely with a rugged, compact and lightweight wire feeder, connected to a weather-resistant power source hundreds of feet away. Until now, portable wire feeders have been available in two configurations: basic ‘across-the-arc’ models or portable feeders equipped with an added control cable.
‘Across-the-arc’ models are powered by the weld cable. This configuration provides benefits of fewer cables running back to the power source, but voltage control at the point-of-use is
The addition of a control cable to the system allows the operator to adjust voltage at the point-of-use, but these cables can be costly and add additional complexity to the production environment.
There has to be a better way.