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ESAB to launch new welding products

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ESAB will be exhibiting on stand number A116 in Hall 4 at Industrie Lyon. The exposition will take place from 4 - 7 April 2017 at EUROEXPO LYON, (France), where ESAB will be exhibiting several welding and cutting products.

The company’s product of focus will be its Rebel EMP215iC; a MIG/TIG/Stick welder, a 120 - 230V, CC/CV welding system, providing a true multi-process arc performance, location flexibility, lightweight portability and a operator interface with LCD/TFT display.

The company will also feature its Rebel EMP 235iC and EM235iC.

Alongside the Rebel will be the new SentinelTM A50 helmet. This high performance automatic welding helmet has a new design that incorporates ergonomic headgear and maximum adjustability to increase productivity, functionality and usability. The A50’s features include an adjustable 5 point headgear, a 100 x 60 mm viewing area, an externally activated Grind Button, a colour touch screen control panel and a front loading convex cover lens that comes in different colour options and changes in 10 seconds.

Also being exhibited is the Renegade ES300i MMA (SMAW)/LiveTIG (GTAW) welder. The inverter-based MMA/TIG machine offers extreme power in a compact format. It weighs 15 kg, measures 460 x 200 x 320 mm and produces a top output of 300 amps at 40% duty cycle. Easy-to-grab front, rear and top handles give the operator maximum flexibility for lifting the machine. Operators can easily pass obstacles, climb stairs, pass through manholes and lift the unit onto racks, making Renegade an optimal welding machine for applications such as ship and offshore yards, construction, pipe, repair and maintenance and heavy fabrication.

The MA25 Pulse supported by the AristoMig 4004i, a combination of new and enhanced components, will also be exhibited. ESAB offers the MA25 Pulse panel in two options: an aluminium panel with 30 pre-programmed synergic lines for aluminium wire 0.9 - 1.6 mm or a steel/stainless panel with 54 pre-programmed synergic lines for solid and cored wires 0.8 mm - 1.6 mm. The MA25 control panel uses icons, push buttons and digital displays to simplify use and eliminate language barriers.

To begin pulsed welding, operators select the synergic line for the type of filler wire and gas being used, and the system then provides optimum dynamic arc control. No additional process knowledge is required. The system can automatically adjust for variations in arc length (voltage) and wire feed speed, helping to maintain consistent penetration and weld bead appearance. These functions especially help less experienced or moderately skilled welders produce better results.

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