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RAZOR MULTI 175 Welder

RAZOR MULTI 175 Welder

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A powerful, professional machine in a portable case, the RAZOR MULTI 175 is perfect for the workshop or the worksite.

  • Quick and easy setup with synergic MIG programs
  • 3-in-1 multi-process machine so you can MIG, TIG & STICK
  • Geared wire drive system for smooth wire feeding
  • A 5-year warranty to reflect our confidence in this machine
MACHINE SPECIFICATIONS
 Primary Input Voltage 240V Single Phase
Supply Plug 15 Amp
Ieff (A) 15.0
Rated Output 30A/15.5V - 175A/22.8V
No Load Voltage (V) 60
Protection Class IP23S
Insulation Class H
Minimum Generator (kVA) 9.0
Dinse Connector 35/50
Standard AS/NZ60974-1
Suitable Material 

MIG: Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminium, Silicon Bronze

TIG: Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Copper, Silicone Bronze

MMA: Mild Steel, Stainless Steel, Cast Iron

Warranty  5 years

  

MIG SPECIFICATIONS
MIG Welding Current Range 30-175A
MIG Duty Cycle @ 40c
25% @ 175A / 60% @ 101A / 100% @ 78A
MIG Wire Size Range 
0.6-1.0mm
MIG Wire Spool Size 
1kg / 5kg
MIG Welding Thickness Range 1-8mm
Drive Roller Size 30/22

 

TIG SPECIFICATIONS
TIG Function Type Trigger Controlled DC Lift Arc
TIG Welding Current Range 5-175A
TIG Duty Cycle @ 40c 25% @ 175A / 60% @ 113A / 100% @ 88A
TIG Welding Thickness Range 
1-6mm

 

 STICK SPECIFICATIONS
STICK Welding Current Range 10-160A
STICK Duty Cycle @ 40c   20% @ 160A / 60% @ 93A / 100% @ 72A
STICK Electrode Range 2.5-4.0mm
STICK Welding Thickness Range 2-10mm

 

SIZE AND WEIGHT
 DIMENSIONS (mm) 560x220x400mm
Weight (kg) 15kg

 

MACHINE FEATURES
Wire Drive
Geared
VRD Yes
Spool Gun Connection
Yes
Foot Control Connection Yes
Burnback Adjustment Yes
Wire Inch Yes
Inductance Control Yes
Thermal Overload Protection Yes

 

Package Contents (U11007K): 

  • RAZOR MULTI 175 Welder
  • 4m M24 Digital MIG Torch
  • 4m Twist Lock Electrode Holder
  • 4m 300 Amp Earth Clamp & Lead
  • Twin Gauge Argon Regulator
  • 1.8m Gas Hose with fittings
  • Operating Manual
  • 0.8-0.9mm V Groove Roller
  • 0.8-0.9mm F Groove Roller
  •  1.0-1.2mm U Groove Roller

Bundle Contents (PK11091): 

  • RAZOR MULTI 175 (U11007K)
  • 4m M24 Digital MIG Torch
  • 4m Twist Lock Electrode Holder
  • 4m 300 Amp Earth Clamp & Lead
  • Twin Gauge Argon Regulator
  • 1.8m Gas Hose with fittings
  • Operating Manual
  • 0.8-0.9mm V Groove Roller
  • 0.8-0.9mm F Groove Roller
  • 1.0-1.2mm U Groove Roller
  • Trade Series Welding Helmet – Dragon (U21027)
  • BINZEL 24 Style Consumable Starter Kit (UMSK24)
  • 15A 2.5mm Heavy Duty Extension Lead 10m (U51006)
  • 0.9mm HYPERCORE T-11 Gasless MIG Wire 4.54kg (U61002)
  • ROGUE Heavy Duty Welding Gloves (UMWG8)
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